All posts on January, 2017


Reviews

Min Browser Muffles the Web’s Noise

Min is a Web browser with a minimal design that provides speedy operation with simple features.
When it comes to software design, “minimal” does not mean low functionality or undeveloped potential. If you like minimal distraction tools for your text editor and note-taking applications, that same comfort appeal is evident in the Min browser. I mostly use Google Chrome, Chromium and Firefox on my desktops and laptop computers.

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Tech Buzz

CES 2017’s Magic

CES was a fascinating show this year. One of the things that made it so fascinating was that everyone and their brother had cars demonstrating one form of technology or another. It kind of makes me wonder what we’ll see at the next car show — PCs, drones, tablets and smartphones? That wasn’t the only surprise at the show, though. Nvidia, long thought of as living in Intel’s shadow, broke out.

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Cybersecurity

Las Vegas Captures Ransomware Crown

Las Vegas is arguably the gambling capital of the world, but it’s also the king city for ransomware, based on recent research. Among the world’s nations, the United States ranked highest in ransomware incidents, according to a Malwarebytes report on the prevalence and distribution of extortion apps. The area of the country that logged the most incidents was the Las Vegas-Henderson, Nevada, region.

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