5 reasons you need a VPN

Even if you don't think you're being tracked online, you are. Your internet service provider (ISP) can see everything you do. While there probably isn't a guy at Time Warner Cable sitting in a corner office watching your every move,

The Always Up-to-Date Guide to Streaming Blocked Content Overseas

Regardless of which end of whatever pond you’re on, region blocked content is annoying. Whether you’re an ex-pat looking to watch reruns of The Wonder Years, or you’re hankering for a dose of Dr. Who, here’s the best (and easiest) way to get that content.Read more...

How to Move On When a Service You Love Shuts Down

Nothing’s more heartbreaking than when one of your favorite services—one you rely on every day—announces it’s shutting down. It’s a pain, but you don’t have to just accept it. Here’s how you can find a replacement that doesn’t suck.Read more...

What to Do When Someone Gets Unauthorized Access to Your Computer

We don't like to think about it, but it can happen: whether by hacking or by theft, someone can get access to your computer and everything on it. When the unthinkable happens, here's how to pick up the pieces.Read more...

6 Reasons to Use Plex to Create Your Own Personal Netflix

Plex is a free software package for your computer that lets you stream your local movie or music files to other devices free of charge. Read more...

Five Computer Security Myths, Debunked by Experts

We're no strangers to helping you secure your computer, but there are some computer security myths and stories that keep getting passed around, even though they're clearly not true. We sat down with a few computer security experts to separate fact from fiction.Read more...

How to smoothly migrate from Windows Server 2003: 12 best practices outlined

We’ve got a heap of good advice straight from the trenches when it comes to the reality of migrating from Windows Server 2003, an OS which is now on death row.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/10/11/how-to-smoothly-migrate-from-windows-server-2003-12-best-practices-outlined/

Q&A with Brian Azzopardi: How can businesses control employee usage of the web?

Businesses are facing new and difficult challenges with staff making use of public cloud services – so how can they best monitor and control such activity?Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/07/17/qa-with-brian-azzopardi-how-can-enterprises-control-employee-usage-of-the-web/

These are the new features in Windows Phone 8.1

China Tried To Get World Internet Conference Attendees To Ratify This Ridiculous Draft Declaration

This week, China hosted its first World Internet Conference in Wuzhen. Late yesterday night, the events’ organizers made a pro-forma attempt to get attendees to approve a draft declaration by slipping it under their hotel room doors. TechCrunch has obtained a copy of the document,

UK Emergency Surveillance Law Criticized For Being Overly Broad, Vague And Draconian

Late last week it emerged that the UK government intended to railroad emergency surveillance legislation through Parliament just before the summer recess — meaning members of parliament would not be able to properly scrutinise the law.

This massive fried rice prank turned into a great Photoshop battle

Twitter has always loved to ride the wave of internet culture. And this wave is certainly a big one. Originating with the popular Japanese channel Mizutamari Bond, YouTuber Kanta created a prank video featuring an artificial giant fried rice wave, which he claims cost approximately $3,938.00. 

Mark Zuckerberg killed a goat and served it to Jack Dorsey... cold

Mark Zuckerberg had Jack Dorsey over for dinner and it was somehow even more weird than you might expect.When asked about his most "memorable encounter" with Zuckerberg, Dorsey revealed that not only did Zuckerberg once invite him over for an (undercooked) goat dinner,

'Vane' is a terrible video game, but you should play it anyway

The following is a spoiler-free review for Vane.Sometimes a bad experience is still worth having.Vane, a highly hyped indie release from developer Friend & Foe, hit gaming platforms last week only to be met with a resounding and less-than-complimentary "pass" from players.

Major corporations are bracing for climate change

From Coca-Cola to Apple, a new report shows the ways major corporations are preparing to lose — and gain — profit in a world of extreme weather. Read more...More about Apple, Disney, Mashable Video, Climate Change, and Business

House hunting apps make me want to gouge my eyes out

When I turned 33-years-old, I decided it was time for me to become a "real adult" and do things real adults do — eat meals at a table, learn what a stock is, and maybe even buy a house.The former goals were what I could foreseeably accomplish, the latter was what I wanted most of all.

