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Video: Tech Hygiene Bad Habits, 3D Stock Portfolios

This Week In 60 Seconds looks at bad tech hygiene habits, using Oculus Rift for 3D stock portfolios, security risks during the holiday shopping season, and more.

See our one-minute wrap-up of tech stories, including tips for cleaner tech devices, a new app that turns financial data into a 3D landscape, threats to holiday shoppers and retailers, and how online games are reshaping network demands.

You can find links to the full stories below. And don't forget to answer our question of the week: What's your worst tech hygiene habit? Let us know in the comments section.

Tech Hygiene: 10 Bad Habits To Break

Fidelity Debuts Oculus Rift-Based Virtual Investment App

Retail Hacking: What To Expect This Holiday Season

Gaming Will Level Up The Network

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11/22/2014 | 8:02:46 PM
Video Gaming
Video gaming creates a huge demand on network resources, but it might turn out that a video game or network simulator is created that helps network engineers to test events on a scale that is not possible in a lab, for instance, millions of low latency devices that appear on the network to share their data in the IoT at a certain point in time of the day.
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11/21/2014 | 2:58:17 PM
Tech hygiene
One thing the tech hygiene story commenst taught me is that water is indeed the leading killer of smartphones.
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