Google study shows how your account is most likely to be hijacked – Engadget


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Google study shows how your account is most likely to be hijacked
Engadget
Security threats like phishing, keylogging and third-party breaches are pretty common knowledge. Google wanted to gain a better understanding of how hijackers steal passwords and other sensitive data in the wild, though, so it conducted an analysis of …
How To Prevent Your Email Account Being Hacked? Google Study ExplainsInternational Business Times


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Need for Speed: Payback can’t avoid its own bankruptcy – Ars Technica


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Need for Speed: Payback can't avoid its own bankruptcy
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Enlarge / Derelicts start weak but are potentially some of the most powerful cars in the game—assuming you grind enough. Electronic Arts · reader comments 0. Share this story. Game details. Developer: Ghost Games Publisher: Electronic Arts Platform: …
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Need for Speed Payback Review – Tuned up but Not Quite Turbo InjectedCOGconnected
Gears Of Biz –GamersBliss.com (blog) –Develop
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Microsoft CEO tells iPad users to ‘get a real computer’ – CNET


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Microsoft CEO tells iPad users to 'get a real computer'
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Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. He likes to tell a joke or two. Drew Angerer/Getty Images. There's been so much news this week, what with the XBox One X being
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Mixed Reality Is The Endgame Of Computing: Microsoft CEOAndroid Headlines
Microsoft's Nadella gives some glimpses behind the curtain in 'Hit Refresh'Santa Maria Times
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Scientists make terrifying discovery in the Atlantic Ocean – Morning Ticker


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Scientists make terrifying discovery in the Atlantic Ocean
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Scientists have come across a live frilled shark, a very rare creature that has remained essentially unchanged for 80 million years. Scientists have made an astonishing discovery off the coast of Portugal, finding a “living fossil” that is super-rare
European researchers find an ancient shark in PortugalPulse Headlines


Prehistoric, Dinosaur-Era Shark With Insane Teeth Found Swimming Off Coast of PortugalDeathRattleSports.com
Ocean's Scary Depths: Monstrous Neighbor of Dinosaurs Caught Off PortugalSputnik International
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iPhone X Issues, Problems: Smartphone Becomes Unresponsive in Cold Weather; Apple Promises Fix Is Underway – Christian Post


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iPhone X Issues, Problems: Smartphone Becomes Unresponsive in Cold Weather; Apple Promises Fix Is Underway
Christian Post
Several iPhone X users have recently complained that their new smartphones suddenly became unresponsive when they were in places with cold temperatures. Apple has confirmed they are aware of the issue and has promised to release a fix. Recently …
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US rocket launch aborted after small plane enters airspace – BBC News


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US rocket launch aborted after small plane enters airspace
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A rocket launch in Virginia was aborted at the last moment when a small aircraft flew into restricted airspace. The unmanned cargo ship was about to be launched en route to the International Space Station (ISS) when mission control called "abort, abort
Orbital ATK Aborts Rocket Launch to Space Station Due to Wayward PlaneSpace.com


NASA Rocket Launch to International Space Station Delayed by Stray PlaneNewsweek
Wayward plane blocks space station launchCBS News
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Dinosaurs extinct because asteroid hit the wrong spot on Earth, scientists say – USA TODAY


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Dinosaurs extinct because asteroid hit the wrong spot on Earth, scientists say
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Dinosaurs might still be roaming the Earth if the celestial object that smashed into the present-day Gulf of Mexico had hit almost anywhere else on the planet. By hitting the rocky terrain of the Yucatan Peninsula about 65 million years ago, however
Dino-Killing Asteroid Hit Just the Right Spot to Trigger ExtinctionNational Geographic


Dinosaurs might not have gone extinct if the asteroid hit elsewhere, scientists claimSacramento Bee
Dinosaur-Killing Space Rock Created Dramatic Temperature DropSpace.com
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