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HBO Hacker Leaks $250000 Offer Memo from Network


As a show of good faith, HBO offered to make a bug bounty payment. But a source close to the situation told CNBC that this email was merely a "delay tactic" and said HBO is having no communication with the hackers now. It is likely that HBO was trying to not have anything leaked out in public. HBO has not publicly commented on their investigation or the "bounty payment". Read More »

Shia board moves SC for ownership of Babri Masjid


Giving details, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said if the court will dismiss the Opposition party's plea than he won't argue, adding the court has made a decision to listen the opening argument on 5th December. The land dispute in Ayodhya took political and communal overtones, with electoral outfits promising the construction of Ram Mandir on the disputed site. Read More »

Ferrari Speeds Past Former Parent Fiat Chrysler in Market Value


In terms of a technical look around Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (FCAU) stock price comparison to its moving averages, shares of company spotted the move of 4.27% isolated from the 50-day moving average and derived -1.25% away from 20-day moving average in the most recent session. Read More »

Game of Thrones teasers for season 7, episode 5


But you could argue that Cersei is the one whose appearance has changed the most. There is another thing that going to happen in Episode 5. The war in Westeros rages on in " Game of Thrones " season 7, and Jon Snow ( Kit Harington ) is the only one who is preparing to fight the real threat that everyone will eventually have to face. Read More »

Why You Shouldn't Fall For Phony Eclipse Glasses


The CSUF eclipse chasers plan to livestream the event on the Department of Physics Facebookpage. A total lunar eclipse can make the moon appear red or orange because the only light reaching it is coming from the edges of the earth (sunrises and sunsets). Read More »

2017 - 08 - Asteroid 2012 TC4 will fly past Earth in October 2017


This is just far enough away to miss satellites which orbit at about 22,000 miles above Earth. "It's damn close", said Rolf Densing, who heads the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany. "However, it makes you wonder what will happen next time", he said. Also, it would likely behave very differently to the Chelyabinsk object. A meteor that blazed across southern Urals in February 2013 was the largest recorded meteor strike in more than a century. Read More »

Liberty Global PLC (LBTYA) Director John C. Malone Acquires 519592 Shares


The value of the company's investment in Liberty Global plc - Class C Or decreased from $62,699,000 to $55,068,000 a change of 12.2% quarter over quarter. In the latest earnings report the EPS was $-1.30 and is estimated to be $0.23 for the current year with 171,381,000 shares now outstanding. Liberty Global plc (LBTYA)'s RSI (Relative Strength Index) is 66.67. Read More »

Camaro ZL1 To Represent Chevy In Cup Series


Chevrolet engineers employed an array of tools, including computational fluid dynamics analysis and reduced-scale and full-scale wind-tunnel testing, to optimize aerodynamic performance while maintaining the ZL1's design character. Joining Chevrolet today for the Camaro ZL1 race car's debut were representatives from Hendrick Motorsports , Richard Childress Racing , Chip Ganassi Racing , Germain Racing , JTG Daugherty Racing and Leavine Family Racing . Read More »

Apple may drop the S from the iPhone


While Android handsets have been utilising larger displays for many years now, 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays are still relatively new for iPhone users. Verdict: iPhone 8 wins. The Apple iPhone 8 will probably have a bigger screen that the normal iPhone 7, but you could always get an iPhone 7 Plus if screen size is a factor for you. Read More »

China's quantum satellite sends unbreakable signals


The satellite, called Quantum Experiments at Space Scale ( QUESS ), is claimed to be the world's first of its kind, and was sent into a sun-synchronous orbit on August 16, 2016. QKD uses photons the particles which transmit light to transfer data. They explained that any attempt to eavesdrop on the quantum channel would introduce detectable disturbances to the system, and if intercepted or measured, the quantum state of the key will change - causing the intercepted data to "self-destruct". Read More »

It looks like Multiplayer Might Finally Come to No Man's Sky


In addition to the new story, Atlas Rises also improves navigation between planets and systems, increases the variety of planetary biomes, adds giant, crashed freighters to planet surfaces, introduces a new mission system, adds depth to the trading system, upgrades the Analysis Visor, overhauls the UI and opens up terrain editing with the Multi-Tool. Read More »

Moto Z2 Force, 360 Camera Moto Mod Now Available in US

This implies that the smartphone might be coming to the Latin American country sooner rather than later. The trip through the regulator hasn't unearthed specs, but the pictures show the general dimensions of the device, which will measure around 16cmx8cm. Read More »

