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Saturday, April 5, 2014

Scam: ‘Lovers Got Caught and Watch the Punishment They Got’

The post Scam: ‘Lovers Got Caught and Watch the Punishment They Got’ by Jack Phillips, Epoch Times appeared first on The Epoch Times. A viral post that’s titled, “Lovers Got Caught and Watch the Punishment They Got” is a scam. “Lovers Got Caught and Watch the Punishment They Got … This is ... .

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Lenovo announced the Tab S8, a bargain-priced tablet with an Intel Atom processor. At $200, the Intel-powered Lenovo Tab S8 looks like a good value tablet originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading… ... more...


Courtesy: The Wall Street Journal


Opponents of California's high-speed bullet train asked the state's Supreme Court to review two challenges that would block billions of dollars for the controversial rail project backed by Gov. Jerry Brown. ... more...


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Formula E, a global racing series for electric cars, has the look of Formula One, but none of the noisy engines. ... more...


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Mascot and muse of the graffiti mecca 5Pointz, Baxter the black cat has a new owner and gets another life on social media. ... more...


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This is the fourth article in The History of Email series. This article exposes five myths about the origin of email: Myth #1: "Email was created on the ARPANET" Myth #2: "Ray Tomlinson invented 'email' and sent the first 'email'" Myth #3: "The '@' symbol equals the invention of 'email'" Myth #4: "RFCs demonstrate 'email' ... more...


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Greg Wyler, a key employee leading Google's efforts to beam Internet access from satellites has abruptly left the company and is now working closely with Space Exploration Technologies and its founder Elon Musk. ... more...


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Scientists can't seem to agree on what a quantum computer is. But the uncertainty hasn't deterred Google from backing a second major effort in the field. ... more...


Courtesy: The Washington Post


Data thieves leaked private pictures of some of Hollywood's top celebrities over the long weekend, raising some alarm bells about the security of what users keep in the cloud. Apple said in a statement Tuesday that its iCloud systems had not been breached; rather, the tech firm said thieves stole ... more...


Courtesy: Memphis Business Journal


The Home Depot Inc. may be the most recent retailer to have suffered a major credit card breach. Krebs on Security reported Sept. 2 a large cache of stolen data had appeared on black market sites. The breach was discovered after a new batch customer's credit cards labeled "American Sanctions" ... more...


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GE Co. won approval from the FDA to offer its 3-D breast-imaging technology in the U.S., the company said, adding substantial new competition to the fast-growing market dominated by Hologic Inc. ... more...


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Netflix Inc. has struck a deal with Time Warner Inc.'s Warner Bros. to secure streaming rights in all its territories for 'Gotham.' ... more...


Courtesy: Memphis Business Journal


The Manoa Innovation Center, Oahu’s first technology incubation center, is staying put after recently securing a new lease with its landlord, the University of Hawaii, although terms of the lease have not yet been worked out, the head of the High Technology Development Corp. told PBN on Tuesday. The Honolulu-based ... more...


Courtesy: Miami Herald


Apple said Tuesday that hackers obtained nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other female celebrities by pilfering images from individual accounts rather than through a broader attack on the company's services. ... more...


Courtesy: The Washington Times


BEIRUT (AP) - Internet video purports to show beheading of US reporter Steven Sotloff by Islamic State group. ... more...


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App Store Official Charts for the week ending September 1, 2014: Top Paid iPhone Apps: 1. Heads Up!, Warner Bros. 2. Minecraft - Pocket Edition, Mojang 3. Castle of Illusion Starring Mi..., Disney 4. Afterlight, Afterlight Collective, Inc 5. Sleep Cycle alarm clock, ... ... more...


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