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If you find your Windows computer waking from sleep for no apparent reason, your computer is either being woken up by a hardware device – such as your mouse — or scheduled task set to wake your computer.

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As usual, there’s yet another security hole in the Java Runtime Environment, and if you don’t disable your Java plugin, you’re at risk for being infected with malware. Here’s how to do it.

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The C: drive is the default installation location for Windows, if you have a CD/DVD drive on your machine it’s likely the D: drive, and any additional drives fall in line after that. What about the A: and B: drives?

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Just another happy carefree day in the neighborhood, right?

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Those early auditions definitely did not go so well… ‘Angry Camels’ anyone?

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Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

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If you’re looking to lighten the load on your pocket and banish the jingling of keys, this RFID-key hack makes your front door keycard accessible–and even supports groups and user privileges.

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Browser-based Evoland is, hands down, one of the more clever video game concepts to come across our desk. The game itself is a history of video games–as you play the game the game evolves from a limited 8-bit monochrome...

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What would things be like if you dug a tunnel completely through the Earth for travel purposes or if our planet were hollow? Minute Physics takes a look at how things would be if either of these scenarios actually existed.

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