Xbox Achievements are getting "fundamental changes" soon


The highest up in the hierarchy is the prestigious Alpha level, which is pretty hard to reach, but not impossible if you stay focused and you're devoted to doing it. "We can do a lot more to reflect and let people show their gaming history and their status", said Ybarra. So it does appear like the Xbox One achievement system will be getting a meaningful tweak in the upcoming months. Read More »

Tesla Wants To Test Autonomous Semi-Trucks Soon


Based on emails between Tesla and the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) that were obtained by Reuters , it appears that Tesla wants to test the driverless truck in Nevada. The idea is to have one truck in the lead with the rest following closely behind, slowing down or speeding up at the same time as the lead vehicle. According to the report, details of which were carried in a number of other news outlets in the U.S. Read More »

Nintendo hit by lawsuit over Switch design


California-based Gamevice filed its lawsuit at the US District Court for the Central District of California on Wednesday, July 9. As you can see, it is a tablet with game controllers attached to either side but none of it really resembles the Nintendo Switch . Read More »

New York Times issues epic climate change "scoop" correction


The hydrology of the Colorado River Basin, on which the West's big cities such as Phoenix, Los Angeles and Las Vegas depend, has already undergone "profound change", the report says. Even if society immediately stopped emitting greenhouse gases, the world temperature is still predicted to rise an additional 0.50 degrees Fahrenheit by about 2100. Read More »

Keep your eyes safe during the solar eclipse this month

While the desire may be to stand outside and stare at the rare celestial event , Loyola Medicine ophthalmologist and retina specialist Manthan Shah, MD, warns of the serious potential for permanent damage to the retinas if done improperly. Read More »

Rally in support of quarterback Kaepernick planned


The former San Francisco 49er became a topic of national conversation past year for choosing to kneel instead of stand for the national anthem, citing police violence and social injustice against minorities. Some disagree, including outspoken ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith. Several civil rights groups have organized a rally in support of free agent quarterback Colin Kapernick. Read More »

Global Study Says 2016 Was Warmest Year on Record


Temperature records were first broken in 2014, when that year became the hottest year since global temperature records began in 1880. In 2016, the average global temperature across land and ocean surface areas was 0.94 degrees Celsius (1.69 degrees Fahrenheit) above the 20th century average of 13.9 degrees Celsius (57.0 degrees Fahrenheit), according to NOAA. Read More »

Ancient infant skull yields insights into human-ape lineage


It was during this critical time that primitive apes began to diversify, adapting to new environments and spreading from Africa into Eurasia. Researchers have found bits of jaw, facial bones and foreheads, but a complete cranium is an nearly miraculous find. Read More »

Analysts Ratings on: Activision Blizzard, Inc. (ATVI)

The Connecticut-based Thomson Horstmann & Bryant Inc has invested 0.82% in the stock. About 40,587 shares traded. It has outperformed by 171.72% the S&P500. (NASDAQ:HSNI) rating on Thursday, July 6. Cowen & Co maintained Activision Blizzard, Inc . Morgan Stanley restated their overweight rating on shares of Activision Blizzard, Inc (NASDAQ:ATVI) in a report issued on Saturday, July 22nd. Read More »

Overwatch Deathmatch Modes Coming Soon


The former mode is first to 20 kills, and the latter is first to 30. Already available on the PC Public Test Region, an Overwatch Deathmatch mode is coming soon to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, Blizzard announced today . DM and TDM, much like any other game that features the mode, requires players or teams to reach a designated number of kills in order to win the game. Read More »

Apple Will Soar to $1 Trillion Market Cap, RBC Says


KEYW Holding Corp. (NASDAQ:KEYW) has risen 6.38% since August 10, 2016 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 16.70% the S&P500. The correct version of this piece of content can be accessed at Read More »

Apple iPhone 8 Trying Too Hard To Not Be Galaxy S8


While digging around some source code , a Twitter user found lines of text suggesting that the iPhone 8 will silence notifications when peering at the OLED display . The iPhone 8 will reportedly pack an iPhone 7 Plus-size OLED display into a body that's only slightly larger than the iPhone 7. According to the anticipations, the Apple's OLED iPhone 8 is going to have a 3D sensor capability, powered by the PrimeSense technology that is integrated with augemented ... Read More »