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If you have an Amazon Prime subscription, you can upload an unlimited number of pictures to Prime Photos at their full resolution. With the new Family Vault, you can now share that space with up to five friends or family members.
The Amazon Echo is useful to have around the home. It can play podcasts, take reminders and notes, tell you the length of your commute, even control other appliances in your house. But at prices ranging from $50 to $150, it’s an expensive proposition if you’re not sure you’ll use it. Good news though, you can make a fully-functional one using a Raspberry Pi.
A security researcher for AVG has discovered a new piece of ransomware called Fantom that masquerades as a critical Windows update. Victims who fall for the ruse will see a Windows screen acting like it's installing the update, but what's really happening is that the user's documents and files are being encrypted in the background.
Windows 10 is mostly a step up from previous versions, but it also comes with a bunch of annoyances. For example, all of the bundled apps that Microsoft includes with it. Or the fact that some users are seeing those apps re-installed after a big update.
When the news constantly bombards you with statements and claims that you can’t verify, fact checkers become extremely important. To that end, Google will now surface fact check stories in Google News results.
Twitter has announced a new set of tools for dealing with harassment. There’s now an optional “quality filter” that can limit notifications you receive from people based on their previous behavior and account origins, ideally filtering out hateful language from anonymous users.
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