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Let's put a stop to this iPhone 11 'black-lens' camera nonsense – BGR

A trusted Apple insider earlier this week shared additional details about the upcoming iPhone 11 series of phones, focusing on the camera upgrades the iPhone maker has reportedly planned. Among the details Ming-Chi Kuo offered was a claim that some of the iPhone 11's cameras will adopt a new "black lens-coating" technology to make some of the lenses look "inconspicuous." …

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Marcus Hutchins, a WannaCry worm slayer, pretends to be guilty of malware charges

Grow / Marcus Hutchins, the 23-year-old security overseer in his room at Ilfracombe, UK, July 2017, weeks before his arrest on malware charges. Marcus Hutchins, the security watchdog who helped neutralize the virulent WannaCry ransomware worm, was found guilty of federal charging and distribution of malware used to corrupt online bank accounts. "I'm sorry for these actions and accept full …

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The inside of Samsung Galaxy Fold is marvelously messy

Samsung Galaxy Fold is not released until April 26, but if you are looking forward to a look under the hood, a pre-production version of the folding phone has been disassembled and laid pieces by piece in pictures. They were originally hosted on the Weibo microblogging site, even though the originals were deleted. Something should not be a lot of …

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Botes launch Instagram comments

Based on the dozens of Instagram pages we reviewed, including ESPN, House of Highlights, LeBron James, Travis Scott, Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and The Fat Jewish, the types of commentaries are becomes commonplace. Most posting accounts with similar usernames, usually a name followed by a number (eg "Cherylmason0" or "delpha_dibbert5"), which implies a joint effort of bot farm. While the …

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Facebook and the art of dump news

"Since this post was published, we discovered additional Instagram password logs stored in a readable format. We now estimate that this information has been impacted by millions of users of Instagram, "says . Facebook has revealed stored passwords for hundreds of millions of its users on Facebook and "tens of thousands" of Instagram users as plain texts in a database …

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