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The bull run’s not over — but curb your enthusiasm: Traders

Stocks have staged a massive comeback from their mid-February lows — and that has lit a fire underneath some of Wall Street’s biggest bulls. Last week, an encouraging U.S. jobs report helped blue chip stocks end a turbulent two-month stretch, with the Dow Jones Industrials closing above the psychologically-key 17,000 level for the first time since early January. The S&P ... Read More »

Linksys EA7500 Wi-Fi router review: MU-MIMO made affordable (but no more useful)

Linksys thinks MU-MIMO is the EA7500’s key selling point. It’s not. While this might be the least-expensive router to support MU-MIMO, that technology is just too new and under-supported on the client side to be anything other than a checklist item. Fortunately for Linksys, the EA7500 includes most of the features that do matter, and it delivers strong performance in general—particularly in the ... Read More »

Rumor says HTC One M10 won’t be unveiled at MWC, but sometime in March

As we get closer and closer to MWC, we’ve seen a lot of leaks about the Samsung Galaxy S7and even the LG G5. Both of these smartphones are expected to become official at MWC, so that makes sense. However, HTC’s successor to the One M9 from last year has been completely absent from the rumors. And now we may have ... Read More »

Windows 10 build 14251 fixes gaming bugs, but the roadmap for older phones is unclear

Windows Insiders who skipped the build 11102 of Windows 10 because of game-related bugs finally have some good news: Build 14251, released today, fixes those. What Microsoft hasn’t fixed on, though, is a timetable for deploying Windows 10 to older phones. For now, the company says it’s focusing on its recent flagship devices. The substantial jump in build numbers from ... Read More »

Flash video is ‘on life support,’ but big sites won’t let go

As a video format, Adobe Flash is almost gone for good. According to a report by Encoding.com, Flash accounted for just 6 percent of video output last year, down 15 percent from 2014. Today, it’s mainly used for legacy browsers, banner ads, and some specific edge cases. “We expect to see the Flash video codec disappear completely from our report ... Read More »

Growing Up Can Be an Option, But Growing Taller Is A Necessity

Human growth differs from one person to another. It is good to be tall, but it can be really embarrassing for someone who is very short heighted. Friends often crank you up when you are not able to reach something because of your height. This can become insulting sometimes, but no one understands that. However, every problem has a solution ... Read More »