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Microsoft Drops Groove Music Pass Sending Customers To Spotify

Groove Music has had a short, troubled life. It started out as Zune Music, but Microsoft bought it in 2012, promptly rebranding it as Xbox Music before changing its name again to ...

ATMs Continue To Be Huge Target For Hackers

Hackers are the new bank robbers in a very literal sense. Increasingly, hackers have taken to infiltrating bank networks specifically for the purpose of infecting ATMs attached to their network with malicious ...

Glass May Replace Aluminum In Future Spinning Hard Drives

Manufacturers of hard disks are in trouble and they know it. They have been since the development of SSDs, and as these newer disks grow in capacity and continue to see their ...

Malware Is Being Loaded On Computers To Mine For CryptoCurrencies

Since the development of BitCoin, cyrptocurrencies have seen a tremendous surge in popularity. In fact, in recent months, the value of all the major cryptocurrencies currently available has spiked, fueling even greater ...

New MicroSD Card Can Hold Up To 400GB Of Data

Technophiles rejoice! SanDisk has just announced a new 400GB microSD card, which is good news for just about everyone. Let’s face it, even if you’re not a technophile, you probably hate the ...

Are LED Lights Going To Be The Next Wi-Fi?

Would modern life even be possible without Wi-Fi? There are many who don’t think so, and you may be one of them. One of the biggest problems with it, though, is that ...

New Bill May Help Secure Internet-Connected Devices

“Sometimes the wheel turns slowly, but it turns.” That quote, made famous by Lorne Michaels, certainly applies in the case of the government’s involvement in securing internet-connected devices. By now, almost everyone ...

Study Shows High Percentage Of People Would Disclose Info For Savings

Smart device manufacturers are learning a lesson that most internet-based service companies know very well. At least half of the consumer market is willing to trade their personal information, and trade it ...

Disney Apps May Have Collected, Tracked Kids’ Information

It’s not often that you read the words “Disney” and “trouble,” in the same sentence, but the company’s reputation is taking a big hit, thanks to a class-action lawsuit recently filed in ...

New USB Standard Will Double The Speed

Despite getting off to a somewhat rocky start, USB Type-C cables have been a boon to computer users everywhere by providing bidirectional transfer capabilities, which essentially gives Type-C cables two “lanes” to ...