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Finally, There's A Dating App Just For Verified Twitter Users

Loveflutter is a swiping dating app that links up to your Twitter and shows your tweets in your profile (egads). Now, the company is launching a new feature called “Blue” that allows verified Twitter users to browse and match with only other users with blue check marks.That’s right, now you can date the people who reply to Trump tweets in ...

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Emergency communications for civilians may improve soon, thanks to NICER

Image: iStock For years, amateur radio operators around the world (Amateur Radio Emergency Services and Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service in the US) have provided voice and data communications when normal channels were nonexistent or ineffective due to some kind of man-made or natural disaster. As a former volunteer firefighter and EMT, I have witnessed experienced hams (which is slang ...

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Trump says Apple will build three 'big' new plants in US

Apple’s boss has promised to build three new manufacturing plants in the United States, according to an interview President Donald Trump has given to the Wall Street Journal. President Trump told the Journal he had a phone conversation with Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook. “I spoke to (Cook), he’s promised me three big plants – big, big, big,” said President ...

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Trump says Apple will build three 'big' new plants in US

Apple’s boss has promised to build three new manufacturing plants in the United States, according to an interview President Donald Trump has given to the Wall Street Journal. President Trump told the Journal he had a phone conversation with Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook. “I spoke to (Cook), he’s promised me three big plants – big, big, big,” said President ...

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Hiding out among the net's criminal class

Security researcher Liam O’Murchu lives a double life. And sometimes a triple life. Now and then he divides himself even more thinly. Living multiple lives is part of his job with security firm Symantec, which also involves being a covert part of the forums, chat boards and discussion rooms that comprise the net’s underground economy. It is there that deals ...

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Hiding out among the net's criminal class

Security researcher Liam O’Murchu lives a double life. And sometimes a triple life. Now and then he divides himself even more thinly. Living multiple lives is part of his job with security firm Symantec, which also involves being a covert part of the forums, chat boards and discussion rooms that comprise the net’s underground economy. It is there that deals ...

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Ransomware spike blamed on easy-to-use malware builders

Security experts say a sharp increase in ransomware attacks is in part a result of how easy the malware is to acquire. Researchers at Cylance and AlienVault were able to find off-the-shelf ransomware using a normal search engine, which could then be used to lock victims’ computer files and blackmail them. See more at Click’s website and @BBCClick. This week ...

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Ransomware spike blamed on easy-to-use malware builders

Security experts say a sharp increase in ransomware attacks is in part a result of how easy the malware is to acquire. Researchers at Cylance and AlienVault were able to find off-the-shelf ransomware using a normal search engine, which could then be used to lock victims’ computer files and blackmail them. See more at Click’s website and @BBCClick. This week ...

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How long until Ukraine is hacked again?

When the attack came, it took hold quickly and brought a screeching halt to many businesses across Ukraine. “None of the computers or machines worked except for the General Electric-powered machines like the MRIs [magnetic resonance imaging],” recalled Mykhailo Radutskyi, president of the Boris Clinic – Kiev’s largest medical clinic. His radiologists decided to turn off the body scanners anyway ...

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Ukraine braces for further cyber-attacks

When the attack came, it took hold quickly and brought a screeching halt to many businesses across Ukraine. “None of the computers or machines worked except for the General Electric-powered machines like the MRIs [magnetic resonance imaging],” recalled Mykhailo Radutskyi, president of the Boris Clinic – Kiev’s largest medical clinic. His radiologists decided to turn off the body scanners anyway ...

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