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When you have a lot of devices on your network—computers, network attached storage, and Raspberry Pis—it can be annoying to constantly look up their IP addresses when you need to access them remotely. Make your life easier with a set of unchanging, static IP addresses for those machines. DHCP vs. Static IP Address Your router assigns IP […]

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The internet relies on fiber optic cables to function, and linking the different areas of the world requires installing huge subsea cables to keep up with demand. Today, Google announced its latest cable, named Curie, has successfully been installed and tested. Curie counts as the thirteenth Google-funded cable installation and it links Los Angeles to […]

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(Credit: NurPhoto via Getty.) Received a random file about the coronavirus? It’s best to avoid opening it. Hackers are starting to exploit fears around the ongoing outbreak to infect computers with malware, according to security researchers. The attacks have been occurring through files and emails that pretend to know something about the coronavirus, but have […]

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Senator Bernie Sanders is vowing to break up the US’s internet-service-provider monopolies if he’s elected President. On Friday, Sanders unveiled a plan(Opens in a new window) to bring “high-speed internet access for all,” and among the promises is using the White House’s existing antitrust authority to end internet, cable, and telecom monopolies. “Their greed must […]

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Cisco scored a major victory this week after it secured an injunction against four Chinese companies manufacturing and selling counterfeit versions of its networking hardware. As The Wall Street Journal reports(Opens in a new window), the temporary injunction was granted following a lawsuit filed by Cisco in the Eastern District of New York. It pointed […]

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Google has confirmed videos saved in your Google Photos account could have been sent to a stranger because of a “technical issue.” As reported by 9to5Google(Opens in a new window), the issue was rooted in Google’s Takeout service which is designed to let people download their data. However, from Nov. 21 to Nov. 25 last […]

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