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I fly the 737 for a living, so I watched the video embedded in the linked CNBC story with some considerable interest. As I suspected before I hit pla...
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Over the years I have had three MJs because they would die for some reason and rather than waiting for Customer Service to send a replacement, I would...
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You have it right Gary in SE Wisconsin why would Google want to improve Voice when it was so simple to use the way it was especially for us Seniors ho...
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You can likely guess the thoughts of those of us taking cautionary stances on the latest land-based, self-driving vehicles that are always in the news...
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gg pence: Thanks much for your excellent comments. They give all of us something to think about if this idiotic idea is ever attempted. ...
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Comment by A on Disqus: Bad for Public Discourse? (May 24, 2017 04:25 PM)
I also just read the comment above mine, and I have a question for @David Hodges. Say you were at a cocktail party, having a wide range of interestin...
Comment by David on 5-Point Tuneup For Hacker Defenses (May 24, 2017 03:58 PM)
Phil, VLC is a good viewer, and I haven't heard anything unsafe about it....
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Geekly Update - 19 February 2014

What would you do if your laptop or smartphone suddenly became 1000 times faster? Why are neighborhood dogs protesting a new technology that improves Internet security? And why are robots generating 60 percent of all Web traffic? Get answers to these burning questions, and the scoop on the latest tech news, in this edition of the Geekly Update. It's guaranteed to make you 146% smarter. Read, think and comment!

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Fake Anti-Spyware Programs

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Best Spyware Protection

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Removing Winfixer Popups

I've been getting those very annoying Winfixer popups. My popup blocker is set to High. I have Ad-Aware, Spybot Search & Destroy and even Microsoft AntiSpyware. But no matter what I try they keep coming back. I’ve searched for help on removing Winfixer, but all the info I found is too technical for me. Can you help?

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