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Defend your computer against viruses and malwares with these five antivirus software for Windows 7.
Your computer is indeed one of the most prized possessions you may have. It had done so many things for you — either for entertainment or work-related. Thus, you should make sure to keep your machine well-protected and secured in order for it to endure its services. Perhaps one vital thing that you must add to your computer is the antivirus software. This piece of software could prevent your valuable device to any cyber attacks.
In this article, GADG collected five of the best Windows antivirus software, which you can use for your computer.
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Moshi Monsters, a two-year old online game has reached a very remarkable milestone: 50 million registered users.
Moshi Monsters, a social online game/community which allows kids aged 6 to 12 to adopt virtual pets, move around a virtual land called Monstro City, play games and earn virtual currency, as well as communicate with other users in a safe and moderated environment. The game also includes books, video games, trading cards and a Moshi magazine. Pretty soon toys will be available as well. Moshi will also begin to invade the music scene, TV, film, and hold live tours.
London-based startup Mind Candy, the founder of the game, reports that Moshi has has more than 15 million registered users North America alone. That is out of the total 50 million users. It appears that, the game gets one signup per second.
Fifty million is a pretty large community, but it makes sense bearing in mind the rise of the digital native we have been privy to lately. Last October, a study conducted by Internet security firm AVG found that 92% of children in the U.S. have an online presence by the time they are two, compared to only 73% in Western Europe.View Article Source »
Based on a study conducted by AVG, infants make their debut online even before they reach their toddler years.
Who says baby are not affected with the dominance of social media? According to study conducted by the Internet security firm AVG, 82 percent of children in 10 Western countries have already made their online debut even before they reach the age of 2.
The United States topped the survey made with 92 percent of new born American babies whose pictures appear online. New Zealand follows with 91 percent and then Canada and Australia with 84 percent.Read the rest of the article »
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