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3 Reasons Your Website Will Never Be Finished

Say, I’ve got some news for you: Your company’s website will never be finished. You will never sit back, breathe a sigh of relief, and say, “Finally! We’ve got this thing wrapped up; now we can move onto other things.” That is, this will never happen if you’re

Best gap year tech: from Torino to Tokyo, these gadgets will help you have a great time

If you’re planning a gap year or packing for the trip of a lifetime, you’ll want to cram as many creature comforts into your backpack as possible, not to mention some tech on which to record and share some phenomenal views and bragging rights. We’re rounded up

How LinkedIn will invade Windows and Office

It’ll soon become harder to avoid LinkedIn’s messages if you use Office or Windows. Microsoft has revealed how it will start to integrate LinkedIn into its own email and other platforms, after European authorities approved its acquisition of the professional social network. Following the approval, Microsoft CEO

Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Charging Grip Will Be Sold Separately

It’s come to light that the Joy-Con Grip, included in the $300 Nintendo Switch launch bundle, doesn’t let you charge your controllers while you play. Instead, you will need a separately sold Joy-Con Charging Grip, which costs $30 (about Rs. 2,000). The standard Joy-Con Grip is merely

Windows 10 Will Not Be Free For Enterprise?

Microsoft’s free upgrade offer for Windows 10 expired on July 29. Windows 10 Home currently costs $120, Windows 10 Pro costs $200 and upgrading from Windows 10 Home to Pro costs $100. Enterprise customers pay by volume pricing. Back in January of 2015, Microsoft’s Terry Myerson revealed

New Ethernet standards will offer up to 5Gbps performance using cables you already own

Consumer Ethernet performance has been stuck at gigabit speeds for nearly 20 years. Apple was the first company to ship gigabit Ethernet in motherboards. Intel’s 875P chipset popularized the feature in the PC market by connecting the Ethernet controller to the northbridge, thereby offering improved performance. Thirteen

This security threat has hit almost half of UK businesses and it will get worse

A new piece of research has found that approaching half of all businesses have been hit by aransomware attack over the last year. The study from Malwarebytes questioned over 500 IT leaders from companies across the UK and Germany, as well as Canada and the US, and

Twitter will livestream the ‘Suicide Squad’ NYC premiere

After livestreaming the Democratic National Convention, Wimbledon andMLB and NHL games, Twitter is diving into the entertainment space with a stream of the Suicide Squad red carpet premiere in NYC. It’ll kick off at 6 PM tonight from the Beacon Theater, Variety reports,and the stream itself will

Android will tell you when new devices access your Google account

If you have a Google account, few things are more disconcerting than getting a notice that an unfamiliar device just got access… especially when you only got the notice while checking your email considerably later. You might not miss that vital heads-up after today, though. Google isintroducing

How Will Facebook’s New Algorithm Impact Candidate and Advocacy Group Pages?

Last week Facebook announced that it had once again updated its News Feed algorithm, this time to prioritize our friends’ profile posts over Page posts. What this means is that posts from Pages will be pushed further down on your News Feed, making it less likely you’ll see