New BadRabbit ransomware spreads through Eastern Europe – The Verge


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New BadRabbit ransomware spreads through Eastern Europe
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A new ransomware attack named BadRabbit is spreading through Russia, Ukraine, and other Eastern European countries. Targeting corporate networks, computer systems for the Kiev Metro, Ukraine's Odessa International Airport, several Russian media …
Russian News Hacked To Launch Global Ransomware AttackForbes


New ransomware attack hits Russia and spreads around globeCNNMoney
A new ransomware attack called Bad Rabbit looks related to NotPetyaTechCrunch
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See Assassin’s Creed Origins On Xbox One X In New Gameplay Video – GameSpot


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See Assassin's Creed Origins On Xbox One X In New Gameplay Video
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We're nearing the release of Assassin's Creed Origins, with the launch of Xbox One X not much further off. Provided you're patient enough to wait for the latter, you'll be able to take advantage of Xbox One X enhancements in Origins, a taste of which
Assassin's Creed Origins pre-reviewPolygon


Can Assassin's Creed still work after Zelda: Breath of the Wild? GamesBeat DecidesVentureBeat
Gaming's Fall Season Ain't What It Used to BeWIRED
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Amazon Echo Plus review: You’ll probably want the standard Echo instead – TechCrunch


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Amazon Echo Plus review: You'll probably want the standard Echo instead
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The new Echo is a no-brainer. It's smaller, sounds and looks better and, most importantly, it's significantly cheaper than its predecessor. It was a long-awaited and much welcomed update to the line. The Echo Plus, on the other hand, is more baffling
Amazon Echo (2nd gen) review: smaller and cheaper, but mostly the sameThe Verge


Alexa VP: Voice won't kill the graphical user interfaceVentureBeat
Google Assistant Gets 50+ Voice Games, ActivitiesPCMag
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Paul Weitz, astronaut who helped repair Skylab and commanded space shuttle, dies at 85 – Washington Post


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Paul Weitz, astronaut who helped repair Skylab and commanded space shuttle, dies at 85
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Paul Weitz, an astronaut who took part in a tension-filled mission to repair the Skylab orbiting laboratory in 1973 and who returned to space 10 years later as commander of the space shuttle Challenger on its maiden voyage, died Oct. 22 at his home in …
The United States Has Lost One of Its Greatest AstronautsGizmodo


Challenger, Skylab astronaut Paul Weitz dies at 85CNN
Paul Weitz: Skylab and shuttle astronaut dies aged 85BBC News
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Prince’s Private Photographer Releases New Book

Revered photographer and close confidant to the illustrious Prince, Afshin Shahidi has released a new book titled Prince: A Private View. The novel contains exclusive photographs of the late rock star in his home element and on stage. More than a year after the renowned musician’s death, Shahidi is dropping never before seen pictures of his […]

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Want Apple’s iPhone X Before It Sells Out? Here’s What You Should Do – TIME


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Want Apple's iPhone X Before It Sells Out? Here's What You Should Do
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Apple's long-awaited iPhone X will finally be available to preorder starting October 27, ahead of its November 3 launch. Apple's new smartphones usually sell out quickly, but the iPhone X may be particularly difficult to find this year due to reported
YouTube vlog provides close-up look at iPhone X ahead of launch, from inside Caffè Macs [updated]9to5Mac


Switch and bait: Apple wants us to wait in line for iPhone X so it can sell iPhone 8sMacworld
iPhone X or iPhone 8? Price, size, camera all factor in your buying decisionZDNet
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Amid Russian investigation, Twitter is making all of its ads public – Washington Post


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Amid Russian investigation, Twitter is making all of its ads public
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SAN FRANCISCO — Amid federal investigations into Russian meddling in the U.S. election, Twitter is making all of its ads public, along with who published them and how much was spent, the company said Tuesday. The move, which follows a similar …
Twitter to label election ads after US regulatory threatReuters


Twitter Shows Who Pays for Ads Amid Election Meddling ProbeBloomberg
Twitter to disclose info on political ads as Russia scrutiny intensifiesUSA TODAY
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