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The world’s first 13TB SSD is here

If you have around US$13,000 to spare, the world's first 13TB solid-state drive could be yours. Fixstars on Wednesday announced the mammoth SSD-13000M, which will ship by the end of February. SSDs today have no more than 6TB of storage, and the 13TB drive more than …

The ultimate Online Privacy Test Resource List

Whenever you connect with a program to an Internet resource, a web browser to a website for instance, information are revealed to the server hosting the resource. That's automatic, and often not the only thing happening. If that site loads resources from other servers, they too …

What happens when you lose Xbox Live Gold on Xbox One?

Xbox Live Gold is a popular subscription service available on Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Xbox One videogame consoles. Pricing varies by region but generally average around US$7 per month depending on the plan chosen. Originally, an Xbox Live Gold membership was required to enjoy almost all …

LastPass 4.0 is out introducing big changes

The LastPass team has released the first big update of the popular online password manager since the acquisition of the company by LogMeIn. LastPass 4.0 has been released for all platforms the password manager is available on, and existing users will notice immediately that the new …

Mozilla enables W^X in Firefox 46 to improve security

Mozilla enabled the security feature W^X in Firefox Nightly (currently version 46) and plans to make it available to other versions of its web browser once they are upgraded to version 46. W^X, spoken Write XOR Execute, is a security policy for memory that defines memory …

Google Chrome Password management options

Google Chrome, just like all other modern web browsers, offers to save account information, usually a set of data consisting of an url, a username and password, locally in a database. Chrome users may block this from happening, which can be useful if they use a …