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The company, only a day ago, launched its affordable Moto C series smartphones and now the fresh images of its upcoming phones- Moto Z2 Play , Z2 Force and Moto E4 Plus have been leaked online. Moto E4 Plus will have a metal unibody design. The device is also said to ship with a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel selfie shooter-cum-front facing camera.
  • Poulter accepts invite to play BMW PGA Championship

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    Garcia, the 2008 Players champion, had two doubles and a triple and ballooned 11 shots higher than his third-round 67 with a 78 to finished tied for 30th. "I was a little nervous before I played the final round", Kim said. "I know he hit a couple of unbelievable shots yesterday to get himself out of trouble, driver off the deck on 14 was a pretty impressive shot".
  • Amazon's streaming software powers new smart TVs

    Amazon's streaming software powers new smart TVs

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    Amazon Fire TV provides viewers with access to more than 15,000 channels, apps and (now) Alexa skills, plus more than 300,000 TV episodes and movies from numerous providers including Netflix and Hulu. This feature even includes artwork for different shows or movies as you use the TVs to surf between channels. Since the TV comes with 16GB of internal storage, you can also pause and rewind live TV from your antenna.
  • I'm not picking a fight with the banks: Australia Treasurer tells CNBC

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    When news of the levy leaked on Tuesday ahead of the budget, investors wiped A$14 billion from the value of stocks. The NDIS is an extremely vital scheme for the country, and before anyone complains, it will be about a 50c increase on levies, which is nothing in the grand scheme of things when it's going towards helping our disabled.
  • Microsoft was hoarding patches for WannaCry exploit

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    Did banks under-report cyberattacks? "Wrong info is floating around". Grobman says governments should stockpile cyber weapons in some instances. India's IT backbone did not face any substantial disruption, said the government agency. "This "free-rider" problem - some manufacturers and users choosing to enjoy the benefits of the internet without taking the time and effort to maintain secure computing systems - is also unethical, and is a problem that will get much worse as the Internet ...
  • Windows update to cultivate creative crowd

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    Technically called the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update , it is an upcoming major software upgrade for existing Windows 10 users. NEW YORK-Microsoft previewed the next version of Windows 10 on day two of its Build developer conference in Seattle .
  • Europe warns of more attacks, WannaCry spreads to Asia

    Europe warns of more attacks, WannaCry spreads to Asia

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    National Security Agency was used to spread the ransomware to unpatched computer systems around the world. No matter how Microsoft pushes the newest system to customers (the upgrades are free), some systems stick with the old versions, simply because they can't afford the switching effort in terms of the time required and the old hardware's insufficiency.
  • Cyber attack hits 200000 in 150 countries

    Cyber attack hits 200000 in 150 countries

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    First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said private medical records were not compromised in Friday's ransomware attack on NHS computers. The UK government called a meeting of its crisis response committee, known as Cobra, to discuss how to handle the situation.
  • Expert finds more possible North Korea links to cyberattack

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    A researcher from South Korea's Hauri Labs said on Tuesday their own findings matched those of Symantec (symc) and Kaspersky Lab, who said on Monday that some code in an earlier version of the WannaCry software had also appeared in programs used by the Lazarus Group, identified by some researchers as a North Korea-run hacking operation.
  • Microsoft Slams NSA Over Ransomware Nightmare

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    The list of institutions has grown as more become aware of hacks and as variants of the virus spread. Stocks of cyber security companies surged as investors bet on governments and corporations spending to upgrade their defences. "It was clear (that) warnings were given to hospital trusts". British health minister Jeremy Hunt said it was "encouraging" that a predicted second spike of attacks had not occurred, but the ransomware was a warning to public and private organisations.
  • Mystery over Earth's light flashes may be solved

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    Hundreds of large flashes have been filmed reflecting off our planet, and they've helped NASA solve a mystery that stumped the likes of Carl Sagan more than two decades ago. First, they cataloged all prospective sunlight glints over land in images from the EPIC camera and found 866 bursts between DSCOVR's launch in June 2015 and August 2016.