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Facebook user data exposed online again, 267 million accounts now wild
A security researcher has reported that Facebook had more than 267 million users.
Sao Paulo locals likely to cheat claims Ashley Madison account graphic
Sao Paulo ranked as top city for cheaters with New York coming in second due to Ashley Madison data hack.
TomTom extends Apple agreement
Tomorrow, the Bungie team will continue to roll out information for the upcoming Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves
TomTom Launches New GO Navigation Devices with Lifetime World Maps and Lifetime Speed Cameras
Bungie continue to roll out information for the upcoming Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves.
Have you seen the fake Bunnings voucher Facebook scam recently?
Bunnings has been targetted by a large scale Facebook scam with participants being promised a $2,000 AU hardware store voucher.
Banned canadian CS:GO professional Joshua 'steel' Nissan speaks up
Banned Canadian CS:GO professional player Joshua 'steel' Nissan speaks up - issuing a public statement on his Facebook fan page.
The Wall Street Journal warned us in 1990 about sale of personal data
The Wall Street Journal published an article in 1990 warning us about sale of personal data. It's interesting and awakening to reflect on past information.
BMW and HERE pair up for advanced automotive driver experiences
BMW and Nokia-owned company HERE are trying to connect drivers with their cars and provide maximum intergration into the outside world.
Nokia Lumia leak spotted, features camera 'hump'
The new Nokia phone has been seen leaked to a Chinese website.
Razer Nabu smartband confirmed for release next week
Razer to release their black-color smartband to the North American market starting next week.
NSA collects over 29 petabytes of data per day
The NSA collects over 26 million gigabytes of data per day, or a huge 29PB.
Edward Snowden, NSA whistleblower, provides some insight during a Q&A session
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden sits down for a Q&A session.
Anonymous' latest trick is posting Bank of America's spying data online
Bank of America spying on consumers? Anonymous' latest data is trying to prove that.
Facebook continues to collect data on users who have logged out of the social network
Even when logged out, Facebook still track data on you.
Kaspersky uncovers five-year cyber espionage network, makes the Flame malware look like a wimp
A five-year espionage campaign dubbed 'Red October' has been found by Kaspersky.
Symantec Announces Norton Zone
First Titles Get Steam's Greenlight
VALVE LAUNCHES STEAM GREENLIGHT
Windows 8 will send Microsoft information each time you install new software
Each time you install software on Windows 8, it will send Microsoft information.
Blizzard gets hacked, emails, answers to security questions and more gets taken
Blizzard's network gets hacked, emails, and more info is stolen.
Apple slap 24-hour suspension on phone-based resets of Apple ID passwords in a bid to stem more hacks
In a response to recent hacks, Apple are slapping 24-hour suspensions on phone-based resets of Apple.
Google improves Play Store by clamping down on dodgy Android apps
Google updates their developer program policy page, makes the Play Store more secure by clamping dow.
Bing expands, will sport Facebook, Twitter integration
Twitter, Facebook integration to be included with Microsoft's Bing.
Apple Conference Call