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1.7M Snapchat user details allegedly posted in India 

1.7M Snapchat user details allegedly posted in India

After alleged comments from Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel appeared in Variety, hackers in India, as yet unidentified, took the disparaging remarks personally and in an apparent act of revenge claimed to have posted personal details of 1.7 million Snapchat users online.
Facebook Spaces is an awkward reminder of how far VR is from the mainstream 

Facebook Spaces is an awkward reminder of how far VR is from the mainstream

Facebook releases its VR worlds app on Oculus Rift
The dark truths behind The Town of Light 

The dark truths behind The Town of Light

LKA's psychological drama The Town of Light draws its inspiration from the lives of 6,000 asylum patients
Leaked pictures show full-front display for the iPhone 8 

Leaked pictures show full-front display for the iPhone 8

New renders show a device with a smaller screen than we originally imagined.
How to: Ten practical steps to protect your online privacy 

How to: Ten practical steps to protect your online privacy

Patrick Knight explores how to manage your account and passwords effectively, the power of encryption and alternate privacy apps that can secure sensitive data and communication.
Execution of largest hack in YouTube history claimed by OurMine 

Execution of largest hack in YouTube history claimed by OurMine

The OurMine hackers known for hijacking online social media accounts, supposedly to test their security, executed what it's calling the largest hack in YouTube history.
Find my phone tracks over 130 handsets to one man 

Find my phone tracks over 130 handsets to one man

Hail to the (alleged) thief.
Apple, Google, Facebook will still dominate in 2075, says Wozniak 

Apple, Google, Facebook will still dominate in 2075, says Wozniak

co-founder believes AI's ethical question will persist.
Intel shelves its Developer Forum after 20 years 

Intel shelves its Developer Forum after 20 years

The company says the IDF conference no longer meets business needs.
Ransomware-as-a-service being sold for $US175 on dark web 

Ransomware-as-a-service being sold for $US175 on dark web

Researchers from threat intelligence company Recorded Future have said that it is now possible to start your own ransomware outfit for as little as the price of an iPod Nano and some headphones - US$175.
F-Secure claims new QNAP NAS vulnerabilities are "as bad as they get" 

F-Secure claims new QNAP NAS vulnerabilities are "as bad as they get"

If you have a QNAP network attached storage (NAS) device, you'd better make sure the firmware is updated.
Google Hire wants to take Linkedin's job 

Google Hire wants to take Linkedin's job

Google wants to take over the job search market, too.
Unigine ships graphics benchmark with 8K, VR support 

Unigine ships graphics benchmark with 8K, VR support

Russian software developer Unigine Corp has shipped a new graphics benchmark based on the Unigine 2 engine.
Payday for BlackBerry as Qualcomm loses patent case 

Payday for BlackBerry as Qualcomm loses patent case

The chipmaker must refund BlackBerry over $800 million.
Palit's new GTX 1080 Ti GameRock video card  goes quad-fan 

Palit's new GTX 1080 Ti GameRock video card goes quad-fan

New video card boasts enough fans to practically set your PC to hover above your desk.
Apple 'has secret team working on diabetes management tech' 

Apple 'has secret team working on diabetes management tech'

Sensors could monitor blood sugar unobtrusively
Linux Commands: The most useful ones you'll need 

Linux Commands: The most useful ones you'll need

We round up the most commonly used for beginners.
Cadillac's head-tracking lets you disconnect your hands 

Cadillac's head-tracking lets you disconnect your hands

No hands, but your head must remain attached at all times.
My Family Tree 7.0 extends GEDCOM, PAF support 

My Family Tree 7.0 extends GEDCOM, PAF support

Chronoplex Software has released My Family Tree 7.0 (32-bit here), the latest edition of its excellent freeware genealogy package.
New social media site Mastodon potential cyber-security tar pit  

New social media site Mastodon potential cyber-security tar pit

This social network takes a decentralised approach.
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