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By now, you might be familiar with Nintendo's Direct and Nindies Showcase streams, where the company highlights some of the games which are making their way to the Switch, with the latter of the two being focused on games from independent developers. Now, both Sony and Microsoft seem to be taking some inspiration from the Japanese rival, as both companies have announced their own streams...
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Microsoft keeps making more and more minor improvements to Skype in an attempt to win back the love of its users, who were unhappy with the release of Skype v8. Today, the messaging app is getting a couple of new additions to calls if you're an Insider, with the highlight being the ability to mute incoming audio from someone on a call.The new mute button is available both in group...
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Welcome to [ D-BoT Scripting ] 2.0 Hi there, long time no see! After being gone for a long time, [D-BoT] is back as an English bot and now supports the international versions (.com and .dm) next to the .nl version of Omerta. On this website you will find all the basic information about [D-BoT] you need, for example the commands, some handy information about IRC, some basic statistics...
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Folks using healthcare-related Android apps: after you've handed over your private details to that software, do you know where it is sending your data? If you don't, nobody should blame you. It turns out it can be a complicated and obfuscated affair. So much so, eggheads probing the data-sharing practices of mobile health applications have urged software developers to be more transparent...
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Facebook revealed to have stored the passwords of hundreds of millions of users in plain text, including passwords of Facebook Lite, Facebook, and Instagram users. “As part of a routine security review in January, we found that some user passwords were being stored in a readable format within our internal data storage systems.” reads the announcement published by Facebook. “This...
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According to the media, 1600 motel guests between November 24 and March 2 were spied by the indicted individuals that now face up to five years in prison, as well as a ?30 million fine along with a ?10 million penalty for porn distribution.The group wireless micro IP cameras hidden in motel rooms at 30 motels in 10 cities in the North and South Gyeongsang and Chungcheong Provinces.The cameras...