Big Falafel Balls is better than Homicide, right?
Paul Thurrott summarizes in this article the most interesting novelties about the upcoming update to Windows 8.1. The list is not complete because Microsoft has not published an official list of changes.
7 Tutorials have resumed their series of reviews for security products and they started with Bitdefender Internet Security 2014. Here’s what they had to say about it in this very detailed review:
Hysterical trailer for new Muppet movie, watch it, don’t be ignrent.
Install Virus Total’s small addon to swiftly upload a file to be scanned for malware or even right click a link. Practicing safe browsing just got a little bit easier.
If you plan to use Windows 8.1 any time soon or you want to buy a PC or device with Windows 8.1, you should consider buying a good book for Windows 8.1. Our friends from 7 Tutorials recently launched their Windows 8.1 Step by Step book, with Microsoft Press. More details about what’s inside the book, how much it costs and where to get it, can be found in this blog post:
Two researchers have initiated a crowdfunded security audit of TrueCrypt, probably the most popular encryption tool out there for end users, after the revelations that NSA might have been successful in subverting encryption standards.
An interesting take by The Verge on how the Nexus 5 is more of a Google phone than an Android one.