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OpenSuse Leap Reinforces Linux Faith

OpenSuse Leap 42.2 goes a long way toward maintaining Suse’s reputation for reliability and stability. That said, new users might need a push to take the leap from their familiar distros to this latest OpenSuse release. Business users can remain confident that upgrading to the latest edition won’t put them too close to the bleeding […]

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Official Android 7.1.1 for the OnePlus 3/3T

In this video from XDA TV, Miles shows you some of the new changes in OxygenOS 4.1.0. This new update comes with a scrolling screenshot feature that works better than most third party apps that offer the same thing. You’ll also find some improvements with the EIS which you’ll see a demo of in the […]

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WikiLeaks Exposes CIA’s Device Surveillance Tricks

WikiLeaks has released more Vault 7 documentation online, including details about several CIA projects to infect Apple’s Mac computer firmware and operating system. The site unloaded its first batch of stolen Vault 7 data earlier this month. The CIA’s Embedded Development Branch developed malware that could persist even if the targeted computer were reformatted and […]

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Updates Announced for Duo, Allo, Google Photos and Posts on Google

A lot of people are focusing on Android O right now, but there were also a number of application updates announced recently. Yesterday we talked about the new changes to Google Maps where the application will finally remember your preference to avoid tolls. We also learned that this update even included a new feature that […]

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