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  2. The Windows Store is being rebranded to Microsoft Store

    And it was at this point that the word 'store' started looking funny to me.
  3. New Rig Build $2500 Maybe Little Bit More

    Hello there guys, I didn't wanted to started another thread on this but I wanted to let you guys know what I am going with. Thanks again for all your time and help on this. You guys provided a lot of useful information and what you see below is what I have put together with all your information and all the information from Online. CPU: Intel - Core i7-7820X 3.6GHz 8-Core Processor CPU Cooler: NZXT - Kraken X62 Rev 2 98.2 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler Motherboard: Asus - PRIME X299-A ATX LGA2066 Motherboard Memory: G.Skill - Trident Z RGB 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 Memory Storage: Samsung - 960 EVO 250GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive Storage: Samsung - 850 EVO-Series 500GB 2.5" Solid State Drive Video Card: Asus - GeForce GTX 1070 8GB STRIX Video Card Case: Corsair - 760T White V2 ATX Full Tower Case Power Supply: Corsair - 750W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply Optical Drive: LG - WH14NS40 Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer Case Fan: Corsair - HD120 RGB 3-Pack w/Controller 54.4 CFM 120mm Fans Keyboard: Corsair - K70 LUX RGB Wired Gaming Keyboard Thanks All Josh
  4. great way to transmit the common cold, influenza, and mono.
  5. Total Commander 9.10 Beta 1

    PathFinder is another one, but I use Forklift 3 myself.
  6. uTorrent

    The easiest way (by far) to disable ads in uTorrent: (Just a small tip to those who don't know this tool)
  7. The Windows Store is being rebranded to Microsoft Store

    when you have a failing product, some people thinking that re-branding will change that.
  8. Also, YouTube for Apple TV 2K wont deliver 4K encoded video.
  9. Uber CEO puts London ban down to bad reputation

    Geee, I wonder who's fault it is they got themselves a bad reputation, and how that happened...
  10. Anything with an active NIC is targeted by hackers.
  11. US government confirms election systems were targeted by hackers in 21 states by Muhammad Jarir Kanji Image credit: Reuters While federal officials had suspected foreign meddling in the 2016 elections for some time, this Friday marked the first time the Department of Homeland security officially contacted the 21 states that they believe were the targets of such activity. Though the names of the states were not explicitly mentioned by DHS, upon further probing by the Associated Press, officials from the states of Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin confirmed they were among those notified. Despite being targeted, most of these states were not subject to a loss or manipulation of information and it would seem that the hacking activity was mostly resigned to preliminary reconnaissance with systems remaining mostly uncompromised, except in Illinois where hackers were able to breach the voter systems. The announcement was met with some criticism by states, which bemoaned the long delay between the first public statements by the DHS indicating activity of this nature and the official announcements to the respective states this Friday, many of whom only found out they were subject to hacking attempts at this point. Officials from California, Wisconsin, and Virginia noted that despite repeated requests for confirmation on whether their state had been affected, federal officials had provided little information till now, emphasizing the need for real-time sharing of such information so that states may shore up their cyber defenses in a timely manner. Source: Associated Press
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  13. Unboxing and hands on with Apple's iPhone 8 Plus

    That was a great video with great commentary, thanks. Sometimes I get the feeling that NeoWin hates Apple and Apple users but thats more about some of the people commenting here.
  14. Uber CEO puts London ban down to bad reputation

    This like any other service when they try taking down the prices to rock bottom levels. Sure, most of the time it'll be fine - But for the driver and the passenger there are less layers of protection and security so when something does go wrong, it goes wrong badly. This is happening everywhere, 'the more, better, cheaper' mantra exists in all levels of our life, cutting out quality of the service. Shame really, technology should provide some savings but the service should be better. Uber got greedy, making the employees 'self-employeed' so it didn't have to bother with sick pay or holidays, until they got taken to court. To me, they lost it on their own merit.
  15. on my crapcast i can easily do 2-4tb a month...
  16. You can download with Netflix now. can I transfer it from device to device?
  17. Take a look at what goes into an Apple iPhone launch

    You should let her know, send her a tweet or something.
  18. No, Vinyl does not sound better than CD, it would break the laws of physics if it did and no one was comparing Vinyl to mp3 or m4a or aac or any other compressed media format.
  19. *scratches head* yeah that's why so many big companies are using it now for internal development projects
  20. Zzzzzzzzzzz... Oh, what, oops, sorry. That gradually fading echo of the opinion that AR is somehow less capable than VR always lulls me to sleep. who said AR is less capable? I love when people put words in other peoples mouths... AR is a completely different thing then VR... VR has always had a lot of hype behind it since the 80s/90s movies pushed it big.. .AR is something new but its a lot more available then VR... Its easier to try AR then it is VR just because of cost... hence what I said... people want to try VR but many cant... but AR is more around so people get to see it more and that's when stuff dies out faster like 3D TV... it got so market saturated people stopped caring about it
  21. Chrome should never have provided content developers the opportunity to have such uncontrolled access to this type of freedom; it's just as bad a spam in my email turning into physical spam in my physical mailbox, to stop that I have to actually request my post office stop distributing unsolicited mail to my mailbox. It's also just as bad as TV stations using valuable real estate on my TV screen by showing the station icon in the lower right corner and also flashing periodic adds and upcoming programming; I know what channel I'm watching - I turn to the channels! I can find out what else is coming on that channel - it's called the TV guide built into my receiver. I also have ZERO interest in your adds - if I want something, I'll go buy it! This all started with what I believe to be an agreement between Internet service providers who cap users and the big content providers such as Google, Facebook, yahoo, Microsoft, Apple and Android holding users hostage by forcing content to play so that usages would go up and users would be forced to figure out how to limit or stop it if those options are possible depending on the platform and that's just wrong! The point of this spear may very well have actually been AdChoices with no way to disable its ability to hijack my browsers (Chrome, IE & Edge as well Firefox. Not sure of others as I have not used them). It's now everywhere and I see no viable or practical way for it to end; all the above make way too much money at my expense!
  22. New Ryzen Build

    It hardly "kills" Ryzen parts in gaming, in fact unless the gamer is in the 1% of people that play above 100HZ, they aren't going to notice a shred of difference. I upgraded from a 2700K to a 1700X and it handles my gaming needs just fine.
  23. Uber CEO puts London ban down to bad reputation

    If Silicon valley did an Uber ban because of its true bad reputation and business ethics, I'm sure the SF company would start to change. Yesterday, Uber charged me $16 for what is normally a $4 trip. I've been taking that trip every Friday for the past 3 years, at the same time and the journey lasted about the same length. Those rectum orifices refused to refund me $12. And before anyone starts saying the app show you the cost before the journey, no it doesn't when you call it from the Apple Watch. Also, even if it did, the $12 price hike is unjustified.
  24. Oh the sun rises in the morning, now theres an excuse for a 10% price hike if ever I saw one.
  25. Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II now available

    Thanks for the article. Can you also do a review for Rowkin Bit earbuds??
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