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What’s a Bug Bounty Program?

In today’s digital age, any website, software, application, and operating system vulnerability – or “bug” – must be addressed so that the flaw won’t be exploited by malicious parties. The bug bounty program was created to help resolve these errors. A bug bounty program works like a rewards…

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Antarctic Sponge Has Key to Eliminating Resistant Staph Bacteria MRSA

According to the American Chemical Society’s journal, Organic Letters, a scientific team from the University of South Florida (USF) has isolated and tested an…

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Looking for Contestants: Casting Call Made for Apple’s TV Show ‘Planet of the Apps’

Apple’s TV show on app developers has been greenlighted.  Named Planet of the Apps, the show will be in the style of a reality competition, similar to Shark Tank. According to

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Final Free Opportunity to Upgrade to Windows 10

For Windows 7 and Windows 8 Users, the free Microsoft upgrade to Windows 10 expires today (Friday, July 29th 0 234

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Blue Light from Devices Can Permanently Damage Children’s Eyesight

Recently, leading optometrists in the United States have issued warnings in a new, more robust public awareness campaign about the danger that blue light can cause in children’s eyesight. They report…

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How Many Solar Panels Will I Need?

Heating and cooling a home means energy expenses.  Using solar energy as a solution can help reduce energy costs.  But how many solar panels are needed to power my house? …