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Google's Sundar Pichai Quora Account Hacking Incident Is Another Grim Reminder That Nobody Is Safe - Tech Times
Tech TimesGoogle's Sundar Pichai Quora Account Hacking Incident Is Another Grim Reminder That Nobody Is Safe
Sundar Pichai is now the latest victim of hacking being lodged against big bosses in Silicon Valley. The culprit OurMine sends the message loud and clear: nobody is safe. ( OurMine ). Advertisement. Google CEO Sundar Pichai is now the latest victim of ...
Meet OurMine, the 'Security' Group Hacking CEOs and Celebs
Meet the team hacking Sundar Pichai and Channing Tatum
Google's Sundar Pichai has been hacked; which CEO will be next?
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ComputerworldCustomer wins $10K judgment from Microsoft over unauthorized Windows 10 upgrade
Microsoft last month paid a California travel agent $10,000 after she won a judgment in small claims court by successfully arguing that an unauthorized upgrade to Windows 10 crippled her work PC. Teri Goldstein, the owner of Sausalito, Calif.-based TG ...
Microsoft Monday: $10K Paid To Woman For Forced Windows 10, SharePoint On iOS, Windows Maps Update
Unwanted Windows 10 upgrade costs Microsoft $10000
Microsoft pays $10000 to unwilling Windows 10 updater
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New York TimesVolkswagen to Pay $14.7 Billion to Settle Diesel Claims in US
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Matthias Müller, left, chief executive of Volkswagen, and Hans Dieter Pötsch, the company's chairman. Credit Alexander Koerner/Getty Images. Volkswagen has agreed to pay up to $14.7 billion to settle claims stemming from its diesel emissions cheating ...
AP Source: Volkswagen reaches $14.7B emissions settlement
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Volkswagen's US diesel emissions settlement to cost $15 billion: source
Volkswagen reaches $14.7B emissions settlement
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Google Empowers Educators With Cast For Education, Improved Forms For Quizzes And Expeditions For VR Field Trips - Tech Times
Tech TimesGoogle Empowers Educators With Cast For Education, Improved Forms For Quizzes And Expeditions For VR Field Trips
Google for Education is aiming for a more "seamless" and "immersive" learning experience than ever before. New tools for the classroom include Google Cast, quizzes in Google Forms and VR field trips through Google Expeditions. ( Google for Education ...
Google is making its educational tools more powerful
Google opens up its Virtual Reality field trips for all, debuts new apps and services for teachers
Forget the School Bus—The Most Magical Field Trip Is in VR
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TechCrunchFacebook launches human-curated Featured Events list
Approximately 550 million people use Facebook Events each month, with 60 percent of connections to events happening serendipitously in the News Feed. But Facebook is giving hardcore extroverts seeking more parties a new Featured Events list full of ...
Facebook to flag more events for users
A team of Facebook employees will soon suggest events for you to attend off of Facebook
Facebook Is Now Recommending Events Based on Human Opinions, Not Algorithms
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TechCrunchFacebook rolls out Slideshow movie-maker to compete with Google and Apple
Most people can't shoot compelling videos, and static photos are boring. That's why the tech giants are all pushing their own versions of automatic movie makers based on your media. This month, Apple announced its version called Memories coming to iOS ...
Facebook Slideshow Lets You Show Off Your Summer Fun
Facebook's Slideshow feature takes on Apple Memories
Facebook's new Slideshow feature turns your photos into videos
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The VergeGoogle updates Maps and Earth apps with super sharp satellite imagery
Google has updated its mapping applications with new, higher-resolution imagery from NASA's Landsat 8 satellite, the company announced today. That means Google Maps and Google Earth now contain far sharper and more detailed photographs, which ...
Google Earth and Maps get sharper satellite imagery with new update
Google's Satellite Map Gets a 700-Trillion-Pixel Makeover
Google Earth gets a fancy new look thanks to NASA satellite data
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TechSpotAcer Chromebook 14 Review: The Chromebook's future looks bright
Netbooks often got a bad rap for their numerous faults but in hindsight, they had a far greater impact on the computing industry than most realize. The modern-day netbook was introduced by Asus in 2007 with the Eee PC. This new class of computing ...
HP Chromebook 11 G5 Adds Touch Screen
Use Android apps on HP's upcoming $189 Chromebook 11 G5
HP adds a touchscreen to its 11-inch Chromebook lineup
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Business InsiderMicrosoft's open sourcing of .NET hits a major milestone
Microsoft's open source programming language push reached a new milestone Monday, as the company announced the general availability of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core 1.0. Those two projects are Microsoft's attempt to make the core elements of its ...
Microsoft Says It's in Love With Linux. Now It's Finally Proving It
.NET Core 1.0 released, now officially supported by Red Hat
Microsoft's open source .NET Core and ASP.NET Core hit 1.0
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