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A Florida teenager has just been arrested for Twitter’s huge hack

In the early morning, the FBI, IRS, US intelligence and Florida law enforcement officers knocked on the door of a 17-year-old in Tampa, Florida, and arrested him – and accused him of being the “mastermind” behind the biggest security and Data breach in Twitter history that took over the accounts of President Barack Obama, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, Bill …

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According to Bloomberg, President Trump plans to separate TikTok from its Chinese owner

President Donald Trump intends to sign an order instructing ByteDance to sell its property in the US-based video sharing app TikTok Bloomberg. The order, which could be announced on Friday afternoon, would use the United States Foreign Investment Council (CFIUS) to force ByteDance to sell, much like last year against Chinese investors at Grindr. Earlier this month, Secretary of State …

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V for Vendetta knew that our future would be bleak

The Verge is a place where you can think about the future. Films too. In yesterday’s future, we look at a film about the future again and look at the things it tells us about today, tomorrow and yesterday. The film: V for Vendetta (2006) by James McTeigue The future: in the V for VendettaA lot went wrong very quickly …

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How Google brings Windows apps to Chromebooks

Google announced earlier this year that it plans to support Windows applications on Chromebooks thanks to a partnership with Parallels. This collaboration launches a full version of Windows in Chrome OS, giving businesses the ability to run existing desktop apps on Google’s lightweight Chromebook devices. In an exclusive interview with The edgeGoogle is now explaining how and why Windows apps …

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Finally, HBO Now subscribers can continue to stream on Amazon

Amazon and WarnerMedia have entered into a new temporary agreement that will allow HBO Now customers to continue streaming on Fire TV as companies continue to negotiate HBO Max. Before we go any further, let’s break down this situation. In April, WarnerMedia launched its new crown jewel streaming service, HBO Max. The app was made available everywhere, except on Amazon …

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Twitter asks users what features they expect from a subscription

Twitter has officially confirmed that it is investigating the idea of ​​a paid subscription model, and the company has now started asking users via Twitter reporter Andrew Roth about potential features that could be added as part of a potential paid service. Roth’s thread shows a variety of features that Twitter appears to be considering as part of a paid …

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