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38% off Inateck USB 3.0 to IDE/SATA Hard Drive Adapter - Deal Alert

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This USB 3.0 adapter from Inateck can interface with up to three drives simultaneously. It is compatible with 2.5"/3.5" IDE/SATA hard drives and 5.25" IDE/SATA CD/DVD drives, and features a one-touch backup function. Use it to read an old internal drive from a crashed computer, or to use an internal drive similar to an external backup drive. You might find a lot of uses for this one. The typical list price of $47.99 has been reduced on Amazon 38% right now to $29.99. See this deal on Amazon.

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IDG Contributor Network: Wikileaks reveals potent Windows malware from

Today, 05:00 PM

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A few days ago, Microsoft’s top lawyer took the NSA to task over WannaCry, saying that problem was the agency’s creation because it built and stockpiled such malware for its own use.

Now WikiLeaks has revealed more government-created malware and this one is a nasty piece of work.

Codenamed “Athena,” the spyware targets all version of Windows from Windows XP to Windows 10, and was released in August 2015. It was created in part by a private New Hampshire-based cyber security firm called Siege Technologies.

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IDG Contributor Network: Tower of power, Apple-branded display promise

Today, 03:00 PM

Posted by Computerworld in Computerworld News

There isn’t anything flashy about computer towers.

And their lack of style made it easy for Apple to abandon them.

But do we really prefer Apple produces more iMacs and unconventionally shaped Mac Pros?What if instead they decide to return to their most durable, albeit boring desktop hardware design?

Returning to the tower designs of yesteryear could potentially be a big win for Apple not to mention its customers.iMac and Mac Pro hardware designs feature stylish good looks over the ability to easily upgrade.

Apple’s tight, sleek iMac suffers from poor thermal distribution. Consequently, incredible amounts of heat amass inside. Over time, the accumulation of heat contributes to rapid aging.

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