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Plex TV

Plex becomes a free streaming movie service

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Over the years Plex has become the almost perfect solution for playing any multimedia content, but normally asked users to upload the content manually. Now Plex turns its strategy...
Cybercrime

The most famous cyberattacks in history

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Figures on cybersecurity incidents are steadily increasing. Globally, in the last year there have been 350% more ransomware attacks (about 74.15 billion dollars in losses). We are increasingly connected...
Facebook Viewpoints

No one wants to respond to Facebook surveys so now they pay their users...

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Facebook has launched a new market research 'app' called Facebook Viewpoints that allows users to earn financial rewards in exchange for participating in surveys, research and the testing of...
Broadband

Which country has the fastest broadband in the world?

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In today’s ever-growing world, people use broadband more than ever. Children use the internet to watch funny clips, to chat with friends, or to carry out research for school....
Greengrocers

How to sell in social networks

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We should see social networks as a resource to attract customers, and not just as a place to sell, as it is easier to sell thanks to social networks...
Personal data list

One of the biggest data leaks in history: a billion accounts

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Very bad news. Data from more than 1,200,000 people around the world has been leaked, information that seemed to come from the same organization, according to DataViper, a company...
Facial recognition

The security breaches of fingerprint reader and facial recognition

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The identification by physical characteristics of the user using biometric technologies (whether fingerprint, iris, facial recognition or voice recognition) has given rise to an expanding business sector. Thus, the...
Botnet

Dexphot, malware in nearly 80,000 computers to mine crypto currencies

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The antivirus and malware division of Microsoft has drawn the attention of the cybersecurity sector to the threat represented by a botnet of crypto currency mined that have detected...
Twitter logos

Twitter will remove inactive accounts to free usernames

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The social network Twitter announced on Tuesday that next month will remove accounts that have not been used in the last half year, to "release" usernames that are currently...
Employees laptops

The ‘insider risk’: 60% of cyber-attacks originate from employees

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Cyber-attacks are the order of the day in companies and institutions around the world. Normally, companies manage technological risk (they have antivirus, firewalls...) but do not take into account...
Nintendo switch

A lot of indie games will reach Switch in the first half of 2020

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It's the console of the moment and indies also want to take their games to the controllers of the Nintendo Switch. At the Indie...
Sekiro Shadows Die Twice

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice wins Best Game of the Year award

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, developed by FromSoftware and published by Activision, won Best Video Game of the Year at the "The Game Awards" gala...

How to make deep learning into huge datasets

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A new approach could make it easier to train computer for “extreme classification problems” like speech translation and answering general questions, researchers say. The divide-and-conquer...
Online shopping dark patterns

What are the “dark patterns” used by online shops?

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“Dark patterns” meant to push people shopping online into spending more are startlingly common, according to a new study. The researchers found that dark patterns...
Iraq protests

What’s going on in Iraq these days?

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The short-term spark that set the protests off was the demotion of a prominent commander in the Iraqi Counter-Terrorism Service, or Golden Division, Abdel-Wahab...
Stardust

We, the whole Earth, is really made of red giants’ stardust

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The Earth is partly made from stardust from red giant stars, researchers report. They can also explain why the Earth contains more of this stardust...
Financial infidelity

Hiding purchases, debt, and savings constitute “financial infidelity” with your partner?

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New research digs into when hiding purchases, debt, and savings constitute “financial infidelity,” and provides a means for predicting its occurrence within relationships. The study...

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