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Where you should live if you want America’s fastest Internet service What parts of America have the fastest broadband connections? The short answer is "Delaware." ...

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How to ditch Yosemite and roll back to Mavericks Apple’s 2014 OS X update is already available to plenty of Mac users — ...

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Netflix has announced 3 new shows that cord cutters will love – here are the details On Thursday, Netflix announced three new original series that aim to strike another blow ...

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Windows 10 could eliminate two major online security headaches We've seen a bunch of hugely promising new features that Microsoft has added to ...

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The easiest way to activate OS X Yosemite’s best features on an unsupported Mac Earlier this week, we discussed one fairly complex solution to bringing Continuity / Handoff ...

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Why Apple Pay is ‘more safe and secure than using your credit card’ Although Apple Pay has had its share of early hiccups, the mobile payment platform ...

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Where you should live if you want America’s fastest Internet service

Fastest Internet Speeds By State

What parts of America have the fastest broadband connections? The short answer is “Delaware.” The slightly longer answer is “somewhere in the northeastern U.S.” The Connectivist has posted data of peak connection speeds for every state in America and has found that the fastest services are in the eastern part of the country, led by Delaware and followed by Virginia, Washington D.C., Massachusetts, New Jersey and Connecticut. In fact, the only state in the top 10 that isn’t on the eastern seaboard is Washington, which has a peak connection speed of 56.6Mbps.

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How to ditch Yosemite and roll back to Mavericks

Yosemite to Mavericks Downgrade

Apple’s 2014 OS X update is already available to plenty of Mac users — even though not all supported machines have what it takes to let users enjoy some of Yosemite’s coolest features — but that doesn’t mean all Mac owners who jumped on Yosemite after Apple released it last week are necessarily happy with the upgrade. Unlike with iOS 8 users, who can’t downgrade their iOS devices to iOS 7 (at least not officially), Mac users have the option of jumping back to Mavericks if they so desire, and OS X Daily has put together a quick guide on how to downgrade a Yosemite-running system to last year’s OS.

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Netflix has announced 3 new shows that cord cutters will love – here are the details

Netflix Announces Three New Series

On Thursday, Netflix announced three new original series that aim to strike another blow to cable and network companies. The new shows are an animated series from comedian Bill Burr titled “F is for Family”; a dark mystery series called “Bloodline,” whose cast includes Kyle Chandler from Friday Night Lights; and a Canadian series called ”Between.”

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Windows 10 could eliminate two major online security headaches

Windows 10 New Security Features

We’ve seen a bunch of hugely promising new features that Microsoft has added to Windows 10 via its Technical Preview but this might be the most important one yet. ZDNet’s Ed Bott gives us a detailed rundown of the new two-factor authentication system that Microsoft is implementing with Windows 10 and he says it has the potential to effectively cripple phishing attacks and password database breaches, which are two of the most popular tactics hackers use to gain unauthorized access to our online accounts.

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The easiest way to activate OS X Yosemite’s best features on an unsupported Mac

OS X Yosemite Tips And Tricks

Earlier this week, we discussed one fairly complex solution to bringing Continuity / Handoff to Mac and MacBook models that didn’t initially support every feature in OS X Yosemite. It involved replacing hardware and messing with internal code, but now there is a much more effective fix available: the Continuity Activation Tool.

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Why Apple Pay is ‘more safe and secure than using your credit card’

Is Apple Pay Safer Than Credit Cards

Although Apple Pay has had its share of early hiccups, the mobile payment platform is overall off to a promising start. CIO’s Al Sacco has interviewed three security experts for their views on the technology behind Apple Pay and the general consensus is that the platform is “more safe and secure than using your credit card.”

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New details emerge on Samsung’s budget iPhone 5

Samsung Galaxy A3 FCC

Samsung is releasing three new phones that seem very similar to the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s. And now a new filing from the Federal Communications has revealed some more information on yet another Samsung iPhone lookalike that will be a more budget version of its Galaxy Alpha.

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Is the Surface slowly starting to pay off for Microsoft?

Microsoft Q1 2015 Earnings Surface

The first-generation Surface RT was a notorious bomb but Microsoft has diligently kept refining its Surface tablet models and has seen some impressive sales growth over the past year. According to Microsoft’s Q1 2015 earnings report that it released on Thursday, the company generated $908 million in Surface revenue, which is more than twice the $400 million in Surface revenue Microsoft reported in Q1 2014 and a sequential improvement from the $409 million in Surface revenue that the company posted in Q4 2014.

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Google’s amazing Project Ara phone getting its own store for expansion modules

Google Project Ara Modules Store

Google’s modular smartphone isn’t just an interesting concept anymore, as Google is very interested in offering such devices to users next year. Project Ara phones will let users build whatever smartphone they desire — provided they have access to the appropriate modules — and Google will create a special, Google Play Store-like storefront where modules developers will be able to sell their creations.

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