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  • newThe company behind the dual-screen YotaPhone is bankrupt
    We’ve been following Russia’s YotaPhone since 2012, but it seems like the saga of the power-sipping E Ink-backed dual-screen handset has come to an end. Yota Devices is bankrupt, reports Cnews.ru and Liliputing, pointing to a liquidation no…
    - 2 hours ago 20 Apr 19, 12:45am -
  • newSiriusXM launches new ‘essential’ streaming plan for only $8
    SiriusXM is now offering an $8-per-month streaming music plan that it calls SiriusXM Essential, a bundle of over 300 channels consisting of music, talk radio, comedy, sports, and other content. This new, cheap option doesn’t include Howard St…
    - 5 hours ago 19 Apr 19, 9:51pm -
  • newThe inside of the Samsung Galaxy Fold is marvelously messy
    The Samsung Galaxy Fold doesn’t release until April 26th, but if you’ve been eagerly awaiting a glimpse under the hood, a pre-production version of the folding phone has already been disassembled and laid out piece by piece in photos. These…
    - 5 hours ago 19 Apr 19, 9:24pm -
  • newWannaCry hero pleads guilty to developing banking malware
    Marcus Hutchins, best known for his role in stopping the 2017 WannaCry ransomware attack, has pleaded guilty to two charges related to computer hacking conspiracy. The other eight charges will be dismissed as part of a plea deal first reported…
    - 5 hours ago 19 Apr 19, 9:03pm -
  • newThe PDF Association thinks the Mueller report sucks
    When Special Counsel Robert Mueller released his report on Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election yesterday and political wonks across the internet rushed to download it, many people noticed two things: you couldn’t search…
    - 6 hours ago 19 Apr 19, 9:00pm -

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  • newAmazon asks delivery drivers to verify their identities with selfies

    Amazon asks delivery drivers to verify their identities with selfies

    Amazon is asking its delivery drivers to take selfies so it can verify their identities using facial recognition. The rules apply to drivers in the Amazon Flex program, through which they make deliveries with their own cars as independent contractors…
    - 1 hour ago 20 Apr 19, 1:28am -
  • newHacker posts over 4,000 sensitive documents from Mexican embassy

    Hacker posts over 4,000 sensitive documents from Mexican embassy

    Thousands of documents containing sensitive information belonging to Mexico's embassy in Guatemala were leaked online this week by a hacker. The stolen cache contained more than 4,800 files related to the embassy's activities including its dealings w…
    - 3 hours ago 19 Apr 19, 11:27pm -
  • newRivian turned down GM investment so it could build EVs for others

    Rivian turned down GM investment so it could build EVs for others

    Reports emerged last week that GM would not join Amazon in investing in electric vehicle startup Rivian, and now we have a little more clarity on why talks broke down. It seems GM wanted some exclusivity, but Rivian plans to build vehicles for other.…
    - 4 hours ago 19 Apr 19, 10:25pm -
  • newConsole gaming is at a crossroads

    Console gaming is at a crossroads

    Sony and Microsoft have been walking the same path for nearly 20 years, when it comes to gaming hardware. Instead of leaves, shiny silver game discs dangle from the trees, while black and white boxes of varying sizes line the underbrush, covered in d…
    - 5 hours ago 19 Apr 19, 9:32pm -
  • new'MalwareTech' security researcher pleads guilty

    'MalwareTech' security researcher pleads guilty

    In 2017, Marcus Hutchins went from being a relatively unknown 23-year-old, to being a worldwide hero, to facing criminal charges all in a span of a few months. After he shut down the rapidly spreading WannaCry malware by finding a killswitch domain i…
    - 5 hours ago 19 Apr 19, 9:11pm -

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