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  1. MG.ORG Status Updates
    Hello all, We are reaching out to let our communities know that we have moved the site off our current hosting platform to Google Cloud today. If you notice any issues, please report them in the Community to Team section and we will get them addressed ASAP. Thanks in advance, Your Community...
  2. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    I rolled the dice on the 3 AP bundle of these, and it works fantastic. My house looks like this: My cablemodem is above my garage, on the far left of the house against the backyard corner wall (that's my family room). My office is on the opposite side of the house, upstairs, and my desk is...
  3. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    Just got Google Fiber a week or so ago. It's fucking fast, at least on my Wireless AC devices. Best I've gotten so far is on my work laptop: Not too shabby for WiFi. My file server is also my media PC for my bedroom, so it can't be connected directly to the Google Fiber box which is on the...
  4. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    Starting with YouTube! Google is dropping its Google+ requirement across all products, starting with YouTube | VentureBeat | Social | by Emil Protalinski It seems they finally realized it was an unwise idea to force adoption of Google+.
  5. General Music Discussion
    I just signed up (actually got two months as part of a PayPal promotion) and downloaded a bunch of albums for free. Unlimited downloads for the duration, and no obligation to remain subscribed once the trial ends...
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    I already have the CD but still added this to my google play for free...
  8. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    Former Google+ engineer: We f***ed up -
  9. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    So, when I first discovered Phonebloks I thought it was an amazing idea that I thought would never take off. Wow was I wrong. I am simply amazed at what they've got so far. They are hoping to release it next year too! I'm due for an upgrade in August....I think I just found my phone. :yesway:
  10. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    Inbox by Gmail - the inbox that works for you A friend gave me an invite. It's slick. Despite being a very early version, I'm considering using it exclusively (i.e. dropping the huge number of gmail labels and forwarding rules).
  11. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    Hey, I remember you saying that one of the media players worked better than the other for the Raspberry Pi. I'm going to China for a week, and since their TV stations suck, I want to load up a 128GB USB stick with movies, and stick it on the Pi. Was it OpenELEC that was the better one?
  12. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    I'm not sure if you have to open the app up and look, or if it's like push notifications - that would be really annoying. Google notifies you if stores selling things you've been looking at online. This seems to invasive to me. Google Now Shows Nearby Stores with Products You've Searched...
  13. General Music Discussion
    Evergrey. Pagan's mind. Shadow gallery. Katatonia. Myrath. I've never heard of any of these bands before... What other awesome music have I been missing?
  14. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    I was getting ready to go out earlier today and Chrome was working as usual, before I left I put the computer in standby mode and left. I come home and move the mouse to wake the computer up and go into chrome and there's ads from "bettersurf?" all over the place. I ran Norten Power Eraser and...
  15. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    Home of Armor - Google Drive Integrated Encryption for Files and Docs | Innovode Ltd Is anyone here familiar with this? Is it as secure and seamless as advertised? I haven't seen it mentioned on any of the security blogs I follow...
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    Chrome 32 brings a Chrome OS-style 'desktop' to Windows 8 I loaded it on my tablet, it's pretty good. The dock at the bottom is really handy, and it's a lot less buggy than the Metro version of IE. The only thing I miss from IE is the text prediction/autocorrect... but that just means I have to...
  17. Art, Movies, Books, TV & Media Click the "play" icon to play the game. I did it (badly) in 16:50
  18. Computers, Electronics, Gaming & IT
    Nexus 5 leaked on Google Play: $349 for 16GB | Ars Technica Looks really nice, and $350 for a 16GB unlocked phone? Damn, that's cheap. Pure Android is still the only way to go for Android, IMO.
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