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CNETAdultFriendFinder Exposed in Data Hack
When it comes to personal information you definitely don't want spilling onto the Internet, your sex life is pretty high on that list. And yet, for users of the suggestive dating website AdultFriendFinder, that nightmare may be coming true. A hacker leaked data from ...
Adult Dating Website Hacked; Up to 4 Million Affected
"Adult" dating site hacked, millions of profiles exposed
Dating Website Adult FriendFinder Hacked
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Google's stuffed animals would control your appliances (and talk to your kids) - Christian Science Monitor
Christian Science MonitorGoogle's stuffed animals would control your appliances (and talk to your kids)
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A patent filed by Google speculates that mechanical toys, whose embedded microphones would be constantly listening for spoken cues, could be installed in children's bedrooms. By Jeff Ward-Bailey, Correspondent May 22, 2015. close. The Google X patent ...
Google's Designed an Intelligent Robot Teddy Bear That Can Recognize You
Google patents smart 'toys' that could spy on children and control home
Google patents 'creepy' internet toys to run the home
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FortuneHere's great news if you have an old iPhone
The new iPhone 4 is displayed at the 2010 Apple World Wide Developers conference June 7, 2010 in San Francisco, California. Justin Sullivan Getty Images. iPhone 4S owners, rejoice. The newest version of Apple's mobile operating system is reportedly ...
Report: iOS 9 to Play Nice With Older iPhones, iPads
Apple could give old iPhones and iPads new life with iOS 9
Apple's iOS 9 Could Herald A New Future For Older iPhones And iPads
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InquirerFacebook users can now see biographical information from new friends
Facebook has updated its messenger application wherein the users will now see publicly shared biographical information like current city and job title at the top of message threads from people they have not chatted before. By: ANI | Washington | May 22, ...
Facebook Adds Caller ID to Messenger App
Who's That? Facebook Messenger Adds 'Caller ID'
Facebook brings context to messaging with 'caller ID' for Messenger
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InformationWeekGoogle: Your Password Security Questions Are Terrible
You might want to think twice about using an easy-to-remember security question for your protected accounts, according to a Google study. Windows 10 Patch Strategy: IT Dream Or Nightmare? (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Despite the ...
Security question answers are less secure than the passwords they help protect
Google: Account Recovery Security Questions Not Very Secure
Your password isn't safe. Your secret question is even less safe
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MacworldUber's first autonomous car goes out for a test drive
If everything goes according to Uber's master plan, pretty soon you won't have to sit through having to make small talk with a human when you take one of their rides. The ride-sharing giant has set up a research and development outpost in Pittsburgh, and its ...
What Mysterious Uber Test Vehicle Was Doing in Pittsburgh
Uber is One Step Closer to Picking You Up in a Self Driving Car
Uber's experimental driverless car spotted driving on a public road for the first time
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TIMEWhy Apple's New TV Service May Be Delayed
Apple's long quest to get a slice of the television business may have just gotten a bit longer. According to a report in Re/code, Apple's rumored TV service–which would bundle TV shows people would normally get through a cable provider–will not be unveiled ...
The new Apple TV could come with your local broadcast channels
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New Apple TV could be delayed over live local programming
Here's Why Apple's TV Service Won't Launch Nationwide
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Huffington PostGoogle Maps No Longer Directs Searches For 'N---- House' To The White House
Google has corrected an issue with its Google Maps search algorithm which had led users who searched for "nigga house" to the White House. "This week, we heard about a failure in our system -- loud and clear," Jen Fitzpatrick, Google's vice president of ...
Racist Google Maps results continue to surface
Oops! Searching For “Nigga House” on Google Maps Took You To The White ...
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Google Maps fixes N-word problem for most users
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SlashGearComing to Firefox: Ads based on your browsing history
Mozilla is on a mission to show that online advertising can be done without violating a user's privacy—or at least not violating it too much. Next week, the beta channel of Firefox will start testing new advertising tiles based on a user's browsing history. The new ...
Mozilla to Come Up With New Platform for Advertisers
Mozilla Readies Next Phase Of Ad Road Map: Personalization
Firefox to serve up Suggested Tiles based on your browsing history
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BloombergGoogle Says Circuits Are Busy for Invitations to Mobile Service
Users eager to sign up for Google Inc.'s new wireless phone service are getting put on hold. The company said it probably would take until summer to send invitations to everyone who signed up for Project Fi, according to messages sent to users this week.
Google's Project Fi Invites To Reach Everyone By Mid-Summer
Google Project Fi MVNO users may not receive invitations to join the service until ...
Google pledges to fulfill all Project Fi invites by mid-summer
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