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Procrastinators Rejoice: Amazon's Running One Last Deal on H&R Block Tax Software, Today Only

Procrastinators Rejoice: Amazon's Running One Last Deal on H&R Block Tax Software, Today Only Those are the prices H&R Block actually charges, so we’re talking about serious savings here.If you need help deciding which tier to buy, H&R Block has a handy comparison chart here.

App born from poverty works to feed the hungry

App born from poverty works to feed the hungry Oscar Ekponimo, a software engineer, has created an app that works to feed the poor in Africa.The app connects supermarkets to NGOs and low-income earning people.

Indian IT professionals face new challenges as Singapore shuts door

Indian IT professionals face new challenges as Singapore shuts door Amid layoffs and poor appraisals, they're facing a new trouble: overseas doors are quickly closing.The move is apparently an attempt by the Singapore government to foster the hiring of local talent.

What's the Best VPN Service?

What's the Best VPN Service? Last week, Congress voted to give internet service providers permission to sell your private browsing data.The one good thing to come out of it though was a wave of interest in VPN services, which people should probably be using regardless.

Want Hollywood results on a budget? Here’s the best free video-editing software

Want Hollywood results on a budget? Here’s the best free video-editing software It’s not a tour de force in terms of video editing, but it’s perfectly suitable for home videos and minor projects.Thankfully, Lightworks also offers traditional tools for importing, trimming, and seamlessly weaving audio and video together with a few effortless mouse clicks.

Your Pick For the Best VPN Service Is Private Internet Access

Your Pick For the Best VPN Service Is Private Internet Access VPNs are a hot topic these days, and our readers made it abundantly clear that Private Internet Access should be your first stop for protecting your private browsing data.This backs up the service’s win in Lifehacker’s 2014 Hive Five, so they’ve been a solid option for a long time.

This is how Elon Musk gets in the holiday spirit

This is how Elon Musk gets in the holiday spirit The Easter Bunny has a gift for Tesla owners: a simple way to find Easter eggs hidden in the electric car's interface.That's at least what Tesla CEO Elon Musk hinted at with a tweet Friday.

Google is about to unveil a ‘brand new’ Google Earth

Google is about to unveil a ‘brand new’ Google Earth While Google Earth remains a reliable resource if you’re after some stunning satellite views of our blue planet, for many users the software has taken a back seat to Google Maps in recent years as the latter now incorporates so many of Earth’s features.But invitations sent out this week for a New York City event introducing “the new Google Earth” indicate that the company is far from done with its virtual globe.

Early Apple Macintosh emulation brings classic games right to your browser

Early Apple Macintosh emulation brings classic games right to your browser If you didn’t live through the mid-80s period of Apple Macintosh computing and gaming, now you can get a real taste for it without any need for the original hardware and software.The Internet Archive now offers full emulation of that era’s operating systems and games, all playable through your browser.

AMD Radeon Crimson ReLive Edition adds support for RX 580 and 570 GPUs

AMD Radeon Crimson ReLive Edition adds support for RX 580 and 570 GPUs Why it matters to you If you're looking to get the best out of that new Radeon RX 580 or 570 GPU, then the latest AMD driver software is for you.That’s why AMD’s latest version of its Radeon Crimson ReLive Edition software suite should be welcome to users of the company’s latest GPUs.

Apple just made iMovie and a bunch of other apps free for everyone

Apple just made iMovie and a bunch of other apps free for everyone The free apps are iMovie, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and GarageBand, and each can be downloaded now from the Mac and iOS App Stores.It’s worth noting that the software has been available for free to anyone who purchased a Mac computer or iOS mobile device after August, 2013.

Facebook is developing 360 cameras that let you move with 6 degrees of freedom

Facebook is developing 360 cameras that let you move with 6 degrees of freedom On Wednesday, during the annual F8 conference, the company introduced the Surround 360 x24 and x6, both 360 cameras named for the number of lenses in its sphere-shaped body.Unlike the social media platform’s last 360 experiment, the latest cameras use six degrees of freedom (6DoF) which means users can move through the footage.

MakeVR is here to steamroll the learning curve for 3D modeling software

MakeVR is here to steamroll the learning curve for 3D modeling software But there’s still a big barrier standing between having an idea in your head and transforming that idea into a tangible object: 3D modeling software.The problem is that practically all 3D CAD (computer aided drafting) software has a pretty steep learning curve.

Run Android Apps on Your Windows PC

Run Android Apps on Your Windows PC This has led to a plethora of really cool Android apps, some of which aren’t available on iOS or other platforms.Fortunately, with a little leg work, you can run Android apps on a regular old Windows PC.

John McAfee’s ‘hack-proof’ phone secures the hardware — but what about the software?

John McAfee’s ‘hack-proof’ phone secures the hardware — but what about the software? Well folks, John McAfee thinks he has the solution, and has finally unveiled the plans for the “most hack-proof phone” ever.The device is called the McAfee Privacy Phone, and it comes at a cost of $1,100.

Final Fantasy Creator on Switch: ‘Cool Games is What Matters’

Final Fantasy Creator on Switch: ‘Cool Games is What Matters’ Development studio Mistwalker released a new Q & A video this week with Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi responding to queries from fans and one of the questions had Sakaguchi-san speaking at length about the Nintendo Switch.A fan asked Sakaguchi what he thought of the Switch’s portable capabilities but the Final Fantasy creator went in a different direction with his answer, essentially stating that hardware features are irrelevant without good software.