Top 10 keyboard shortcuts everyone should know

Top 10 keyboard shortcuts everyone should know … Read more: http://ow.ly/4naNbx

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New app traces history of India’s information technology miracle

A new app traces the history of India’s information technology miracle … Read more: http://ow.ly/8JR8sd

India's Technology Miracle

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FBI to stay mum on iPhone-hacking method

FBI to stay mum on iPhone-hacking method … Read more: http://ow.ly/4naH2i

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Samsung Pay now lets you withdraw cash at ATM

Samsung Pay now lets you withdraw cash at ATM … Read more: http://ow.ly/4naGCo

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Nvidia unveils first Pascal graphics card, the monstrous Tesla P100

Nvidia unveils first Pascal graphics card, the monstrous Tesla P100 … Read more: http://ow.ly/3dfTtX

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House committee votes unanimously for Email Privacy Act

House committee votes unanimously for Email Privacy Act … Read more: http://ow.ly/10Dz0K

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Facebook wants us to take VR selfies w/virtual selfie sticks

Facebook wants us to take VR selfies w/virtual selfie sticks … Read more: http://ow.ly/10Du8y

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Crash course: Take steps to secure hidden data

Take a moment and think about an average work activity. You log in to your computer, download a document, print it, close the document, and move on to the next task.

Simple? Yes. Protected? Maybe not.

While secure servers and traditional security software offer a high level of information protection, data still has a way of hiding in the nooks and crannies of your business tech where these solutions might not reach. Let’s take a look at where your sensitive data might be hiding out, and how you can protect it.

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The incredible shrinking PC

Big change comes in small packages—at least in the world of personal computing. Since HP first entered the computer market in 1966, PCs (personal computers—as they were eventually known) have continued to grow smaller and more advanced with each generation.

But miniaturization doesn’t just happen overnight. Each step forward is the product of years of innovation and developments, often clustering a range of “industry firsts” into short periods following specific advances—like the advent of the microprocessor.

How far have we come? Here’s a visual history of HP PCs from 1966 to 2016—shifting from the size of a room to the size of your pocket in five innovation-filled decades.

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WhatsApp implements full end-to-end encryption

WhatsApp implements full end-to-end encryption. Read more: http://ow.ly/3dfTtM

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