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Internet Explorer Zero Day Exploit Puts Users at Risk

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Microsoftt has identified an Internet Explorer zero day exploit. A problem for all, but the first of many vulnerabilities for Windows XP. Read more here.
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The Future of Dating

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Think you can't date and multi-task? The Double Robotics Telepresence lets you do just that! It's the new face of dating.
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Dino Londis: How to Optimize Your Windows Migration

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Windows XP: Let optimized deployment work for you. Dino Londis on how to build your Windows migration strategy.
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The $7.99 Wire Management Solution

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In the age of wireless, why do we still have so many wires snaking behind our furniture? Here's a low-cost, low-tech and elegant solution to hide your wire.
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Google Doodle: If I Could Invent One Thing to Make the World a Better Place …

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K-12 students, this is your chance to draw a Google Doodle. The topic: If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place … In addition to winning a $30,000 scholarship and a $50,000 grant for your school, you get to work with a team at Google to bring your doodle to life. It's the 2014 Doodle 4 Google competition.
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Password Crazy: Beginner’s Guide to Thwarting Hackers infographic

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Our Dino Londis presents the beginner's guide to thwarting hackers infographic. Here's why hackers want passwords, how they get them and why they want them.
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Santa Claus Cartoon: Add Your Caption Below

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Santa's had a long, long night delivering toys for all the good children of the world. What's he doing in this cartoon? Make your own caption, and read what a few of our aNewDomain writers and readers (you) came up with.
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Top Five Tech Gifts: Our Holiday Wish List

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Here's a quickie list of five top tech gifts aNewDomain's staff says you should gift yourself. It's the aNewDomain wish list. Want to add to it? Email me -- I'm Dino@aNewDomain.net.
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Dino Londis: On the Rise of Native Advertising

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Native advertising is coming to a media outlet near you -- do you recognize it when you see it? Dino Londis tells us what to watch for.
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USA Then and Now

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aNewDomain.net — Anyone remember when three channels was pretty darn good reception on your teevee? What about that brand new Cadillac that cost $6,000? Remember when Betamax came out and only wealthy people had such an amazing movie-showing system in their homes? Those people had an outrageous number of home movies back then, perhaps 12. […]
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Customer Service: Top 10 Survival Skills You Need to Survive the Sharks (infographic)

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aNewDomain.net — Putting customer service on the back burner is an excellent way to sink your business. Customers today want to be informed and connected with the product and brand they use. They want an updated website, prevalent social presence and knowledgeable staff. Customer service is the final frontier of creating and keeping clients. Algorithms […]
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Dino Londis: Windows 8.1, Quicker Upgrade Cycles, the Google Threat

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aNewDomain.net – When Microsoft releases Windows 8.1  – the final is due possibly this month – it will be a milestone moment for the tech leader. Until now, Microsoft has always had the luxury of releasing a new operating system every three or four years, and the luxury of turning each release into an event. The leap from Windows 3 […]
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Wearable Tech: Happiness is a Warm Hug Shirt

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Wearable tech is now here. But it's been a long-time dream of gadget enthusiasts dating back to the 1970s.
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Dino Londis: Intel Haswell Chip for Win 8 Devices, Haswell vs. Sandy Bridge (analysis)

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Intel's new Haswell low-power, souped up graphics 22nm CPU tech will improve battery life on Windows 8 devices, Intel execs confirm. Check out deep dive analysis on this chip -- and how this 22nm tech works. It's going well beyond Ivy Bridge/Sandy Bridge tech, Intel says, though it shares the 22nm packet size. At the micro level, it's a whole new ballgame at the transistor and data flow levels ... here's why.
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Dino Londis: The New Obsolescense and Accelerating Moore’s Law

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Moore's Law, which predicts that computers get twice as fast and cost half as much every 18 months, is accelerating. Here's why it matters. Obsolescence.
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Dino Londis: On Avatars and Telecommuting

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aNewDomain.net—Telecommuting is on the rise. In April 2010, Inc. Magazine  found that if employees worked from home half the time, they stood to gain back 100 lost productivity hours. Employees enjoyed working remotely, too, except for one thing. They missed the day-to-day interactions with fellow employees. Avatars are an intriguing way to augment the remote experience and […]
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Chess By Post: Freeware You Can Rook To, Beats Chess with Friends Hands Down

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I've tried a lot of chess apps and online chess games. The best yet? Chess by Post. It's great freeware for more reasons than I have pawns. Here are a few.
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Microsoft Surface Touch Cover vs Type Cover: No Contest

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It's almost criminal. To get real work done in MS office, you need a real keyboard. Not a touch keyboard. If you're looking at the Touch Cover vs Type Cover issue, just pay the extra $10 for the latter. Microsoft should be including hard keyboards in the base price -- until it does or there's a more viable option, here's the way to go ...
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Google Glass Contest: Write 50 Words, Pay 1500 Bills and Call Yourself Lucky

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It's marketing genius and just a little bit scary. We bet there will be plenty of takers on the just-announced Google essay contest --you write 50 words to convince Google to let you be in its consumer testing group, post it all over the place and you pay $1,500 if you win. Then you're in a testing group. Take a look at the rules.
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IT Guy vs Stupid Sales Guy Video, Viewer Discretion Advised

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It's a bit ... ribald. But man, if you're an IT guy, it's hard not to love the IT Guy vs Stupid Sales Guy video. Strong language. Viewer discretion advised.
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