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Zoom video chat’s full encryption won’t be a free feature

Zoom video chat’s full encryption won’t be a free feature But the videoconferencing service could make exceptions so nonprofits get end-to-end encryption without paying. Zoom is working on end-to-end encryption to protect privacy on its increasingly popular video chat service, but the company will make it a premium feature not available to free accounts. Alex Stamos, a Zoom security consultant and former […]

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VPN use surges during the coronavirus lockdown, but so do security risks

As VPNs strain to meet the needs of increased use, it’s make-or-break time for services across the globe. By Rae Hodge Global demand for commercial virtual private networks is surging following work-from-home trends in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. VPN providers and internet service providers are flexing major muscle to handle the increased overall internet traffic of quarantined populations around the world. Before the […]

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11 hidden Windows 10 tricks you should know: Secret start menu and more

Your guide to taking screenshots, shutting down background apps and a useful battery-saving tip. Whether you’ve been using Windows 10 for years or have only recently upgraded, there are plenty of new and old tips, tricks and hidden features to learn that will make using your laptop every day faster and smoother. For example, finding the secret […]

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Apple, Amazon, Google partner to make smart home devices more compatible

(Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc, Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google are partnering to lay the groundwork for better compatibility among their smart home products, the companies said on Wednesday. Zigbee Alliance, whose members include IKEA and NXP Semiconductors among others, will also contribute to the project, titled “Connected Home over IP”. The rare partnership comes […]

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Amazon to raise U.S. fulfillment fees 3 percent for merchants next year

(Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc plans to raise the fees it charges merchants for warehousing and shipping their goods in the United States of America by an average 3% next year, the company said Friday, as it faces higher costs from infrastructure and programs such as one-day delivery. The e-commerce company now handles delivery for the […]

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Windows 10: Why it’s finally time to upgrade from Windows 7

Support for Windows 7 ends in January 2020. For security, software updates and other reasons, it’s time to stop procrastinating. The end is near for Windows 7 users: After 10 years, Microsoft will stop supporting the OS on Jan. 14, 2020, which means it’s time to upgrade to Windows 10 to keep your PC running […]

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Google Drive vs. Microsoft OneDrive: A point-by-point comparison

Google and Microsoft’s rivalry covers all manner of online services and software. Here’s how the battle shakes out for online cloud storage. There are three cloud storage service that most people consider using: Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive. More often the choice is coming down to the latter two. The magic combination of price and the convenience […]

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