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Wired News
How Craig Wright Privately ‘Proved’ He’s Bitcoin’s CreatorAndresen is among the earliest programmers for the cryptocurrency, and likely t
How Craig Wright Privately ‘Proved’ He’s Bitcoin’s Creator
Wired News / Posted 20 hours ago
Andresen is among the earliest programmers for the cryptocurrency, and likely the one who has corresponded more than anyone with Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin’s pseudonymous, long-lost inventor. Today, Andresen fully believes that Wright is Nakamoto.... Read more
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PC Advisor
Top 10 Tips to avoid data roaming charges when using your phone abroad Data-roaming charges will be scrapped in June 2017, but in the meantime if yo
Top 10 Tips to avoid data roaming charges when using your phone abroad
PC Advisor / Posted 6 days ago
Data-roaming charges will be scrapped in June 2017, but in the meantime if you're taking an iPhone or Android phone abroad you need to be careful you don't return to a hefty... Read more
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iTWire
60 Minutes iPhone hack in 60 minutesa member of the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Information Technolo
60 Minutes iPhone hack in 60 minutes
iTWire / Posted 14 days ago
a member of the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Information Technology. Lieu agreed to the experiment knowing the phone would likely be hacked. All the team needed was the phone number to the iPhone. They were easily able to hear... Read more
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Daily Mail
Your phone number is all hackers need to access EVERY call and messageare actually functions built into SS7 for other purposes – such as keeping call
Your phone number is all hackers need to access EVERY call and message
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
are actually functions built into SS7 for other purposes – such as keeping calls connected as users speed down highways, switching from cell tower to cell tower. However, hackers worked out a way to repurpose the features for surveillance because... Read more
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The Hill
'60 Minutes' hacks congressman's phone for security reportLieu (D-Calif.), a member of the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Inf
'60 Minutes' hacks congressman's phone for security report
The Hill / Posted 15 days ago
Lieu (D-Calif.), a member of the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Information Technology, who agreed to use it knowing it would be hacked. The results were startling. As soon as the hackers had the phone number, they accessed a flaw in a... Read more
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CBS News
Hacking your phoneThe following script is from "Hacking Your Phone" which aired on April 17, 2016
Hacking your phone
CBS News / Posted 15 days ago
The following script is from "Hacking Your Phone" which aired on April 17, 2016. Sharyn Alfonsi is the correspondent. Howard L. Rosenberg and Julie Holstein, producers. A lot of modern life is interconnected through the Internet of things -- a... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Fantastical 2.2.1Fantastical is Mac calendar tool with something of a difference. It enables you
Fantastical 2.2.1
techcentral.ie / Posted 21 days ago
Fantastical is Mac calendar tool with something of a difference. It enables you to keep track of upcoming meetings and appointment, which is nothing new, and it resides in the menu, which is far from unique. What makes Fantastical stand out is the... Read more
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CNET
Living without Google, and Twitter (and Facebook) is really, really hardonce I crossed over from Hong Kong, which has an open Internet environment, int
Living without Google, and Twitter (and Facebook) is really, really hard
CNET / Posted 21 days ago
once I crossed over from Hong Kong, which has an open Internet environment, into China, which is infamous for The Great Firewall that blocks a lot of services I take for granted, like Google, Facebook and Twitter. But I didn't know it would be... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hotel's embarrassing wi-fi gaffeThe randomly generated Wi-Fi code contained an extra surprise. Photo / Imgur, P
Hotel's embarrassing wi-fi gaffe
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 days ago
The randomly generated Wi-Fi code contained an extra surprise. Photo / Imgur, PizzusChrist It's bad enough that we often have to pay extra just to use the internet in hotel rooms, but they don't need to be rude about it. One guest received an extra... Read more
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News.com.au
Why free Wi-Fi is hard to find in Australian hotel roomsNot all Brisbane hotels may offer free Wi-Fi but visitors can access the intern
Why free Wi-Fi is hard to find in Australian hotel rooms
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
Not all Brisbane hotels may offer free Wi-Fi but visitors can access the internet in the Queen Street Mall and at Southbank. Pic: News Corp Australia SCORING a hotel with free in-room Wi-Fi is harder in Australia than almost any other country except... Read more
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News.com.au
It’s bad enough having to pay to use wireless at any hotel, but when you get a receipt like this?bad enough that, in this day and age, we all too often have to fork out extra j
It’s bad enough having to pay to use wireless at any hotel, but when you get a receipt like this?
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
bad enough that, in this day and age, we all too often have to fork out extra just to use the internet connection in our hotel rooms. Outrageous, right? Well when this guest went to pay up during his overnight stay at a hotel called the Cherry... Read more
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metro
The 'randomly-generated' Wi-Fi code in this hotel reads 'f***'(Picture: PizzusChrist/Imgur) Welcome to the Cherry Tree Inn, where the ‘rando
The 'randomly-generated' Wi-Fi code in this hotel reads 'f***'
metro / Posted 28 days ago
(Picture: PizzusChrist/Imgur) Welcome to the Cherry Tree Inn, where the ‘randomly-generated’ hotel Wi-Fi username might just be ‘f***’.A restaurant host made a colossal error when he printed the receipt Now we write ‘randomly-generated’ in quotes... Read more
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PC Advisor
Roaming data and pre-paid SIM cards explainedit’s tough to be separated from our umbilical cord to the internet, even for a
Roaming data and pre-paid SIM cards explained
PC Advisor / Posted 28 days ago
it’s tough to be separated from our umbilical cord to the internet, even for a few days. The trouble is, while business hotels are geared up for in-room Wi-Fi it seems tourist hotels didn’t get the memo. And those that did appear to have... Read more
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iol.co.za
Checking in, where’s the free wi-fi?London - While holidaying is normally a time to switch off from the outside wor
Checking in, where’s the free wi-fi?
iol.co.za / Posted 29 days ago
London - While holidaying is normally a time to switch off from the outside world, a new survey has revealed that the lure of technology proves too strong for many. A whopping 65 percent of tourists say they cannot bear to go more than just seven... Read more

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