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Republican Data Firm Leaks Personal Info on 198 Million Voters

The lifeblood of modern political campaigns is big data analysis. This helps candidates target their efforts where it will do the most good to get more votes and donations. That means there are databases out there with information on virtually ...

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Nintendo Defends Killing NES Classic, Even With 2.3 Million Sold

Most companies, having unexpectedly stumbled into an extremely popular product, would gear up for production, hire more people, increase supply, and ride the revenue train for as long as they could. Nintendo is not most companies. According to Reggie Fils-Aimé, ...

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Samsung recalls 2.8 million ‘explosive’ washers due to injury risk

Earlier this fall, we covered news that Samsung might have to recall several million top-loading washing machines due to injury risks associated with the company’s hardware. Now, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a major recall across ...

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Comcast rolls out 1TB cap, hit with $2.3 million FCC fine for unauthorized equipment charges

If you’re a Comcast customer, chances are you’re now operating under an effective 1TB data cap. This new plan, dubbed the Xfinity Terabyte Internet Data Usage Plan, restricts users to 1TB a month of combined upload and download across 38 ...

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Pokemon Go shed 10 million users in the past month; is the game a short-lived fad?

When Pokémon Go launched, it exploded into a worldwide phenomenon in short order. Massive downloads, huge amounts of user engagement, parties — for a brief period of time, it looked as if the new game might single-handedly revolutionize mobile gaming. ...

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Sean Parker launches $250 million cancer institute

[unable to retrieve full-text content] It’s file-sharing for a cure. Lifestyle – NY Daily News

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VTech hack exposes personal information of 5 million adults and children

Share This article Another day, another massive data breach involving the personal details of millions of unsuspecting people. It’s a little different this time, though. Electronics and toy manufacturer VTech has shut down its family-oriented Learning Lodge app store after ...

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Nearly 47 million Americans set to travel for Turkey Day

Mark Lennihan/AP Passengers line up to pass through security before boarding flights at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Area airports are set to see more travelers than last year, according to the Port Authority. Whether by plane, train or automobile, ...

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