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iOS 13 vs. Android 10: How Apple and Google match up – CNET

When it comes to software, iPhone and Android phones are neck and neck. …read more

Source:: CNet

WWE Clash of Champions 2019: How to watch, start times and WWE Network – CNET

Rollins vs. Strowman. …read more

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Wake me up before you Gogo … so I can jump out: Kenyan MP takes on aeroplane flatulence

Further investigation suggests she may actually have a point

While Kenyan politicians discussed possible amendments to safety protocols on commercial flights this week, one delivered an impassioned plea.…

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In Vader Immortal: Episode 2, Darth Vader is a mean Mr. Miyagi – CNET

The gameplay for the upcoming Star Wars VR game looks glorious at Disney’s D23 Expo. …read more

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Nissan’s working with leading esports teams on concept gaming chairs – Roadshow

They aren’t planned for production but the sketches are based on the GT-R, the Armada and the Leaf. …read more

Source:: CNet

Released from Prison, Spammer Who Stole 17.5 Million Passwords Apologizes and Reforms

An anonymous reader quotes ZDNet:
Kyle Milliken, a 29-year-old Arkansas man, was released last week from a federal work camp. He served 17 months for hacking into the servers of several companies and stealing their user databases. Some of the victims included Disqus, from where he stole 17.5 million user records, Kickstarter, from where he took 5.2 million records, and Imgur, with 1.7 million records. For years, Milliken and his partners operated by using the credentials stolen from other companies to break into more lucrative accounts on other services.

If users had reused their passwords, Milliken would access their email inboxes, Facebook, Twitter, or Myspace accounts, and post spam promoting various products and services. From 2010 to 2014, Milliken and his colleagues operated a successful spam campaign using this simple scheme, making more than $1.4 million in profits, and living the high life. Authorities eventually caught up with the hacker. He was arrested in 2014, and collaborated with authorities for the next years, until last year, when it leaked that he was collaborating with authorities and was blackballed on the cybercrime underground….

In an interview with ZDNet last week, Milliken said he’s planning to go back to school and then start a career in cyber-security… [H]e publicly apologized to the Kickstarter CEO on Twitter. “I’ve had a lot of time to reflect and see things from a different perspective,” Milliken told ZDNet. “When you’re hacking or have an objective to dump a database, you don’t think about who’s on the other end. There’s a lot of talented people, a ton of work, and even more money that goes into creating a company… there’s a bit of remorse for putting these people through cyber hell.”
He also has a message for internet uesrs: stop reusing your passwords. And he also suggests enabling two-factor authentication.

“I honestly think that the big three email providers (Microsoft, Yahoo, Google) added this feature because of me.”

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Pixel 4 XL purportedly shows up again in leaked photos – CNET

Twenty or so shots purport to show a white “test model” of the XL version of Google’s upcoming flagship phone. …read more

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Peloton, NordicTrack, Nautilus and more: The best treadmills in 2019 – CNET

I spent three months testing treadmills so you don’t have to. …read more

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Vision Mercedes Simplex concept is a refreshing look at the past – Roadshow

The Simplex was one of the first cars to carry the Mercedes name. …read more

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Apple Watch Series 5 hands-on: That always-on display is long overdue – CNET

Apple just announced the latest generation of its Watch fitness wearable. …read more

Source:: CNet

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