Author: Zach_Wilson

A big Chromebook update just delivered 4 super-useful features – here’s what’s new

Google just released a new version of ChromeOS which comes laden with some impressive improvements, including the ability to implement custom keyboard shortcuts and to do the same with your mouse buttons. ChromeOS M123 delivers these new powers, and more besides, but the ability to actually define your own keyboard…

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Microsoft may have finally made quantum computing useful

The dream of quantum computing has always been exciting: What if we could build a machine working at the quantum level that could tackle complex calculations exponentially faster than a computer limited by classical physics? But despite seeing IBM, Google and others announce iterative quantum computing hardware, they’re still not…

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Microsoft reveals how much you’ll have to pay to keep using Windows 10 securely

Microsoft is ending support for Windows 10 on October 14th, 2025, and you’ll need to pay yearly if you want to continue using the operating system securely. Microsoft will offer Extended Security Updates (ESU) for Windows 10 users, with pricing starting at $61 for the first year. The pricing for…

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Another top WordPress plugin has a serious security flaw — patch now to keep your website safe

Another major WordPress plugin was found vulnerable to a high-severity flaw which allowed malicious actors to steal sensitive information from the website, including password hashes. LayerSlider has published a new security advisory, saying the product is now in version 7.10.1, but adding, “This update includes important security fixes.” While the…

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How to use your Mac screen inside the Apple Vision Pro

One of the coolest things you can do with the Apple Vision Pro is use your Mac screen — either floating by itself in a virtual landscape or, better yet, in mixed reality. It’s hard to make work exciting, but if you can, why not work on the Moon? Or…

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California wants to introduce a law that will force workers to disconnect from work

In an attempt to help citizens across the state have some respite from the pressures of work, California State Assembly member Matt Haney has introduced AB 2751, a proposition designed to give workers the “right to disconnect” from work-related communications outside of working hours. AB 2751 draws inspiration from similar…

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