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    Best WordPress Plugins for Anti Spam

    You’ve finally done it, your site is gaining traction, and you’re getting more traffic than ever before. However, once your site starts to pick up your traffic, you might also notice the rise of something else, too: spam comments. If you run a WordPress blog or website and have comments enabled, then you’re probably well aware of the spam comments that fill your inbox. These can be a nuisance to sort through and delete yourself, but you don’t want to stop moderating comments and have spam comments fill up your site. Luckily, if you’re using WordPress, then there’s a way around this. There are dozens of anti-spam plugins you can…

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    This week in games: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 gets battle royale, Stalker 2 teased

    Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII If last week was the week of E3 rumors, this is the week of delays. Phoenix Point, Metro: Exodus, and Skull & Bones were all pushed back this week, meaning the first few months of 2019 are already looking busy. There’s also a metric ton of Call of Duty news this week (including a battle royale confirmation), plus teases about Outlast III and Stalker 2, No Man’s Sky getting co-op multiplayer, Sea of Thieves and a giant shark, and details on SteamVR’s new controller mapping options. This is gaming news for May 14 to 18. [ Further reading: These 20 absorbing PC games will eat days of your life ] Call of Duty: Battle Royale MENTIONED IN THIS ARTICLE Call…

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    The best CPUs for gaming.

    Buying a processor for a gaming rig isn’t as hard as it used to be. Now that AMD’s Ryzen and Intel’s 8th-gen CPUs debuted with more performance and cores than ever before, it’s hard to buy a stinker these days—especially since most games favor graphics firepower over CPU oomph. But all that said, there are specific chips that stand out from the horde as the best gaming CPUs due to their price, performance, or nifty extras.

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    The 100 Best Android Apps of 2017

    The Google Play app store is a little bit like a galaxy of software. From a distance, the sheer number of apps is staggering, and it’s hard to take them all in at once. But zoom in on any one of those apps, and the distance between them, in terms of features and quality, is vast. Consider: If you looked at an app from Google Play every second, without stopping, it would take more than 40 days to see all 3.5 million of its apps. That’s hardly a good use of time. Instead, you can study our list of the 100 essential apps that you need for every Android phone.…

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    The 25 Best Apps of the Year So Far (iphone – IOS)

    The 25 Best Apps of the Year So Far iphone – IOS 25. Mobile Passport CBP; Photo Illustration by TIME The last thing you want after a long international flight is to get stuck in an hours-long customs line. But here’s a travel hack for you: Download the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Mobile Passport app before your next trip. On your way back, pop it open and answer a few questions about your trip. (They’re the same questions you’d be asked anyway.) Then, when you land at one of 23 select airports, you’ll find a special Mobile Passport lane that’s almost always far shorter than the regular customs line.…

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    Best Android antivirus? The top 10 tools

    The following are the 10 best antivirus tools for Android, according to AV-TEST’s November 2017 evaluations of 21 Android security apps. (The AV-TEST Institute is a Germany-based independent service provider of IT security and antivirus research.) Each Android antivirus software app listed below received perfect protection and usability scores of 6.0. The apps are in alphabetical order. 1. Avast Mobile Security 6.7 Avast Mobile Security 6.7 managed Android malware detection in real-time 99.8 percent of the time, compared to an industry average of 94.8 percent. It found the latest Android malware discovered during the previous four weeks 100 percent of the time, versus the industry average of 96.9 percent. The…

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    How to protect your PC from the major Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws

    A pair of nasty CPU flaws exposed this week have serious ramifications for home computer users. Meltdown and Spectre let attackers access protected information in your PC’s kernel memory, potentially revealing sensitive details like passwords, cryptographic keys, personal photos and email, or anything else you’ve used on your computer. It’s a serious flaw. Fortunately, CPU and operating system vendors pushed out patches fast, and you can protect your PC from Meltdown and Spectre to some degree. It’s not a quick one-and-done deal, though. They’re two very different CPU flaws that touch every part of your operating system, from hardware to software to the operating system itself. Check out PCWorld’s Meltdown…