Lorie Wimble

  Lorie is the "Liberal Voice" of Conservative Haven, a political blog, and has 2 astounding children. Find her on Twitter.

   

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Apple’s new patent could protect iPhones from police and robbers

Apple has filed a patent for a Touch ID-enabled security feature that would allow users to put their iPhone into “panic mode” by unlocking...
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Google’s email app can now write your replies for you

The whole reason Google released Inbox was to make emails as painless and simple as possible by acting almost like a virtual assistant, and...
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Twitter is ditching one of its oldest features so it can mimic Facebook

Twitter has been mimicking Facebook here and there for a while now, but this really takes the cake. The service decided to do away with...
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Microsoft is killing off its unlimited cloud storage plan

I hope you haven’t backed up a ton of stuff to OneDrive, because Microsoft just announced that it’s killing off the service’s unlimited cloud...
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Steam Machines are finally happening, and Alienware wants to be first

After numerous delays, and a lot of reworks, it looks like Steam Machines are actually going to be hitting the market this year. It’s...
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This moment-sharing has the potential to be the next Snapchat

With around 4.5 million users, Fling still has a long way to go before it rises to Snapchat’s level, but it has the potential to...
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Xiaomi might release a couple of Linux-powered laptops next year

Xiaomi offers a wide range of consumer electronics, and starting early next year, that’ll include a couple of laptops, which is rather odd when you...
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Amazon is considering launching its own line of clothing

Amazon’s attempts to release its own consumer electronics have been pretty successful, excluding the Fire Phone, but the company’s other attempts to make its...
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Europe’s horrendous net neutrality “protections” have been passed

Earlier today, the European Parliament voted in favor of its controversial net neutrality protections, the same ones that activists and technology companies have criticized for containing loopholes that could be...
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Bethesda will allow Fallout 4 to be pre-downloaded before its release

Fallout 4 is going to be a really, really big game, which is bad news for those of us who intend to purchase a...
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Electric vehicles may be what saves Acer from dying off

With how poorly the PC market has been doing in recent years, and how poorly Acer’s foray into the mobile market has been, it’s...
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Steve Ballmer: Microsoft is Apple’s only real competition

According to Steve Ballmer, all of the other technology companies out there are pansies that have given up on trying to seriously compete with...
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Physical copies of Fallout 4 won’t contain the entire game

If you’re one of the handful of people that still purchases physical copies of PC games, you’ll probably be a little upset to hear...
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The Nexus 5X is actually surprisingly modular and easy to repair

Those of you who pre-ordered the Nexus 5X may have already gotten your hands on it, but even though the smartphone is still brand...
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Twitter now lets users create their own custom polls

By keeping track of trending hashtags and scanning through tons of tweets, companies and organizations can use Twitter to gauge people’s interests and opinions, but doesn’t...
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Disney is launching its own Netflix-like subscription streaming service

Few companies have as many beloved movies and television shows in their arsenal of original content as Disney, which is why the company has decided to...
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Google Photos has more than 100 million users after just five months

Most services never even come close to having 100 million users, and the ones that do reach that coveted milestone only do so after...
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Microsoft wants people to give Windows 10’s default apps a shot

One of the first things people did when they installed Windows 7 or Windows 8 for the first time was replace Internet Explorer as the...
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