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Friday September 17, 2021. 04:17 PM
Guillermo del Toro is making a film noir movie, Nightmare Alley, with no monsters, although the trailer mentions monsters a lot and it is set at a carnival. With beautiful sets, costumes, makeup, and actors this film looks destined to win many awards. — Read the rest
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Watch horror artist Jordan Persegati reveal the demons lurking inside this $2 Disney 'Frozen' coloring book. His wonderful line work brings out Olaf's true evil. Do you want to be a snowmonster?
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Telegram has exploded as a hub for cybercriminals looking to buy, sell and share stolen data and hacking tools, new research shows, as the messaging app emerges as an alternative to the dark web. From a report: An investigation by cyber intelligence group Cyberint, together...
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Welcome to the latest instalment of Trusted Recommends, the weekly rundown where we list the latest and greatest gadgets to pass through our labs over the last seven days. This week’s been a big one with everything from new PS5 games, to top notch TVs and vacuums earning...
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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (firefox and thunderbird), Fedora (haproxy, wordpress, and xen), openSUSE (apache2-mod_auth_openidc, fail2ban, ghostscript, haserl, libcroco, nextcloud, and wireshark), Oracle (kernel and kernel-container), Slackware (httpd), SUSE...
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Microsoft users might be able to throw away the sticky note taped to their laptop: the company introduced a new option to delete password authentication. Microsoft uses its authenticator app, fingerprint/facial recognition, and SMS/email verification codes to verify...
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Phrase is catnip for software market UK government has tempted the ravenous software and consultancy supply market with £4bn in the name of 'large-scale digital transformation programmes.'…
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Studies show that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the mental health of many who might not have had such problems before, and it's hardly surprising given the plight New York City experienced throughout 2020. After living through such a tense time when it was rare that we...
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Nearly a quarter (24 percent) of office workers have experienced a data breach, yet 12 percent say nothing will make them take cyber security more seriously, and a third won't take extra precautions. A survey of over 2,000 UK office staff from BlueFort Security finds 34...
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As we continue our journey through the extended new normal of the pandemic, it is crystal clear that to survive and thrive, companies will have to adapt to be able to respond to the ever-evolving needs of today’s digital consumers. It is not an exaggeration to say that...
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Plus: Adam Mosseri on News Feeds, remote drivers for cars, and a pickle for Greenland.
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Not always, but Swiss team says you can manage the risks There's a fine line between getting hold of data that may be in the public interest and downright stealing data just because you can. And simply because the data is out there – having been stolen by online intruders...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from InterestingEngineering: As global carbon emissions that stem from fossil fuels keep adding to our ever-growing climate change issue, energy companies have turned their focus on renewables to generate fuel. One of those companies is...
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This 4K flagship is fantastic, even if you plan to watch with all the lights on.
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The Covid-19 conversation has truly hit a nadir.
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I understand this is a few weeks old (an eternity in Covid death cult moon phases), but I cannot find it in our archives and it's important these things are saved for posterity.
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The next-gen Apple Watch is officially here, here’s how it compares to one of the Android alternatives, the Galaxy Watch 4. We’ve been waiting a while, but the new Apple Watch 7 is finally here, and it’s not really what people thought it would be. Meanwhile, the Galaxy...
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Black Me Out is a new Audible original from the company's 'Words + Music' series, written and narrated by Laura Jane Grace, the singer of Against Me! and the author of the provocative music memoir Tranny. And it's fantastic. It's the musical memoir I've been waiting for for...
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Epik, an internet services company that's provided hosting and domain name services to right-wing sites such as Parler, Gab and the recently-infamous Texas abortion snitch site, was hacked this week and customer data leaked. In a press release on the hack, dubbed Operation...
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Four-hundred-fifty-six in a series. Welcome to this week's overview of the best apps, games and extensions released for Windows 10 and 11 on the Microsoft Store and elsewhere in the past seven days. Microsoft released a passwordless sign-in option for Microsoft account this...
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