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Hackers target Denmark's Tivoli park, guests info stolen
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Hackers target Denmark's Tivoli park, guests info stolen

The Copenhagen-based Tivoli, one of the oldest and most popular amusement parks in Europe, has now joined the unfortunate online "rogues gallery" of major Danish companies whose customer data has been hacked from their websites.

Give your best shot this World Photography Day
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Give your best shot this World Photography Day

Smartphones with top-of-the-line camera technologies and filters have made everyone a photographer and according to professional lensmen, you can achieve great shots with some training and perspective.

Apple Watch Series 5 to use OLED display
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Apple Watch Series 5 to use OLED display

Apple Watch Series 5 model is expected to use OLED screens supplied by Japan Display, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Amazon ambassadors flood Twitter with 'fake' messages: Report
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Amazon ambassadors flood Twitter with 'fake' messages: Report

There has been a surge in Amazon employees' accounts on Twitter who are praising the e-commerce giant, the workplace and its policies on the platform, creating suspicion among former workers whether this is actually the case.

Uttarakhand Police joins TikTok
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Uttarakhand Police joins TikTok

The Uttarakhand Police Department joined TikTok, an online video creating app, for spreading safety and social relevance messages as part of their ongoing mission.

iPhone 11 to use same OLED display as Galaxy S10, Note 10
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iPhone 11 to use same OLED display as Galaxy S10, Note 10

Apple iPhone 11 will reportedly come with the same OLED displays used for Samsung's Galaxy S10 and Note 10.

Are Siri, Alexa making us less polite to fellow humans?
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Are Siri, Alexa making us less polite to fellow humans?

Contrary to popular perception, talking to digital assistants like Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant have not yet not made users ruder to other people, says a study.

Kaspersky to open first transparency centre in Malaysia in 2020
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Kaspersky to open first transparency centre in Malaysia in 2020

Russian cyber security firm Kaspersky on Thursday announced the opening of its first transparency centre in Malaysia in early 2020, in partnership with CyberSecurity Malaysia the national cyber security specialist agency.

Hackers can detect what is being typed with a smartphone
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Hackers can detect what is being typed with a smartphone

Using just a smartphone, hackers can listen to what is being typed with remarkable accuracy and access your personal information.

Router guest networks prone to hacking: Researchers
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Router guest networks prone to hacking: Researchers

The guest Wi-Fi at your home is prone to hacking owing to inadequate in-built security, say researchers.

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