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Day: December 20, 2018

How To Identify An Original Phone And A Fake One

Fake/Substandard Phones has been a plague in the market and has affected virtual all mobile brands. Fake phones most times has same physical features with the original ones which makes it hard for the buyer/User of the phone to know if its fake or Original. They are several means of Detecting if your mobile device […]

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Uber Loses Latest UK Legal Bid to Block Worker Rights for Drivers

Uber has lost its latest court bid to stop its British drivers being classified as workers, entitling them to rights such as the minimum wage, in a decision which jeopardizes the taxi app’s business model. Two drivers successfully argued at a tribunal in 2016 that the Silicon Valley firm exerted significant control over them to […]

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NASA Hack Exposes Space Agency Staff’s Data

Nasa has emailed its staff to warn them that hackers may have stolen their personal details. The message said it suspected that two of its servers containing details of past and present employees had been compromised. It added that it did not believe any Nasa mission had been put in jeopardy. One expert noted that […]

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Facebook Sued by Top Prosecutor Over Cambridge Analytica

Washington DC’s top prosecutor is suing Facebook in the first significant US move to punish the firm for its role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine filed the lawsuit on Wednesday, said the Washington Post. It accused Facebook of allowing the wholesale scraping of personal data on tens of […]

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Elon Musk Unveils Prototype High-Speed LA Transport Tunnel

Entrepreneur Elon Musk has unveiled a prototype underground tunnel in Los Angeles which is designed to transport cars at high speed around the city. The tunnel is only a mile (1.6km) long at the moment but the goal is a network to ease chronic traffic congestion. Modified electric cars would be lowered into the tunnel […]

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European Union Diplomatic Communications ‘Targeted by Hackers’

Hackers successfully targeted the European Union’s diplomatic communications over a period of several years, The New York Times reports. Thousands of messages were intercepted in which diplomats referenced a range of subjects from US President Donald Trump to global trade. The breach was reportedly discovered by the cyber-security company Area 1. European officials say that […]

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