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The future commute, from self-driving autos to flying city vehicles
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Whether you use a VPN for privacy or Modern Family, Netflix’s recent VPN crackdown is blocking more and more users from their binge watching needs. Should you try to get around it?
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Just how much data is there about you online? Before you answer that, think about the slew ofsocial media networks, Continue reading
Originally published at Techlicious.com Internet users are pushing back against the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) initiative, a Continue reading
The iPhone 5 might have been a letdown (albeit a thinner, lighter one), but I still think Passbook, the most Continue reading