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Donald Trump Just Asked Russia To Hack Hillary Clinton's Emails

During a news conference in Florida today, Donald J. Trump — a man who is running for what is arguably the most powerful job in the world — challenged Russia to hack into opponent Hillary Clinton’s email.


The Group That Hacked Mark Zuckerberg Is Now Going After News Sites

OurMine, the hacking group that took credit for breaking into the social media accounts of Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey, apparently has a new target: News sites.


How To Turn Trash Into A Working Hair Dryer

Haven’t cleaned your desk in years? At this point you’ve probably accumulated enough crap to recycle it all into something useful, instead of just sweeping it all onto the floor. YouTube’s MrGear has an easy-to-follow tutorial show you how to turn an old CD case, some soda cans, and various unwanted electronic bits into a working homebrew blower.


How To Stop Your Dang Phone From Ringing In Places It Shouldn't

Whether it’s a movie theatre, dinner party or your annual review at work, there are times when you definitely don’t want your mobile ringing out. Thanks to a bunch of hidden features and apps, it doesn’t have to happen to you. Here are three simple ways to keep your phone’s disturbances in line.


FTC Launches Investigation Into Ashley Madison, CEO Says 'Sorry'

Almost a year after a massive hack exposing the users of the infidelity website Ashley Madison, its parent company Avid Life Media is bringing on a new CEO and president to make some much needed changes. However, the company is also the subject of a new US Federal Trade Commission investigation, according to Reuters.


Use These Secret Codes To Unlock Hidden Features On Your iPhone

Since the earliest days of cellular technology, secret codes have been embedded into the software of our mobile devices, and they’re still in place today. Included in these hidden codes for the iPhone is a special diagnostics mode you can use to troubleshoot problems, get a more accurate signal reception measurement, and more.


Terrifying Laser Bazooka Is Like A Handheld Death Star

In the right hands, broken electronics can be turned into something useful again. But useful isn’t the best way to describe Drake Anthony’s 200-watt laser bazooka made from a bunch of old DLP projectors that he bought off eBay. Words like incredibly “dangerous”, “do-not-try-this-at-home” or “are you crazy?” seem more appropriate.


How To Unlock Secret Settings In Windows 10

The Windows registry is a sprawling, usually impenetrable settings file covering just about every aspect of the operating system and applications running on a computer. A lot of these settings are hidden from the user, but if you know what you’re doing, you can don your tweaking and customise Windows in a variety of ways. Here’s how to get started.


Finally, A Playable Version Of The World's Tiniest Violin

It doesn’t take much practice to learn to play the world’s tiniest violin — just a complete and utter lack of sympathy for what someone else is complaining about. But thanks to the folks at Design I/O, your microscopic violin will finally produce actual sad music.


Hacker Claims To Be Selling 32 Million Twitter Passwords On Dark Web 

Another day, another report that your social-media password could now be for sale on the dark web: A hacker claims to be selling 32 million Twitter log-ins. Twitter, on the other hand, says it wasn’t even hacked and that the information probably comes from other leaks and people using the same password for everything.


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