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LastPass for Android Brings all the power of the desktop plugin

I’ve been using LastPass for, probably about a year now. If you don’t know, it’s a password management tool. For me, it allows me to...

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Google fix 30 minute purchase issue

Google fix 30 minute purchase issue

In the news recently there has been some complaint with regards to the fact that if you were to purchase something in Google Play Store on Android, you...

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SeLinux, the NSAs front door back door??

SeLinux, the NSAs front door back door??

An article on the front of the latest Linux Format caught my attention, it announced “Beat the NSA” I presume the article is going to offer...

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Installing Ubuntu Touch onto Nexus 7 2012 from Fedora 20 (in depth)

Installing Ubuntu Touch onto Nexus 7 2012...

When I started looking at installing Ubuntu onto my rarely used Nexus 7 2012 edition tablet, I hadn’t considered how much of a right pain in the...

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The value of teaching coding at a young age.

by NowSourcing. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.

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Oculus Rift – What’s it good for?

The Oculus Rift has been in developers hands for at least a few months now. Where they have been putting it through its paces to get a feel for what they...

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The downfall of the UK Highstreet.

Is it just me, or if 10 years ago Blockbuster, HMV etc had used their names online to create a digital version of themselves, then they might have held...

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Installing Skype on Fedora 18 Beta

Hello all, I’ve just installed Skype (skype-4.1.0.20-fedora.i586.rpm) on my Fedora 18 Beta version of Linux and I thought I’d share the dependencies...

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4th Generation Nexus Phone to be Intel Based

There are strong suggestions around that Google will be using an Intel based platform for their next Nexus phone. I can’t see them making a much...

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Odd Galaxy Nexus Data Usage Bug

I saw on a screenshot from a Galaxy S2 a dotted line predicting data usage based on current usage which I’d not seen on my Galaxy Nexus. I had a...

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