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Need to send sensitive information through email? Normal email messages can be intercepted or hacked before reaching the recipient. However, you can use a free extension for Google Chrome, called SafeGmail, that allows you to send encrypted emails to anyone.

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The International Space Station is roughly the size of a football field with a sizable 30,000 cubic feet of pressurized space inside. Watch this video to take an in-depth tour of the Station.

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There are tons of great retro game emulators for the Android platform, put using the touch screen as a game controller is a lackluster solution. This fun electronics hack turns an old Game Boy into a case/controller for your phone.

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Monitoring everything someone else does may not ‘seem’ so bad, but it evolves into a whole new situation when things are suddenly reversed!

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Declare your love of retro gaming in all that you do; follow this DIY guide to creating Tetris-inspired ice cubes.

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The NTFS file system used by Windows has a built-in compression feature known as NTFS compression. With a few clicks, you can compress files, making them take up less space on your hard drive. Best of all, you can still access the files normally.

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Windows comes prepackaged with a ton of handy run-dialog shortcuts to help you launch apps and tools right from the run box; is it possible to add in your own custom shortcuts?

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Pacman, Black, Dark Knight [The Paper Wall]

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What someone says and what they really mean can be two very different things when it comes to Facebook…

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What would shopping at the local super market be like if real-life shopping mirrored the online shopping experience? A bit frustrating according to this entertaining take on the experience.

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Suddenly the shortage of bottles in Hyrule and the absurd surplus of pots makes sense–clearly the CEO of the Hyrule Bottle Company was a visionary.

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Windows has come a long way since version 1.0 and now you can take a quick visual trip through desktop O.S. and server release history with this video from YouTube user compdude100.

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If the Curiosity Rover is having trouble finding life on Mars, it may just be that it isn’t looking deep enough.

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Open home Wi-Fi networks are still too common. The situation has improved as wireless router manufacturers began shipping with wireless passwords enabled by default, but there are still too many unsecured Wi-Fi networks out there.

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The Windows Aero Glass interface for Windows 7 or Vista requires a decent video card, you won’t be able to use it on an old clunker computer. For those worried about performance, sometimes squeezing every last drop requires disabling Aero.

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If you aren’t a programmer you might have never thought about all that stuff in the URL when you visit Gmail, but after years of noticing this, I finally decided to look it up. Turns out it actually does stand for something.

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