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Gadget lust o' the week: Fantastic audio with Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS

The Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS will make your ears happy.
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Tue, 04/15/14 - 6:35pm.

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App o' the Week: Flowboard for better presentations

iPad-based editing, clean design, and ease of use make Flowboard a presentation superstar
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Sat, 04/12/14 - 7:32pm.

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Looks like maybe the NSA did know about Heartbleed ...

Bloomberg sources say NSA knew about Heartbleed for two years
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Fri, 04/11/14 - 6:41pm.

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Why is Heartbleed like bananas and did the NSA know?

In biological and computer ecologies, monoculture is a bad idea ... unless you're a hacker or the NSA
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Fri, 04/11/14 - 12:30am.

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When crowdfunding goes bad; the story of ZionEyez

2,106 backers of ZionEyez are righteously and justifiably angry; they got fleeced
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Thu, 04/10/14 - 8:04pm.

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Bluetooth Audio; UberBuds, meh; Kinivo, yay!

Not all Bluetooth audio products make the grade.
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Wed, 04/09/14 - 1:27am.

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Want to be Bond or Snowden? Swann's HD RemoteCam is for you

Looking like a car remote control key fob the Swann HD RemoteCam is stealthy and cool
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Tue, 04/08/14 - 9:14pm.

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50 ways to leave your lover? Twitter makes that 51

Heavy Twitter use is not good for romantic relationships
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Mon, 04/07/14 - 9:53pm.

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Using delay lines as computer memory

Tubes of mercury, huge loops of fiber optic cable, lasers and the moon ... and how about ICMP echo requests?
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Fri, 04/04/14 - 2:10am.

Computer memories were once far more exotic than today's neat, tiny rows of chips. 

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Tufin, defeating IT's Iron Triangle

Tufin's IT orchestration offers fast, cheap, and safe provisioning
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Fri, 03/28/14 - 6:41pm.

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Zoom IQ5: Great sound recorder, small package, low price

Why carry around a sound recording device when a small iPhone add-on can do the job?
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Fri, 03/28/14 - 4:11pm.

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Cyber black markets on darknets: More profitable than the illegal drug trade.

RAND Corporation analyzes the markets for cybercrime
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Tue, 03/25/14 - 10:57pm.

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I'm from security, may I see your earwax?

Earwax and underarm odor can say a lot about you
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Tue, 03/25/14 - 4:49pm.

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VMware Fusion upgrade: Lousy error message and a restart?!

As slick as VMware Fusion is, it has some weird issues
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Tue, 03/25/14 - 3:54pm.

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OpenSignal shows why your cell service sucks

Crowdsourcing makes it easy to see how good cell service really is, or isn't
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Sat, 03/22/14 - 7:11pm.

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Bitvore, mining the data you can't for business intelligence

Business intelligence from Bitvore digs wide and deep
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Sat, 03/22/14 - 1:34am.

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Claim your slice of the $200MM DRAM settlement

If you bought gear with DRAM between 1998 and 2002 you could get compensation
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Sat, 03/15/14 - 3:51pm.

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Dilbert creator launches calendaring service

CalendarTree gets around the problem of users with different calendar apps
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Sat, 03/15/14 - 3:01pm.

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Fluke launches affordable Ethernet tester

The LinkSprinter Ethernet tester gets 5 out of 5
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Thu, 03/13/14 - 12:03pm.

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OS X tool of the week: PhotoResize

Small, fast, cheap, and effective, PhotoResize is a great tool
Submitted by Mark Gibbs on Wed, 03/12/14 - 8:16pm.

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