Month: April 2019

YouTube and YouTube TV Book 13 Exclusive MLB Games Later This Year

YouTube and YouTube TV Book 13 Exclusive MLB Games Later This Year

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YouTube TV

During the second half of the 2019 MLB season, YouTube and YouTube TV will exclusively broadcast 13 games for free in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico. The games and schedule haven’t been announced yet, but YouTube is going all out here.

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Apple sets sights on services as iPhone revenue continues to fall

Apple sets sights on services as iPhone revenue continues to fall

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The Apple logo takes corporeal form outside an Apple store.

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Today, Apple shared its fiscal second-quarter results with shareholders. After a tumultuous first quarter that saw CEO Tim Cook revise the company’s guidance weeks before the earnings report was made public, investors and analysts were looking for Apple to divulge some good news—particularly

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DEAL: Buy Unlocked Galaxy S9 or S9+, Get a Free 512GB SD Card and Wireless Charger

DEAL: Buy Unlocked Galaxy S9 or S9+, Get a Free 512GB SD Card and Wireless Charger

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Galaxy S9 Free 512GB

Amazon’s current deal of the day is a good one if you were considering a Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+. For the next few hours, you can grab the US unlocked Galaxy S9 or S9+ and get a free 512GB microSD card, as well as a free … Read the rest

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Here’s the New Facebook App With Its Big Focus on Groups

Here’s the New Facebook App With Its Big Focus on Groups

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New Facebook App

Alongside its big Messenger announcements today at F8, Facebook showed off its new Facebook desktop and app experiences. They are calling it a “fresh” design that is “simpler, faster, more immersive and puts your communities at the center.” It’s super white too, with blue highlights rather than the blue … Read the rest

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Zero-day attackers deliver a double dose of ransomware—no clicking required

Zero-day attackers deliver a double dose of ransomware—no clicking required

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Screenshot of ransomware warning.

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Attackers have been actively exploiting a critical zero-day vulnerability in the widely used Oracle WebLogic server to install ransomware, with no clicking or other interaction necessary on the part of end users, researchers from Cisco Talos said on Tuesday.

The vulnerability and working exploit

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