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#RegressiveNews: 31st of January 2017
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Sources: Ohio State class teaches students to detect and respond to microaggressions, white privilege: http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/30923/ Friendly Reminder: Obama Selected The List Of Muslim Countries in Trump’s Executive Order: http://ow.ly/C2pg100zJM4 The Obama Administration Stopped Processing Iraq Refugee Requests For 6 Months … Read More

What Samsung Gave the World
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So what did Samsung give the world? The Korean multinational tech giant was founded in 1938 by Lee Byung-chul and they began life by making noodles. Yep, noodles, following the Korean War of the early 1950s, the company diversified into … Read More

The Dystopian Future of The Internet
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So it’s time now for another tech video and if we want to keep freely Computing Forever, we’re going to need a free and open Internet to do it. If you want to rule the world, you’ve got to rule … Read More

Top 10 Best Sega Genesis – Mega Drive Games
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Top 10 Best Sega Genesis – Mega Drive Games Number 10: Lotus Turbo Challenge: The first thing that grabbed in this game, other than the stunning animations for the time, was the fantastic soundtrack. The aim is to race to … Read More

5 Features Windows 10 has that OS X El Capitan Doesn’t
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5 Features that Windows 10 has the OS X El Capitan doesn’t. Number 5: A Voice Assistant is built right in: Cortana is Microsoft’s answer to Apple’s Siri. Cortana provides search, schedule management, weather information and even lets dictate emails. … Read More

from sticks to cyborgs
From Sticks to Cyborgs: Technological Replacement of Humanity
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From Sticks to Cyborgs: Technological Replacement of Humanity I hold in my hand a stick, which our ancestors fashioned into the earliest form of technology, a spear for hunting. Man’s ability to invent solutions to problems and create tools to … Read More

5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Upgrade to OS X El Capitan
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OS X El Capitan is the 11th iteration of Apple’s Mac operating system and was released on September 30th of 2015 yet I have remained on OS X Mavericks. I completely skipped Yosemite due to all the bad press it … Read More

Top 10 Best Free iPad Games 2016
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Top 10 Best Free iPad Games 2016 10: Race Penguin: A simple physics-based side scrolling and colourful cartoon-style game in which you play as a Penguin attempting to evade an oncoming, off-screen Polar Bear. You slip and slide your way … Read More

Why I Won’t be Switching Back to Windows 10
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Microsoft and Apple’s rivalry has forced them to raise the standards of their software significantly. But I’ll still be remaining on OS X. Continue reading

Top 10 Best Free-to-play Steam Games 2016
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PC gaming can be an expensive hobby if you’re primarily concerned with the big budget triple A titles out there. Thankfully services like Steam provide a plethora of affordable and even free games that offer excellent high quality gameplay. Here’s … Read More

Second Screening: Internet of Things is a Trojan Horse
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Second Screening, that new phenomenon that smartphones and tablets have brought us. You sit yourself down in front of the television to watch your favourite movie or TV show but you can’t seem to remain focused on it for very … Read More

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8 Review
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8-inch is €349 mid-range Android tablet that is designed to compete with devices such as the Apple iPad Mini. The specs are generous given the price point with a Exynos 5433 1.9GHz Octa Core processor, … Read More

Top 7 YouTube Technical Problems Professional YouTubers Face
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Top 7 YouTube Technical Problems Professional YouTubers Face Being a full-time professional YouTuber can sometimes feel like you’re in a losing battle. You’re caught between the significant amount of competition across the site and a faceless corporation that frequently makes … Read More

The Netbook is Back & Better Than Ever
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Cast your mind back to 2007 with the Asus Eee PC, the first defacto netbook that ran Linux and featured a 7-inch display with 2GB of storage and an Intel celeron processor. This low-powered super cheap little laptop birthed what … Read More

Windows 10 is Extremely Unstable
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Windows 10 is a big improvement over Windows 8 with lots of welcome features and I’ve had the privilege to review several quality Windows 10 devices. Although my experiences were mostly positive, not everyone has enjoyed a good time with … Read More

Fallout 4 Graphics are truly stunning
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Fallout 4 is due to launch on the 10th of November and its arrival is eagerly anticipated by gamers. Bethesda Game Studios has provided a quick look at the graphics technologies being employed in the game. Based on the Creation Engine, but with … Read More

Facebook will inform users when government is spying on them
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Facebook will now begin informing its users as to when it believes their accounts have been spied on by US Government agencies like the NSA. Alex Stamos is Facebook’s Chief Security Officer and he took to the social network to explain this: “While … Read More

Apple iOS 9 vs Android 6.0 Marshmallow
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Apple iOS 9 vs Android 6.0 Marshmallow Both Apple and Google have unleashed their latest mobile operating systems on the world.  Apple has iOS 9, Google has Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Two completely different takes on a touchscreen user experience. They … Read More

Lack of a dislike button on Facebook protects narcissists and special snowflakes
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Lack of a dislike button on Facebook protects narcissists and special snowflakes Modern progressive liberals, or as Sam Harris & Maajid Nawaz have dubbed them, regressive liberals, have done a good job of silencing speech they don’t agree with online. … Read More

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Why in-flight Wi-Fi on Airplanes is a bad idea
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European airlines to offer in-flight Wi-Fi in 2017 When I first heard that Wi-Fi would be introduced on passenger aircraft I shuddered and I still shudder to this day. US carriers have offered hi-speed web access on board their aircraft … Read More