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Hillicon Valley: House Intel panel will release Russia interviews | T-Mobile, Sprint step up merger push | DHS cyber office hosting webinars on China…

Hillicon Valley: House Intel panel will release Russia interviews | T-Mobile, Sprint step up merger push | DHS cyber office hosting webinars on China | Nest warns customers to shore up password security | TheHill  The HillWelcome to Hillicon Valley, The Hill’s newsletter detailing all you need to know about the tech and cyber news from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley. If you don’t … Continue reading

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2018’s 10 worst password offenders – PropertyCasualty360

2018’s 10 worst password offenders  PropertyCasualty360Passwords are the first and often only line of defense between hackers and an individual’s personal information. Continue reading

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30 things that might be obsolete by 2020 – Pulse Nigeria

30 things that might be obsolete by 2020  Pulse NigeriaDevices that have only one use like calculators, alarm clocks, and digital cameras are being replaced by smartphones. Phone chargers and headphones with … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: The Rise, Fall & Death of Google Plus – Search Engine Journal

In Memoriam: The Rise, Fall & Death of Google Plus  Search Engine JournalDid you think Google Plus was a social network? It wasn’t. At all. Here’s the real story of the rise, fall, and death of Google Plus. Continue reading

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Here’s how to easily ditch your iPhone for Android – KnowTechie

Here’s how to easily ditch your iPhone for Android  KnowTechieMaking the change from iPhone to Android can feel like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to. Check out our guide for a smooth transition. Continue reading

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Trump, Google, United Nations are among 2018’s worst password offenders – ZDNet

Trump, Google, United Nations are among 2018’s worst password offenders  ZDNetSome of the biggest names in politics and tech are responsible for this year’s worst security gaffes. Continue reading

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Justice Dept IG blames FBI-wide software failure for missing Strzok-Page messages – Fox News

Justice Dept IG blames FBI-wide software failure for missing Strzok-Page messages  Fox NewsIn a comprehensive report issued Thursday, the Department of Justice’s internal watchdog blamed technical glitch for a swath of missing text messages between … Continue reading

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Here are the Top 10 Worst 2018 Password Offenders – The Mac Observer

Here are the Top 10 Worst 2018 Password Offenders  The Mac ObserverDashlane put together a list of the top 10 worst 2018 password offenders. People, states, and companies make the list. Continue reading

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2018’s worst password fails revealed – BetaNews

2018’s worst password fails revealed  BetaNewsDespite newer technologies, most of us still rely on passwords to secure our accounts. We are not, however, very good at choosing them or looking after them. Continue reading

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‘They weren’t deleted like Hillary Clinton’s’: Trump defends daughter Ivanka’s use of a private email account for government business – Business…

‘They weren’t deleted like Hillary Clinton’s’: Trump defends daughter Ivanka’s use of a private email account for government business  Business InsiderTrump defended his daughter Ivanka’s use of private email to conduct government business, saying her emails “weren’t deleted like Hillary Clinton’s.” Continue reading

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Trump has two ‘secure’ iPhones, but the Chinese are still listening – TechCrunch

Trump has two ‘secure’ iPhones, but the Chinese are still listening  TechCrunchPresident Trump has three iPhones — two of them are “secure” and his third is a regular personal device. But whenever the commander-in-chief takes a call, his … Continue reading

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Trump disputes book’s portrayal of White House dysfunction – The Seattle Times

The Seattle TimesTrump disputes book’s portrayal of White House dysfunctionThe Seattle TimesKey allies have pushed back against the book, which quotes Trump aides disparaging the president’s judgment and claiming they plucked papers off his desk to prevent him from withdrawing from a pair of trade agreements. Those issuing denials, at least …and more » Continue reading

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Hands On With the Google Titan Security Key – Tom’s Hardware

Tom’s HardwareHands On With the Google Titan Security KeyTom’s HardwareI for one do a lot of my work using Gmail, Docs and Sheets. The Titan Key is also compatible … The Bluetooth key did work when my colleague tried it on an Android phone, but I’ve never been able to pair it with my iPhone. For me, the Titan Key is …and more » Continue reading

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Report: PA Priests Abused 1000+ Kids – DTN The Progressive Farmer (blog)

Report: PA Priests Abused 1000+ KidsDTN The Progressive Farmer (blog)The grand jury heard from dozens of witnesses and reviewed more than a half-million pages of internal diocesan documents, including reports by bishops to Vatican officials disclosing the details of abusive priests that they had not made public or …and more » Continue reading

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The Unlikely Activists Who Took On Silicon Valley — and Won – New York Times

New York TimesThe Unlikely Activists Who Took On Silicon Valley — and WonNew York TimesSmart exploitation of all that data allowed Facebook to target advertising better than almost anyone, and by 2015, the company was earning $4 billion a year from mobile advertising. Starting … Relying on thousands of documents provided by Edward … Continue reading

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