Key Windows 10 Anti-Malware Tech Critically Broken

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Windows 10 is supposed to include support for memory address randomization techniques that stop certain kinds of malware. Unfortunately, that protection isn’t currently working.

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What Happened to the Tech Job Boom?

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The optimism of the 1990s supposed whatever disruptions to existing industries – and their workers – new technologies would bring, the growth in employment in the companies driving the new economy would make up for it. It hasn’t quite worked out that way.

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Latest Windows 10 update erases Word customizations, can break Edge, Outlook, File Explorer

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Microsoft’s latest cumulative update for Windows 10 was supposed to improve wireless connectivity, but it introduced some substantial bugs as well.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/219908-latest-windows-10-update-erases-word-customizations-can-break-edge-outlook-file-explorer

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Joyride on a jetpack: Taking to the 'skies' over Paris

By the early 21st century, we were supposed to be living in a futuristic utopia, with robots to do our chores and flying saucers to drive us to work — if you believe in the soothsaying powers of “The Jetsons,” that is.

The original article can be found here: http://rss.cnn.com/~r/rss/cnn_tech/~3/ag4ct2a2SrY/index.html

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Is your Internet service fast enough for streaming?

Despite the high price you’re paying for what’s supposed to be blazingly fast Internet service, has your Netflix started streaming as slowly as a three-toed sloth?

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/06/17/is-your-internet-service-fast-enough-for-streaming/

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iPhone 4S users rejoice: Apple iOS 9 to be optimized for older devices

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In theory, the release of a new OS version from Apple is supposed to be a reason to cheer, but if you own anything but the latest hardware, that’s rarely been the case — until now.

Supposedly the upcoming iOS 9 will be explicitly tested on older hardware — which should enable much higher levels of overall performance. Hopefully this will put an end to the days of iOS rendering older devices disagreeably slow come upgrade time.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/206492-iphone-4s-users-rejoice-apple-ios-9-to-be-optimized-for-older-devices

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Apple to release super-high resolution 'iMac 8K' later this year, display partner LG says

In a rather unusual reveal, a supposed “iMac 8K” has been outed in a press release that was published by Apple display supplier LG, suggesting the all-in-one desktop will get an even higher resolution screen this year.



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Apple eyeing electric car production by 2020, report says

Adding to a firestorm of rumors surrounding Apple’s supposed electric car project, a report on Thursday claims the Cupertino tech giant is gunning for a manufacturing start date of 2020.



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Apple tries to close iPhone 6 Plus 'bend-gate' as fashionistas come to grips with larger iPhones

Apple on Thursday responded to the the flood of criticism leveled at the supposed ease with which the jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus bends during normal use, saying that just nine customers have complained about such an issue, while fashion-conscious consumers have once again proven that Apple can’t please everyone.



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Apple reportedly wrangles lower credit card transaction fees for mobile payments rollout

Adding to rumors regarding Apple’s supposed mobile payments solution, a report on Thursday claims the Cupertino tech giant has managed to negotiate lower transaction fees from five credit card issuing banks.



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Microscopic analysis, iOS 8 code point to new 4.7-inch 'iPhone 6' display resolutions

Adding to the pile of supposed “iPhone 6″ parts leaks, a report out of Russia claims to have put a display bound for Apple’s 4.7-inch handset under the microscope, while new code discovered in Xcode suggests at least one new iPhone model will carry a 1,472-by-828-pixel resolution.



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Analyst: Apple could equip 5.5" 'iPhone 6' with more powerful processor than 4.7" model

As the supposed September unveiling of Apple’s next-generation iPhone lineup draws nearer, at least one Wall Street analyst believes that the component makeup of the rumored 5.5-inch and 4.7-inch “iPhone 6″ variants will diverge when it comes to their application processors and touch modules.



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Waving goodbye to gestures

Gesture recognition was supposed to be the way we would all interact with computers someday. But things aren’t looking too bright for the futuristic interface, with two significant products recently waving goodbye to the technology.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/06/20/waving-goodbye-to-gestures/

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Video shows purported 'iPhone 6' case fits 6.1mm-thick iPod touch 'exactly'

After a supposed “leak” and comparison video, a case purportedly built for Apple’s iPhone 6 has been tested against a current generation iPod touch with surprising similarities including near-exact thickness and correct volume control placement.



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