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New version of Chrome is much easier on your laptop's battery

If there’s one complaint about Chrome that keeps popping up lately, it’s that Google’s web browser — once a lightweight alternative to the much slower Internet Explorer and Firefox — is a resources hog. Now, Google has partly addressed that issue by...

All new executive branch .gov domains will ditch HTTP, enforce HTTPS

Government websites just took a serious step toward robust security. Today, the Federal Chief Information Officers (CIO) Council announced that all new executive branch domains moving forward will use HTTPS, the secure, encrypted alternative to HTTP. The change is...

Your car will be recalled in 2017 thanks to poor open-source security

In the coming year, a high-profile auto manufacturer will be forced to recall vehicles due to a cybersecurity breach for the first time, experts have warned. Our cars are no longer simply a way to travel from A to B. They are no longer just mechanics, oil and parts;...

Report: Social Networking Apps Led Usage During the Super Bowl

New data has revealed users did more than watch TV during Super Bowl 50, as the ‘second screen’ trend saw users interact with a variety of apps on their mobile device during the game. Specifically, Localytics, an analytics and marketing platform for mobile and Web...