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60% off SanDisk Extreme PRO 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, Speeds...

The SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.0 Flash Drive features a sizable 128GB of storage, and read speeds of up to 260MB/s lets you easily transfer a full-length movie in seconds. The sophisticated design and durable aluminum metal casing help to protect against every day wear and tear on the outside, while the included SanDisk SecureAccess software provides 128-bit AES file encryption and password protection on the inside for your private files.

The SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.0 Flash Drive is backed with a lifetime limited warranty.
It currently averages 4.6 out of 5 stars on Amazon from over 530 people (80% rate the full 5 stars: see reviews here), and its typical list price has been reduced generously to just $52.10.
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3D NAND to make up half of all flash memory production

3D NAND, which stacks layer upon layer of flash cells atop one another like a microscopic skyscraper, will become the prominent technology for all flash memory this year, according to a new report.According to DRAMeXchange's latest forecast, NAND fl...

Get 42% off The Grillbot Automatic Grill Cleaning Robot – Deal...

If you're running out of ideas for Father's Day gifts, then consider this: The Grillbot.

Grillbot is the first automated grill cleaning robot.

Focus on your prep-work while it scrubs away in 10, 20 or 30-minute cleaning cycles.

Grillbot has a rechar...

Verizon’s $70 gigabit Internet is half the price of older 750Mbps...

FiOS customers on 750Mbps plan will get speed boost and automatic price cut.

XPan, I am your father

While we have previously written on the now infamous XPan ransomware family, some of it’s variants are still affecting users primarily located in Brazil.

This sample is what could be considered as the “father” of other XPan ransomware variants.

A considerable amount of indicators within the source code depict the early origins of this sample.

“Science Keeps America Great,” and the March for Science reminded us

The March for Science brought out great minds—and signs—at 600 events worldwide.

Hang out with a hologram of Sir David Attenborough thanks to...

"Hands-on" experience Hold the World coming soon to London's Natural History Museum.

Don’t get bit by zombie cloud data

The internet never forgets, which means data that should have been deleted doesn't always stay deleted.

Call it "zombie data," and unless your organization has a complete understanding of how your cloud providers handle file deletion requests, it ca...

IDG Contributor Network: Ubuntu Budgie 17.04 review

Foss Post reviews Ubuntu Budgie 17.04 Ubuntu 17.04 has gotten quite a bit of media coverage in recent days.

But one new spin of Ubuntu might be worth considering if you’re a fan of the Budgie desktop.Ubuntu Budgie 17.04 combines the power of Ubuntu with the unique Budgie desktop environment.M. Hanny Sabbagh has a full review of Ubuntu Budgie 17.04 for the Foss Post: Budgie is a new desktop interface forked out of GNOME Shell.
It is developed by the Solus team.
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IDG Contributor Network: Is it safe to install North Korea Linux?

Is it safe to install North Korea Linux? North Korea’s version of Linux (Red Star OS) has gotten quite a bit of media coverage, and it’s also attracted the attention of some Linux users. One user wondered in a Reddit thread if it was safe to install Red Star OS to check it out.Behemoth9 started the thread with this post: Is it safe to install Red Star OS?I've seen people install it and get it running in a VM and stuff and it looks interesting but does it report home? I really want to give it a whirl but I'd rather not have Kim Jong Un watching me.I know that it comes with a ton of built in spyware but does it work outside of the DPRK?To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

AMD launches 500-series graphics cards: RX 580 and RX 570 available...

Tweaked versions of the 400-series promise better clock speeds, more budget options.

The new MST3K isn’t the same show, but it’s same enough

There are some cobwebs to shake off, but MST3K's goofy spirit is fully intact.