Amazon's drones still aren't here, but this little robot is now delivering packages

Clear the sidewalks, Amazon's new delivery bot Scout is coming through.The Prime bot, which looks like a light blue cooler on six wheels, started delivering packages Wednesday in Snohomish County, north of Seattle. 

Spotify debuts new 'mute' feature

If there is an artist you don't want to hear on Spotify, you can now block them on the streaming service. Read more...More about Features, Spotify, Mashable Video, Artists, and Mute

Modern tech with vintage vibes: Save $40 on this retro-looking Bluetooth speaker

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission.Don't get us wrong: We're grateful to be living in the iAge.

Beyond Nest: The best smart home thermostats to keep you comfy all year

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission.When hunting for the best smart thermostat for your home,

The Samsung Galaxy S9 may have stereo speakers and 3D emoji

Samsung's upcoming smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S9, will have some significant upgrades over the Galaxy S8, according to ETNews (via Android Authority). SEE ALSO:

8点1氪晚间版:我就是要就比你多一块,你咬我呀!

快的打车和嘀嘀打车在不断升级的补贴大战中,终于在今天达到高潮的时候,我只想这么说一句:疯了,全都疯了。自古鏖战,成王败寇,没人知道也不想知道“同情”是为何物。

国产高性能桌面录屏软件LiveView1.0正式发布 - 湖中鱼

即时桌面录屏软件LiveView1.0正式发布,官方下载地址:ifenlan.com。LiveView 是一款简单易用的桌面全屏录制软件,使用 H264 即时编码压缩成 MP4 文件,同时支持声音同步录制。

IDC:2013年Q4全球外部磁盘存储系统营总额为69亿美元

去年第四季度,EMC在外部地盘存储系统市场继续保持领先,在外部磁盘存储系统四场的份额从2012年第四季度的30.7%增加到2013年第四季度32.9%。而IBM则仍然是市场中第二大供应商,不过同比营收份额已经从14.9%下降到13.0%。

Silicon Valley Fights Order To Pay Bigger Settlement In Tech Talent Hiring Case

The Washington Post carries a story from the Associated Press that says the big companies hit hardest by Judge Lucy Koh's ruling in the "No Poaching" case have not suprisingly appealed that ruling, which found that a proposed settlement of $324.5 million to a class-action lawsuit was too low.

What Is the Outernet and Is It the Future of the Internet?

For 60 percent of the world's population, regular internet access is about as common as flying cars. Nearly 5 billion people today lack basic internet access either because they live in remote, rural areas or due to restrictive censorship on the part of the local government.Read more...

苹果新专利:让iDevice对空间进行激光测绘

根据外媒 PatentlyApple 最新报道称,美国专利商标局今天公布了苹果公司获得的一项全新技术专利。

剧透:苹果发布会前爆料预览

YoleDéveloppement:预计2019年UV LED市场规模达5.2亿美元

UV LED固化将继续占领油墨、胶粘剂和涂料等行业,报告中提到,到2018年,UV LED也将在UVC杀菌和净化方面得到应用,因此,UV LED业务有望从2014年的约9000万美元增长到2019年的至少5.2亿美元。

苹果驳 “iOS 8 占空间过大” 诉讼:毫无证据

威锋网讯 3 月 27 日消息,苹果于本周三向美国地方法院递交了一份文件,该公司在文件中驳回了早前针对 iOS 8“具有误导性信息”的集体诉讼。

Limited Too will make a glittery return to life in 2016

The Limited Too, the source of tween fashion and joy for over two decades, is back in fashion.The store, which launched as a tween offshoot of The Limited in 1987 and closed its doors in 2008,

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