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Nigerian scammers launch phishing attacks against industrial companies 

Nigerian scammers launch phishing attacks against industrial companies

Scams apparently originating from Nigeria are thriving on the web, according to data on 500 companies in 50 countries which was recently analysed by Kaspersky Lab.
Amazon files sinister patent for its physical stores 

Amazon files sinister patent for its physical stores

Amazon’s “Physical Store Online Shopping Control” prevents in-store users looking at competitors’ prices.
Microsoft adds Office 2016 to Windows Store 

Microsoft adds Office 2016 to Windows Store

Preview version can be upgraded to the final version after a year.
Facebook mistakenly reveals moderators to terrorists 

Facebook mistakenly reveals moderators to terrorists

A security breach allowed potential terrorists to 'friend' Facebook employees.
Friday Linky Links: Animal House 

Friday Linky Links: Animal House

Your weekly trip around the pop-culture zoo. Keep your arms inside the carriage and don’t make eye contact.
Facebook comment threads are about to become even more tedious 

Facebook comment threads are about to become even more tedious

Why spend time finding the right words when you can outsource the work to a GIF search?
The Beoplay E4 in-ears cancel more noise for maximum enjoyment 

The Beoplay E4 in-ears cancel more noise for maximum enjoyment

Two microphones make for quiet surroundings.
North Korean spies behind global WannaCry Ransomware attacks, says NSA 

North Korean spies behind global WannaCry Ransomware attacks, says NSA

The US National Security Agency has announced it believes with 'moderate confidence' that North Korea was behind last month's WannaCry ransomware attacks.
More than 800 Google Play Android apps spotted with Xavier Trojan SDK 

More than 800 Google Play Android apps spotted with Xavier Trojan SDK

Trend Micro researchers spotted more than 800 Android applications available on the Google Play Store embedded with the software development kit (SDK) of the information-stealing ad library dubbed "Xavier."
Say hello to Binky, the meaningless social media app 

Say hello to Binky, the meaningless social media app

Binky lets you scroll to your heart's content in an echo chamber of one
Uber: a company where scandal is as common as morning coffee 

Uber: a company where scandal is as common as morning coffee

Uber is not having a happy month
Surface Pro and Surface Laptop officially launch 

Surface Pro and Surface Laptop officially launch

US customers can trade in Apple products for a discount. No joy for us Aussies, though.
Robot uses deep learning to compose and play original music 

Robot uses deep learning to compose and play original music

Shimon learns from great musicians to compose his own masterpieces
Hyper PixelCast 84 

Hyper PixelCast 84

We bet you thought that you were going to get an E3 show, huh. Well - wrong! We'll save that for when the dust on the event has truly settled, so for now Ken has decided to delve into something a bit deeper: balancing gaming with fatherhood.
Razer upgrades the Blade Stealth with bigger display 

Razer upgrades the Blade Stealth with bigger display

And it's now available in a new colour! Well... grey.
LG's 34UC89G display offers a 34in, curved, Gsync display 

LG's 34UC89G display offers a 34in, curved, Gsync display

All it needs is a slightly higher resolution and it would be PERFECT.
Keeping news real when, tech makes faking easy 

Keeping news real when, tech makes faking easy

As artificial intelligence and real-time video editing improves, telling truth from falsehood is getting tougher than ever.
The threats to businesses posed by the deep and dark web 

The threats to businesses posed by the deep and dark web

Josh Lefkowitz looks at the issue of the dark web for businesses, the dangers it poses and how these dangers can be mitigated.
Russian hackers breached electoral systems of 39 US states  

Russian hackers breached electoral systems of 39 US states

Russian hackers reportedly breached the electoral systems of at least 39 states during the summer and fall of 2016 accessing software designed to be used by poll workers on Election Day.
Google maps out America's dark history of lynching  

Google maps out America's dark history of lynching

The latest project for the major company's extension is a website about United States lynchings.
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