How to browse the web securely and privately – TechCrunch

So you want to browse the web securely and privately? Here’s a hard truth: it’s almost impossible. It’s not just your internet provider that knows which sites you visit, it’s also the government — and other governments! And when it’s not them, it’s social med…

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NES version of SimCity released to the public after over 25 years – Nintendo Wire

The Video Game History Foundation has done the world a great service this Christmas by making a playable ROM of the NES prototype SimCity available to the public. Originally thought to be lost to the world, the unfinished game was last seen by playtesters at …

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Google Home Hub is just $79 ($70 off) on Google Express with discount code for new customers – Android Police

The past few weeks have seen a ton of deals on the Google Home Hub. Most of those have been bundles with other products, like the Home Mini, though many of you simply don’t need any more Home Minis. However, a Google Express coupon for new customers brings the

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