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Facebook Launches Amber Alerts To Help Find Missing Children

Facebook users in the U.S. will soon receive Amber Alerts to help find missing children who may be located near them. Facebook Inc. is working with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to send the alerts to users’ mobile phones if they are in a search area where a child has been abducted. Facebook says people are already using its site to encourage their friends and family...

Microsoft Kills "Mainstream Support" Windows 7

Sorry fans, the ride is almost over, says world's top PC OS maker; venerable OS enters extended support era, will hit EOL in 2020   Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) has two words for consumer holdouts who don't care for Windows 8.1 and aren't overly impressed by Windows 10 -- "too bad".   The Redmond, Wash.-based software and service giant stuck to its guns ending mainstream support of Windows 7 today...

Added the Snippet section and submission form back

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Firefox's Switch On Searches Aids Yahoo

Yahoo Inc.’s share of the search market in the United States climbed above 10 percent last month as the search engine became the default option on the latest version of the Firefox browser.The news was followed last week by a letter from an investor expressing concern about the direction of the company in the wake of media reports that it is considering acquiring cable-TV networks.Yahoo claimed...

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PLAY: More Than 2,000 Classic MS-DOS Games Now Available in Your Browser for Free

The Internet Archive exists to preserve a library of digital content — just as a brick-and-mortar library or a museum preserves physical items — that are culturally significant. And games — of course — fall into that category. Ask any gamer what was the first game he played, or the first game he fell in love with, and sit back and prepare for the passion.   Now gamers older and younger...