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Steve Ballmer is out at Microsoft

In a public exchange of letters, the former Microsoft CEO announced that he is stepping down from the software company’s board, effective immediately. Current Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella thanked Ballmer for his service to the firm, and for his “support” during his early days as CEO. The Ballmer era is over. Ballmer’s letter is worth … Continue reading

Microsoft considering new name for Internet Explorer

In an “Ask Me Anything” chat on Reddit last week, engineers from Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team fielded questions about the world’s most infamous Web browser. Answering a question about whether Microsoft ever considered “rebranding and changing the name of Internet Explorer,” the team conceded that it has — and is. “It’s been suggested internally,” the … Continue reading

Watch Out: This Facebook Scam Exploits Robin Williams’ Death for Clicks

The look of the fraudulent Facebook post. (Tom’s Guide) Have you seen Facebook posts claiming to link to a video message that actor Robin Williams made before his death earlier this week? Do not click on it — the video does not exist. The post was created by scammers looking to make a quick buck off … Continue reading

To Your Health: Intel Inside Your Headphones

Intel on Friday announced it is working with rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s SMS Audio to develop earbuds that will monitor users’ heart rates. The SMS Audio BioSport In-Ear Headphones will have an earhook and will be powered by the user’s smartphone. They will be sweat- and water-resistant. The earbuds will be available from SMS … Continue reading

iPhone is the most secure smart phone with highest level of core security protocols.

While Android phones are constantly targeted by cybercriminals, the iPhone is considered more secure. Now, leaked documents from one of the world’s leading surveillance companies have reaffirmed the idea. As spotted by the Washington Post, a leaked document from Gamma Group, a secretive seller of surveillance tools, emerged on the Internet last week. Hosted on … Continue reading

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