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CHURCHILL where he belongs

CHURCHILL where he belongs dank WebM compilation (pt 87) 22 hrs agoJustin's Wholesome Memes/Comics #9 21 hrs agoPoland into OC: Medium Rare 21 hrs agoFAKE NEWS?I'VE BEEN DIDDLED AGAIN 21 hrs agoUK Police Surrounding Embassy 21 hrs agoBill clinton checking out ivanka trump 20 hrs agoTrump “Baneposting” in His Speech 23 hrs agoawkward when it comes to pictures 20 hrs ago

Fast yet thin, the MSI Stealth Pro is a sharp as any Blade

Fast yet thin, the MSI Stealth Pro is a sharp as any Blade You’ve likely come across MSI’s GS60 if you’ve shopped for gaming laptops in the last ten years.The MSI’s 15-inch, 1080p panel is the baseline resolution for gaming systems these days.

That sandwich may have cost more than you thought — Arby’s hit by malware

That sandwich may have cost more than you thought — Arby’s hit by malware The biggest danger associated with fast food isn’t clogged arteries — apparently, it’s compromised credit card data.On Thursday, security blog KrebsOnSecurity reported that Arby’s had “recently remediated a breach involving malicious software installed on payment card systems at hundreds of its restaurant locations nationwide.

Google’s Project Zero publishes another Microsoft vulnerability

Google’s Project Zero publishes another Microsoft vulnerability The most recent Microsoft zero-day bug is one involving the company’s Internet Explorer and Edge browsers, as MSPU reports.The bug, which causes browser crashes and allows nefarious parties to execute arbitrary code, was identified by Project Zero on November 25, 2016 and then published on February 23, 2017.

Cog Systems’ custom, super-secure HTC One A9 phone protects against malware

Cog Systems’ custom, super-secure HTC One A9 phone protects against malware Luckily, Sydney-based security firm Cog Systems has a solution: An HTC One A9 phone equipped with the firm’s super-secure D4 platform.More: Top 5 Android security apps: Do they protect you?

Cut the cord: Three easy ways to add Bluetooth to your car

Cut the cord: Three easy ways to add Bluetooth to your car Within your vehicle, Bluetooth can be used for voice calls (channeling the phone’s audio through your car’s speakers) or to stream music from your smartphone.With this in mind, let’s review the three ways you can quickly, easily, and affordably add Bluetooth functionality to your vehicle.

Microsoft has started blocking Windows 7 and 8.1 security updates on newer systems

Microsoft has started blocking Windows 7 and 8.1 security updates on newer systems Such is the case with Windows 7 and 8.Accordingly, the company announced in January 2016 that Windows 7 and 8.

BAE Systems plans for submarines that can be piloted in virtual reality

BAE Systems plans for submarines that can be piloted in virtual reality When it comes to exploring groundbreaking new technologies with the potential to shape our future, few companies can measure up to United Kingdom defense giant BAE Systems.A method for controlling submarines using virtual reality headsets.

Homebrew patch reinstates Windows Update on systems affected by CPU block

Homebrew patch reinstates Windows Update on systems affected by CPU block Last month, it emerged that Microsoft was implementing a plan to restrict systems built with newer CPUs and running Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 from utilizing Windows Update.