Tech Thoughts Daily Net News – September 26, 2013

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Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7″ vs. Google Nexus 7; Upgrading XP machine to Windows 8; Yelp: 20% of reviews are fake; SSD upgrades deliver huge performance gains; Microsoft cuts Xbox 360 price by $50; Popular iOS e-mail app has serious bug; Data Broker Giants Hacked; Target Ticket video service launches; John McAfee wants to make the Internet unhackable; Vatican: Jesus did Twitter before Twitter did Twitter.

Pew: 15% Of Americans Don’t Have Internet. 5% Think It’s Irrelevant – Five percent of Americans have resisted the siren song of cat listicles and hashtags. Specifically, they think the Internet is “irrelevant,” to use words of Pew, which just released a report on the demographic of Americans without Internet. In total, 15% of Americans don’t go online for a variety of reasons. By far the largest reason is that it’s a “waste of time”.

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