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Windows 8’s Windows Store Hits The 100,000 App Milestone As It Gains Momentum | PCWorld

Microsoft is encouraging software developers to produce apps for it’s new Windows 8 Windows Store.

 
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Your Best Bets For Finding Wi-Fi On Domestic Flights | TechHive

The best airlines and flight routes to get Wi-Fi internet access.

 
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Windows 8.1 Preview Released: 8 New Features Coming to Microsoft’s New OS – ABC News

Microsoft released a preview yesterday of their forthcoming Windows 8.1, which will be publicly available later this year. Some key new features are being added, including the return of the Start Button and an option to boot straight to the desktop.

 
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Tips For Preventing Malware Infection

The old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”, is very true when dealing with the countless present day malware threats circulating throughout the internet landscape, seeking a home in your computer. Malware is a general term for the whole gamut of undesirable software programs including viruses, worms, rootkits, trojan horses,

 
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Security Vulnerabilities Discovered In Adobe Reader And Flash Player

Adobe has released critical updates for Adobe Reader and Flash player that address recently discovered security vulnerabilities.  These vulnerabilities can cause the application or system to crash when a victim inadvertently visits a website serving malicious flash content or opens a malicious PDF file, and then potentially allow an attacker to take control of their

 
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