In a battle of product pitches, between biodegrable cat boxes, sensory toys, toothy compost bins, and other gizmos, two products emerge victorious.
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Did you know that emptying the Recycle Bin doesn't really delete files on your computer? The PC more or less forgets about the file...but recovery software can get your sensitive files back. That's where File Shredder comes in. This program lets you easily and securely delete files with the click of a button.
Apple asks judge to overrule Samsung's objections about allowing the jury to learn about Samsung's history of deleting e-mail evidence going back to 2004.
Passbook provides one place for tickets and coupons, with alerts for updates such as plane delays or the proximity of a merchant for whom the user has a card.
The DTV Shredder is a motorized skateboard that looks like a cross between a Segway, a skateboard, and Johnny 5 from the "Short Circuit" movies.
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Deleting files doesn't remove then permanently from your computer. There are plenty of options for securely removing files, but EraserDrop makes it easy to drag and drop files to oblivion.