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The Google Play Store prohibits stalkerware Android apps

Because of its more open ecosystem, Android is notorious for running rampantly all types of malware. Some of them even passed Google’s exam for reviewing apps for the Google Play Store. These are covertly trying to hide their less than innocent behavior, but it appears that a certain class of software has worked under Google’s nose outdoors. However, as of …

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NBA Playoffs: How to Watch Celtics vs. Heat Game 3 tonight on ESPN

The 2020 NBA playoffs are more reminiscent than ever of the college format, with surprising surprises, and now it’s the last four teams. In Game 1 of the Western Conference finals, the most popular Los Angeles Lakers beat this year’s Cinderella team, the Denver Nuggets, last night when Lakers star Anthony Davis scored 37 points and 10 rebounds. Tonight in …

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How to watch the NASCAR playoffs in Bristol today without wires

NASCAR returned to the track in May afterwards Suspension of his season in March as the Coronavirus Spread. After a summer of racing, the NASCAR playoffs are here. 16 drivers qualified for the playoffs based on the Cup Series ranking. Today’s race is the Bass Pro Shops Night Race and coverage begins Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET (4:30 p.m. PT) …

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Trump approves TikTok-Oracle deal, he says

The new company will be called TikTok Global. Angela Lang / CNET President Donald Trump said on Saturday that he had “conceptually” signed a contract for Oracle to take over the US activities of the popular video app TikTok, according to a Bloomberg report. Trump had previously cited national security concerns in Placement of two executive orders say that TikTok …

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Study finds a UV light that kills COVID-19 and is safe for humans

Researchers at Hiroshima University in Japan have shown that a wavelength of UV light that is safe for use in people’s surroundings can also kill the virus that causes COVID-19. The newly published study is the first to show that ultraviolet C light with a wavelength of 222 nm (Far-UVC) is specifically effective against SARS-CoV-2, not just against similarly structured …

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Roscosmo’s director says Venus is a Russian planet

Officials in Russia were dealing with some gimmicks, apparently trying to claim an entire planet. Last week, the general director of the Russian space company Roscosmos claimed that Venus is a Russian planet. General Director Dmitry Rogozin told reporters that resumption of exploration of Venus was on Russia’s agenda. Rogozin told reporters, “We think Venus is a Russian planet,” advising …

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Large colony of bats powers the National Weather Service’s radar

If you’re this close to a Mexican bat, you’re probably too close. Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton / CNET It’s not Halloween yet, but that hasn’t stopped a large colony of bats from breaking into the National Weather Service’s radar. A cauldron of bats – the creative catchphrase for a group of bats – appeared in Phoenix, Arizona on September …

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Ford can give Bronco buyers the Sasquatch package and manual in 2021

When Ford announced the 2021 Bronco, there was very little to disappoint. One thing Ford Bronco buyers wouldn’t allow was the Sasquatch package, which adds larger tires with the manual transmission. This bothered some Bronco fans as Jeep will allow buyers to get the Rubicon package with a manual transmission. Reports have now surfaced that in Moab, Utah, Ford is …

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