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Hotmail, Gmail or something elseview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – So - I can't decide which service to use. Both have pluses and minuses. I kinda like Hotmails new look, but is it good idea to use Hotmail on Linux, because it is ment for using on windows (integration with windows 8, skydrive utility so on). Things I don't like about Gmail is that it has privacy issues and it works best with Android phones. (Hardware)

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Splashtop 2 HD for Android Tablets Now Available Free for a Limited Timeview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – If you’ve ever needed remote access to your computer while on the go it can be quite a task. Well Splashtop made it easier with their remote access tablet app and has done it again with a new rendition, this time bringing a powerful HD version to light. Introducing Splashtop 2 HD, the next version of the popular application that allows access to your PC or Mac from your Android tablet. (IT news)

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Steve Wozniak: Data owner, tech warrior, cloud ‘worrier’view story

http://www.itwire.com.au – Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Home ITApple’s famous co-founder, Steve Wozniak, has expressed grave doubts over cloud storage, citing privacy and data ownership concerns, casting an authoritative cloud over cloud storage and data processed by cloud computing, too. (IT news)

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[Q] Steps to Wipe a G.Nex with Broken Screen?view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – I have a Galaxy Nexus (i9250) with a broken/shattered screen but everything else seems to be working fine as I can call it (rings) and change volume. If possible I would like to: A. Retrieve my data on it (specifically just the photos) but I can't access it via USB since the phone is "locked" and i cant see/touch the lockscreen B. (HowTos)

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How to know if macosx machine is being remotely viewed [migrated]view story

http://serverfault.com – Currently I have no way to know if my machine is being remotely viewed by our tech support, and would prefer to know, given the massive privacy breach that would entail should this be happening. (HowTos)

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Banks wrestle with cyber securityview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: SecurityOne in three financial institutions in Asia Pacific endured a privacy related breach in the last year. If that seems bad pity their peers in the US and UK where the situation is much worse. (IT news)

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Asus notebook reviewview story

http://gamblis.com – Articles by Christophe Catesson Asus Notebook Review – Computer href = “/” largest free content article Search by author, title or content Article Content Author name Article title Home href =”/submit/”> Submit Articles Guidelines for authors href = “/privacy.html/index.php/Top-Ten-Laptops.html”> Publisher Guidelines href = “/js-feeds.html”> co (HowTos)

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[lubuntu] best way to back up my data?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – have been runnin linux on a old presario v5000 laptopfor a while now. (7-8 months). really diggin it, i have some mouse problems, and the touchpad is kinda a b!tch, but small price to pay for no virus and no beholding to The Man. my problem is that the hardrive is gettin ready to take a dump. i get a big crazy warnnig on log in. i will postthe deets on that if its relevant. (Hardware)

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Google Acquires the Popular iOS E-Mail Client Sparrowview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Google’s G-mail app on Android is by far the best G-mail experience you can get on any mobile device. Sadly, the same can’t be said about Androids stock e-mail client. It seems as if that may change as Google has officially acquired Sparrow. If you’re not familiar with Sparrow, it’s arguably the most popular and best e-mail client available for iOS. (IT news)

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No clue? Apple removes BitDefender’s Clueful app from App Storeview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: SecurityIf you wanted to know which apps on your iDevice were potentially playing fast and loose with various aspects of your digital privacy, BitDefender’s Clueful app was pretty much the only way to do it, but with Apple removing the app, the skill of Sherlock Holmes may well be needed to figure out why. (IT news)