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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Alleged iPad mini 5 case leak shows off vertical camera cutout with room for flash, more – 9to5Mac

Just last week we heard a fresh report that said a new iPad mini may arrive in early 2019, with manufacturing already underway this month. Now, we’re seeing what could be the first  iPad mini…

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