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Project Spartan is Microsoft's new web browser for Windows 10

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As rumored, Microsoft will be introducing a new default web browser as part of Windows 10 — and it's not Internet Explorer.

The new browser, dubbed Project Spartan for now, represents a new era for Microsoft and its web browsing efforts.

Where the heck is hockey? Navigating this year's NHL broadcast schedule

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Looking for Leafs? Searching for Sens? There is more NHL hockey than ever on TV this year, and it’s on a lot more channels. Here is a quick guide to understanding when, where, and how you can access your favourite teams.



What you need to know about Shellshock

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The latest computer vulnerability is ranked as one of the most powerful exploits possible in the IT world, and one of the easiest to take advantage of.

But there aren't many direct countermeasures the average home and office user can take, security experts say, because it doesn’t affect the vast majority of end-user computing devices.  

No worries! New Unlimited Data plans now available

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Watch a lot of Netflix, play online games, or download a ton of music? Or does your home WiFi also get used for your family’s smartphones, tablets and laptops? Then you’re likely concerned about exactly how much data you’re using every month.
Based on feedback from our customers, we’ve taken the worry out of your online activity. Our new Unlimited Data plans allow you to surf, play or watch without the concern of going over your monthly data limit.

Worried about Heartbleed? You should be.

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All at once, it was a global crisis. And it's not over yet. WTC Technical Support has received many concerned inquiries from customers about this new online security threat. Let's talk about two main points:

1. All of WTC's systems and servers have been assessed and patched where required to protect against Heartbleed. That's the good news. But it's not the end of the story.