Monthly Archives: August 2013

How to Create a Shared Photo Album on Facebook

It’s actually quite simple, and only requires a few extra steps. After you log in to Facebook, click on the “Photos” tab to the far left of the News Feed or at the top of your profile page. You will be taken to your stream of photos, where you will see a “Create Album” tab

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NSA to set up new outpost in North Carolina, IBM to build super security lab

Earlier this week, CivSource reported on $6 billion in awards made by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to 17 Big IT vendors for cybersecurity. Now, the NSA has announced that it will also be opening a new out post in North Carolina, and IBM made a strategic acquisition of Israeli company Trusteer in its

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MacBook Air 2013 teardown reveals hardware upgrades, no design changes!

Check how Apple improved the machine’s performance and nearly doubled the battery life (video). Apple didn’t make any changes to the exterior of the Air. The 11-inch Air is still 11.8 inches wide, 7.56 inches deep, and between 0.11 and 0.68 inch high. It weighs 2.38 pounds. Pricing starts at $999 (U.S.) and can reach

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Firefox 23 arrives with new logo, share button, mixed content blocker, network monitor, and more

Mozilla today officially launched Firefox 23 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. Improvements include the addition of a share button, mixed content blocker, and network monitor on the desktop side. Before we dive into all the details, it’s worth noting Firefox 23 comes with a new logo: The new desktop version was available on the

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Instagram, SkyDrive, Outlook, Xbox One, and more notable news of the week!

Outlook.com turns one This week, precisely on July 31st, marked the first anniversary of Outlook.com which was released a year ago. Microsoft introduced its revamped webmail service, which is more than a rebrand of the old Hotmail, as a new way to do email that aligns with a modern experience for modern browser and devices,

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Microsoft releases Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview with Start Screen Control, AppLocker, Side-Loading, and more

As expected, Microsoft today announced the release of Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview, which builds on the Windows 8.1 Preview released in June with additional mobility, security, management, and virtualization features for businesses. You can download the preview now directly from TechNet. The company also confirmed that the lifecycle support policy for Windows 8.1 will be

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