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‘Change Your Password!’ Twitter Urges 330 Million Users After ‘Internal Glitch’

An internal “bug” left millions of Twitter passwords potentially exposed for months in a plain text file, the company revealed, as it urged hundreds of millions of users to change their passwords as a precaution.

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Pentagon Stops Selling Huawei, ZTE Phones In Its Bases, Cites Security

Pic: ReutersWASHINGTON: The U.S. Department of Defense has stopped selling mobile phones and modems made by the Chinese technology companies Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp in stores on its military bases, citing potential security risks.

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China's Bungled Drone Display Breaks World Record

A Chinese company has broken the Guinness World Record for the most drones flown simultaneously, despite them failing to coordinate for a light show.

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Facebook Employee Fired Over Bragging About Access To User Information

Pic: ReutersFacebook Inc on Thursday said that it fired an employee accused of bragging on matchmaking app Tinder about his access to private user information.

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Huawei P20 Pro Just Got Tested To Its Limits, And It's Bad News

The Huawei P20 Pro has impressive specs, for any flagship smartphone, but it turns out it isn’t so tough when it comes to survival.

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Kenya's Safaricom Pilots Messaging App Linked To Mobile Money

NAIROBI - Safaricom, Kenya’s biggest telecoms company, is piloting a social messaging app that will link to its mobile money platform in an attempt to move the company into the application business, the company said on Tuesday.

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Verizon's Oath Signs Distribution Deal With Samsung

Verizon Communications Inc’s Oath Inc subsidiary has signed a deal to place four of its most popular apps on millions of Samsung devices across the U.S. and eventually globally, the company told Reuters on Tuesday.

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Apple Faces Battery Pledge Complaints

Apple has been accused of finding unnecessary faults with iPhones and thereby profiting from a battery replacement initiative.

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Facebook To Play Cupid In Online Dating Debut

Pic: Reuters (Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Facebook Inc's annual F8 developers conference in San Jose, California)SAN JOSE, Calif. - Facebook Inc is entering the dating game, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Tuesday, planning a dating service to matchmake millions of people on the world’s largest online social network and nudge them into spending more time there.

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