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Speaking in Tech: Too fat for MARS!
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via go.theregister.com)
Podcast And Sarah HATES Doctor Who
 
Ad-borne Cryptowall ransomware is set to claim FRESH VICTIMS
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via go.theregister.com)
Cybercrooks slurping hundreds of thousands from innocent marks, say securo-bodsSecurity watchers are warning of a surge in CryptoWall ransomware victims this month that will coincide with a campaign to spread a new variant of the malware though advertising networks.…
 
DOUBLE BONK: Angry fanbois catch Apple Pay picking pockets
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via go.theregister.com)
Users wail as pay-by-bonk transactions are duplicatedTim Cook's dream of bonk-to-pay world domination has taken a serious battering after customers using the new Apple Pay system were double charged.…
 
Consumers start feeling the love as Chromebook sales surge
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via go.theregister.com)
Samsung, Acer, HP take three quarters of Google-based marketChromebooks are set to become the next big thing in personal computing devices after sales skyrocketed by two thirds over the last quarter.…
 
Zuck shocks China, says 我们正在招聘 (we're hiring) in MANDARIN
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via go.theregister.com)
Facebook founder speaks fluent Chinese - for marital blissMark Zuckerberg has wowed a Chinese audience by displaying his mastery of Mandarin - a language that's possibly as difficult to master as Facebook's privacy settings.…
 
Web Developers: Autumnal webinars throw light on the Cloud
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via go.theregister.com)
Special guests for special webinarsPromo Microsoft is running a raft of Azure training events throughout October to help you get onboard its cloud platform, whether you’re a neophyte or an experienced web developer.…
 
Protesters Who Planned To Smash “Police Brutality” Pumpkins Arrested For Littering, Assault
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via prisonplanet.com)
Steve Watson | Missouri cops squash First Amendment rights as residents attempt Ferguson inspired demonstration.
 
“No Refusal” Blood Draw Checkpoint Planned for Ohio
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via prisonplanet.com)
Paul Joseph Watson | Controversial procedure considered a 4th amendment violation by some.
 
Black Milk Talks Random Axe, Jack White and Lyrical Growth on 'If There's a Hell Below'
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via exclaim.ca)
Black Milk initially built his reputation on his production skills, but on his new album There's a Hell Below, due out on October 28 on his own Computer Ugly imprint, the Detroit-reared hip-hop artist continues developing his narrative approach to MCing. His last album, 2013's No Poison No Paradise, was his first album-length attempt to break from "rapping about rap," a trend that continues on his
 
Jack White to Discuss 'The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records' at Yale
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via exclaim.ca)
Vinyl enthusiast Jack White is set to release the second volume of The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records next month — and it'll be getting the Ivy League treatment. The forthcoming release follows up last year's Volume One, which covered 1917-1927, and will celebrate the final years of the label from 1928-1932. To provide further insight on the label that "birthed the entire genre of
 



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