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Reaching out to all former affiliates and associates of myself (Pent), Fang, Pandora, Wolf Pack and msn's religion category in general.  I can be contacted via fb "Nexus Oblivion". We've already gathered 40 + known associates in light of so disheartening news which i will not do the disrespect of delivering in this fashion.  
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Mozilla is releasing an ARM version of its Firefox browser today for Windows 10. While Microsoft and Google have been working together on Chromium browsers for Windows on ARM, Mozilla has been developing its own ARM64-native build of Firefox for Snapdragon-powered Windows laptops. We got an early look at this version of Firefox late last year, and it seemed to fare well on an...
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The US Justice Department just officially charged Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange, shortly after he was removed from the Ecuador embassy in London and arrested by local police. The charge is "conspiracy to commit computer intrusion" for agreeing to break a password to a classified US government computer. The Justice department also said it was in relation to "Assange's alleged role in...
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Today in “Facebook  apps are too big to manage,” a glitch caused some users’ Instagram  Stories trays to show Stories from people they don’t follow.TechCrunch first received word of the problem from Twitter user InternetRyanwho was confused about seeing strangers in his Stories Tray and tagged me in to investigate. The screenshots below show people in his Stories...
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Shortly before ten o’clock on the morning of May 10 last year, Jim Balsillie, cofounder of Research in Motion (rim), the Waterloo, Ontario, company that created BlackBerry phones, took a seat in a conference room across from Parliament Hill. Next to him sat Colin McKay, an executive from Google, the company whose Android operating system was responsible, in part, for BlackBerry’s fall from...
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Security experts at Bad Packets uncovered a DNS hijacking campaign that is targeting the users of popular online services, including Gmail, Netflix, and PayPal.Experts at Bad Packets uncovered a DNS hijacking campaign that has been ongoing for the past three months, attackers are targeting the users of popular online services, including Gmail, Netflix, and PayPal.Hackers compromised consumer...