“Privacy on Top” Provides True Online Security and Anonymity

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Open Netware, a start-up in the modern technology world, has launched a campaign on Indiegogo in order to introduce their new Wi-Fi router “Privacy on Top” to the public.

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Open Netware, a start-up in the modern technology world, has launched a campaign on Indiegogo in order to introduce their new Wi-Fi router “Privacy on Top” to the public. This campaign has a funding goal of $25,000, which needs to be raised in order to scale up their infrastructure, and take Privacy on Top into mass production. Privacy On Top gives a user security, privacy, anonymity and censorship-bypassing using Tor (software for enabling anonymous communication). Everything a person does online is traceable, which leaves a user open to attacks as well as to the loss of identity and privacy. This may be a scary thought, but it is that stark reality that led Open Netware to create Privacy on Top. The team at Open Netware believes “Privacy is a right – a right that you shouldn’t have to be a tech wiz to protect.”

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2016 Audi S8 Plus Release Date, Price and Specs – Roadshow

The speedometer in the 2016 Audi S8 plus creeps towards 140 mph as I barrel down the back straight on Daytona International Speedway’s road course. My sedan feels planted, which isn’t surprising for a model bred for bombing down the autobahn at triple-digit velocities, but there’s a tight “bus stop” chicane at the end that I have to navigate all 4,700 pounds of Teutonic sedan through.

The speedometer in the 2016 Audi S8 plus creeps towards 140 mph as I barrel down the back straight on Daytona International Speedway’s road course. My sedan feels planted, which isn’t surprising for a model bred for bombing down the autobahn at triple-digit velocities, but there’s a tight “bus stop” chicane at the end that I have to navigate all 4,700 pounds of Teutonic sedan through. I mash the brake pedal to scrub speed and turn in, transitioning left and then right, feeling understeer briefly before the rear end comes around, proving the torque-vectoring rear differential is doing its job. The exercise is without much drama, and it’s wildly entertaining.

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Review: Updated: Windows 10

Windows 10 review: Introduction

Windows 10 is an entirely new version of Microsoft’s veteran Windows operating system – a version that is make-or-break for Redmond commpany.

It was released on July 29, 2015 in seven versions, which I’ll tell you a lot more about below, as well as give you techradar’s complete verdict on all aspects of the new operating system (OS).

Windows 10 review: Introduction

Windows 10 is an entirely new version of Microsoft’s veteran Windows operating system – a version that is make-or-break for Redmond commpany.

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Review: Updated: Microsoft Surface Pro 4

Design, display, Surface Pen and Type Cover

Editor’s Note: This review was originally written based on pre-production hardware that had been suffering battery performance issues. At the time, Microsoft claimed that these issues would not affect the retail units that customers were able to purchase on launch day.

Design, display, Surface Pen and Type Cover

Editor’s Note: This review was originally written based on pre-production hardware that had been suffering battery performance issues. At the time, Microsoft claimed that these issues would not affect the retail units that customers were able to purchase on launch day.

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How to get the most out of mobile data when your broadband goes down

Mobile internet access

Has your broadband provider – such as BT – gone down, leaving you without the internet? Don’t worry, Wi-Fi isn’t the only wireless technology that allows you to access the internet.

Mobile internet access

Has your broadband provider – such as BT – gone down, leaving you without the internet? Don’t worry, Wi-Fi isn’t the only wireless technology that allows you to access the internet. Since the advent of 3G a decade ago, mobile networks have been able to provide reasonably fast data connections, and 4G provides significantly improved bandwidth, making it a viable alternative to a fixed broadband line as long as you can find a strong enough signal.

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Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller Generation 2 Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

Rachio’s second-generation smart sprinkler controller doesn’t stray too far from the successful formula of the first, the Rachio Iro — you’ll still install it in place of your existing sprinkler controller, where it’ll use local weather and humidity info to help you plan your watering schedule.

Rachio’s second-generation smart sprinkler controller doesn’t stray too far from the successful formula of the first, the Rachio Iro — you’ll still install it in place of your existing sprinkler controller, where it’ll use local weather and humidity info to help you plan your watering schedule. But small cosmetic changes, new integrations including voice controls through Amazon Echo, and a lower price combine to make Rachio’s latest feel fresh, if not revolutionary.

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802.11ac CPE Shipments Rise to Represent Nearly 65% of All Access Points in 2016, WiGig to Enter the Market

SINGAPORE, Feb. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Wi-Fi access points based on 802.11ac steadily gained momentum over the past year, rising to represent 39% of total Wi-Fi access points shipped in 2015.

SINGAPORE, Feb. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Wi-Fi access points based on 802.11ac steadily gained momentum over the past year, rising to represent 39% of total Wi-Fi access points shipped in 2015. According to ABI Research, the leader in transformative technology innovation market intelligence, adoption will continue to accelerate in 2016 as more 802.11ac Wave 2 products enter the market, along with the introduction of tri-band access points.

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Got phone envy? You may eventually buy a Xiaomi phone at US Mobile – CNET

Phonemaker Xiaomi is winning big in the phone world: it became the largest phone seller in China, the world’s largest market. And now you can buy one of its top-rated Android phones for cheap here in the US.

Phonemaker Xiaomi is winning big in the phone world: it became the largest phone seller in China, the world’s largest market. And now you can buy one of its top-rated Android phones for cheap here in the US.

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Review: Windows 10 Mobile

Introduction and design

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system for PCs was one of the biggest technology releases of 2015 – and it split opinion down the middle, with some Windows fans loving the new look and features, and others complaining about such issues as the absence of OneDrive support, floppy drive support, and various games and desktop gadgets.

Introduction and design

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system for PCs was one of the biggest technology releases of 2015 – and it split opinion down the middle, with some Windows fans loving the new look and features, and others complaining about such issues as the absence of OneDrive support, floppy drive support, and various games and desktop gadgets.

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Wait, Google’s ‘moon shots’ cost how much??? – CNET

Alphabet, the new parent company of Google, is the Willy Wonka factory of tech: driverless cars, Wi-Fi beaming balloons, glucose-reading contact lenses and even plans for smart cities.

If founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin can pull off all those so-called “moon shots,” they’ll certainly deliver a future full of intrigue.

Alphabet, the new parent company of Google, is the Willy Wonka factory of tech: driverless cars, Wi-Fi beaming balloons, glucose-reading contact lenses and even plans for smart cities.

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