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CynoSure Prime cracked 11 million Ashley Madison passwords, but…

CynoSure Prime, a group of “technology oriented individuals” have announced that they have cracked the passwords of 11 million Ashley Madison users, and they won’t release the passwords online. CynoSure Prime said that the website left a security loophole, to increase the speed of access to the website. A few months back, a group of hackers released data of the ...

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Won’t release 11 million decrypted Ashley Madison passwords, says CynoSure Prime

CynoSure Prime, a group of “technology oriented individuals” have announced that they have cracked the passwords of 11 million Ashley Madison users, and they won’t release the passwords online. CynoSure Prime said that the website left a security loophole, to increase the speed of access to the website. A few months back, a group of hackers released data of the ...

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Verizon Communications Inc to start field trials of 5G wireless network in 2016

Verizon Communications Inc (NASDAQ:VZ) has revealed its plans to aggressively focus on innovating the next generation 5G wireless technology in 2016. According to the US’ largest telecommunication company, 5G wireless technology will be available for consumer use by 2020. Verizon was the first company to introduce 4G LTE networks 6 years ago. The company has partnered with many leading technology firms such ...

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Google Inc makes a quiet entry into home services market

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) will now offer sponsored home service providers like plumbers, electricians and others in local search results. The new service rolled out on Friday, in and around San Francisco, competing with companies like Amazon Inc., Yelp Inc., Angie’s List Inc., and Task Rabbit. Recently, after the closure of Homejoy, it was reported that its employees could have helped Google ...

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No more flash ads on Google Chrome, starting this September

According to a post on Google+, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is set to block flash ads by default on the Chrome browser, starting September 1. The change to “intelligently pause content that aren’t central to the webpage” was announced in June, and the beta version was rolled out the Chrome browser. Google recommended its advertisers to switch over to HTML5 ads, so ...

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Tweets in Google search results comes to desktop as well

Back in May 2015, the search giant Google announced a partnership with Twitter where tweets were integrated into Google search results. Back then, this integration was limited to Google search app on Android and iOS devices. Now, their partnership, placing tweets in online search results has been extended to desktop. The confirmation came via a Twitter conversation between both companies. ...

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UK orders Google to remove search results related to a “Right to be Forgotten” ruling

This Thursday, the search giant has been ordered by the United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office, to remove 9 search results from the Google Search Engine records, and provided a deadline of exactly 35 days, since the results shows irrelevant information about the criminal conviction. This Thursday’s, order would necessarily provide an example for other countries of where to draw the line ...

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Documents reveal AT&T and NSA are BFFs in spying

National Security Agency (NSA) relied on its decades of long partnership AT&T Inc (NASDAQ:T) on spying on vast quantities of Internet traffic that are passing through the United States. Though it is well-known that NSA and US telecommunications work hand to hand for quite a while, the newly disclosed document of NSA suggests that its relationship with Dallas based AT&T is ...

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