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If you'd told someone in 1922 that in 50 years time a guy in a space suit would be dancing across the surface of the moon singing, "I was strolling on the moon one day, in the merry merry month of December May," that person would more than likely have suggested you wer
By Drew PrindleProvided by
You don't have to be a secret agent or a notorious hacktivist to care about anonymity. Even regular Joes like you and I have plenty of good reasons to care about the privacy and security of our online activity.
By Geoff DuncanProvided by
Major password breaches are so common they're becoming like storms and traffic jams: One day you hear about tens of thousands of Twitter users compromised or several million at LinkedIn, the next it might be upwards of 50 million at Evernote or LivingSocial.
By Francis BeaProvided by
It's possible that the day may come when you want to delete your Facebook account. It's difficult to imagine, and it will probably be hard to pull the trigger – which is where Social Roulette briefly came in.
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If you haven't caught the hype over Inbox Zero, it's basically the theory (or, for some people, just the ideal) that an empty e-mail inbox is good for peace of mind and productivity.
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Apple's latest flagship smartphone is capable of plenty, but with the right iPhone 5 accessories you can get more from your device. Recharging is always an issue, but there are lots of options to keep your iPhone 5 battery juiced up no matter where you happen to be.