As per our monthly tradition, here are a handful of tech and other interesting headlines from the last month or so. This month, we have more information on Windows 10 tweaks, some productivity enhancers, how to check if your email was part of various hacked databases, fancy and furry cameras, some interesting Microsoft news (young and old), and much more. Come check out the reading material!
- NASA’s logo from the 70s was ridiculously cool.
- Have I been pwned? Check if your email has been compromised in a data breach (and just because it has, you don’t need to panic, but we still recommend you use better passwords or passphrases.
- How to make lithium-ion batteries (the type that are generally in your laptops and cell phones) last for years.
- Several Windows 10 headlines:
- Windows 10 start menu replacements shifting like hot cakesWindows 10 start menu replacements shifting like hot cakes.
- Windows 10: Good, but is it good enough?
- Windows 10 and Outlook’s New Email Notifications.
- If you don’t have Microsoft Office, here’s how you stop Windows 10’s Microsoft Office ads.
- If you want to get your previous system back after you upgraded to Windows 10, you have 30 days to do it.
- And in the latest round of RansomWare, CTB-Locker is a fake “Windows 10 Upgrade” could hold your files hostage.
- Microsoft is going to be refreshing their Surface Pro tablet and Lumia smart phones just in time for the holidays.
- Speaking of Microsoft, here are some photos from the Microsoft offices, circa 1979.
- If you need tutorials or training for any version of Microsoft Office, all the way back to Office 2007, Microsoft has a ton of useful content.
- We explained briefly how DNS works in an article last month, but this series of cartoons does a much better job.
- Sometimes electronic productivity tools aren’t as useful as printable productivity tools.
- It’s a bit of a technical read, but it’s amazing that this security flaw existed in Intel chipsets for 16 years.
- Want your iPhone videos to look like a crummy VHS camcorder video? There’s an app for that. Want amazing videos? RED cameras have changed the game in filmmaking. Want a camera that recognizes your cat with facial recognition? You can build one.
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