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Another 'leak' of iPhone 8 reveals lack of home button 

Another 'leak' of iPhone 8 reveals lack of home button

New leaked image is more Samsung-looking than Apple, though.
How to: What to do right away if you get hit by ransomware 

How to: What to do right away if you get hit by ransomware

When Wannacry hit a few weeks ago, it showed us just how bad the threat of ransomware is.
Workstation branding comes back to Windows 

Workstation branding comes back to Windows

Twenty-year hiatus sees new version for power users.
What Apple might introduce with iOS 11 at WWDC 

What Apple might introduce with iOS 11 at WWDC

What will Apple reveal at this year's WWDC event?
How to: Wipe a laptop easily and securely 

How to: Wipe a laptop easily and securely

Selling your laptop? Make sure that all your personal data is gone before it reaches its new owner.
Power Throttling makes a return to Windows 10 

Power Throttling makes a return to Windows 10

Latest Preview Build could save up to 11% in power consumption.
Zero-day bug in Word could allow hackers to take over your PC 

Zero-day bug in Word could allow hackers to take over your PC

Vulnerability exploits Windows Object Linking and Embedding
How to: Speed up Windows 10 

How to: Speed up Windows 10

Want to find out the top tips and tricks to make Windows 10 faster? Read on...
How to: Factory reset Windows 10 

How to: Factory reset Windows 10

If your Windows 10 system isn't playing ball, you can reset it back to its factory conditions.
How to: Move Windows 10 from an old hard drive to an SSD 

How to: Move Windows 10 from an old hard drive to an SSD

The move to a solid-state disk will make your Windows PC faster.
How to: Fix 15 Windows 10 problems 

How to: Fix 15 Windows 10 problems

Stop tearing your hair out and follow our tips!
Explainer: Machine learning vs AI 

Explainer: Machine learning vs AI

People often conflate AI with machine learning, but there are key differences.
Impossible to plug the danger zone in modern browsers, says researcher 

Impossible to plug the danger zone in modern browsers, says researcher

The problem of spotting malicious content in browsers is getting worse as threat actors take advantage of an increasing number of pixels being effectively below the "line of death".
Expect trouble as Shadow Brokers retire, give away hacking tools 

Expect trouble as Shadow Brokers retire, give away hacking tools

TheShadowBrokers hackers are retiring but before they go, they are leaving behind a huge collection of Windows vulnerabilities - expect an uptick in opportunistic hacking.
This ransomware will let you off the hook if you sell out your friends 

This ransomware will let you off the hook if you sell out your friends

Ransomware offers decryption tool if you phish others.

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