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You'll never guess what Equifax used as a password (because it's way worse than you think)

You'll never guess what Equifax used as a password (because it's way worse than you think) Oh, Equifax.The screwup was discovered by Milwaukee-based  cybersecurity firm Hold Security, which was able to gain access to a number of people's personal data using, according to CNBC, "guesswork.

Apple's iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are now available for pre-order

Apple's iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are now available for pre-order The moment has arrived: You can now pre-order Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.Well, besides the brand new gold/pink color, the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus have better cameras compared to their predecessors.

Sellers are advertising full face masks as 'anti iPhone X identity theft' accessories

Sellers are advertising full face masks as 'anti iPhone X identity theft' accessories Quick, what's everyone afraid of with the new iPhone X?The new iPhone X will leave out the traditional fingerprint scanner in favour of its new facial recognition system, Face ID, to unlock the phone.

48 hours of innovation: What we learned at dmexco

48 hours of innovation: What we learned at dmexco As dmexco comes to an end, attendees are leaving with new insights and ideas around the digiconomy and how to stay innovative in the ever changing tech landscape.On the flip side, if AI seems beyond your brand's reach, allowing the consumer to personalise their own experience with your brand is another way to provide the same value.

Lomography's new instant camera looks like it's straight outta the '80s

Lomography's new instant camera looks like it's straight outta the '80s Just like the company's first instant camera, the Lomo'Instant, the Instant Square is being crowdfunded on Kickstarter.The Instant Square is the second camera to support Fujifilm's Instax Square film.

Google Chrome will turn off autoplay videos with sound to improve your browsing experience

Google Chrome will turn off autoplay videos with sound to improve your browsing experience It's not a secret that nowadays our browsing experience can be extremely frustrating due to those autoplay videos which suddenly pop up on the page and don't want to go away, even if you try to scroll down.The worst part of the experience, perhaps, is the audio.

What the iPhone X means for the iPhone 11

What the iPhone X means for the iPhone 11 After three years of dual-release events — where Apple would launch two phones with generally the same abilities but different sizes — we finally got something new.12, 2017, Apple announced three new iPhones: the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the forward-looking iPhone X (pronounced "ten").

PSA: You can get $300 off the iPhone 8 with Verizon

PSA: You can get $300 off the iPhone 8 with Verizon The iPhone 8 is here and avid Apple fans across the globe are preparing to shell out a few hundred dollars for the newest generation.Boy, do we have news for you: Verizon is offering $300 off the iPhone 8 from now through Sept.

Apple is adding a helpful new charging feature with the iPhone X ... but it'll cost you

Apple is adding a helpful new charging feature with the iPhone X ... but it'll cost you The iPhone X supports fast charging.According to Apple's official specs, it only takes 30 minutes to charge its battery up to 50%.

Remarkable is the paper lover's tablet

Remarkable is the paper lover's tablet The Remarkable tablet (the company spells the name, "reMarkable," get it?With its mostly white chassis (it has a silver magnesium back) the Remarkable tablet largely succeeds in its effort to evoke the look and feel of paper.

People are now buying ski masks for iPhone security

People are now buying ski masks for iPhone security When we heard that the iPhone X would open with Face ID, we predicted that people might get a little bit nervous.As it turns out, "a little" was a massive understatement.

OurMine hacks Vevo, releases staggering 3.12TB of internal files

OurMine hacks Vevo, releases staggering 3.12TB of internal files This past summer was basically hunting season for hackers (as HBO well knows), but just because fall is now upon us doesn't mean the hacking spree has stopped.— has confirmed to Mashable that it's the last victim of a data breach.

8 reasons why buying an iPhone 8 makes more sense than the iPhone X

8 reasons why buying an iPhone 8 makes more sense than the iPhone X Settle for the iPhone 8 or 8 Plus?So why wait when there's plenty of great reasons to buy the iPhone 8 or 8 Plus instead?

Find out who’s stealing your packages with an HD outdoor camera

Find out who’s stealing your packages with an HD outdoor camera There’s an app (enabled camera) for that.The Canary Flex Camera is a weatherproof, app-enabled smart camera with a whole host of capabilities that would put James Bond to shame.

Google quietly added a new video feature to Google Maps

Google quietly added a new video feature to Google Maps Your destination will now come to life when you search on Google Maps.Google has added a new video feature to accompany its mapping service, the company announced.

'Virus-scanning' iOS apps have always been a scam. Now Apple is finally cracking down

'Virus-scanning' iOS apps have always been a scam. Now Apple is finally cracking down Misleading iOS "security" apps are about to be a thing of the past.You should not market your app on the App Store or offline as including content or services that it does not actually offer (e.

The future of obnoxiously loud autoplay videos is in doubt

The future of obnoxiously loud autoplay videos is in doubt Starting in early 2018 will block autoplay video with sound on its popular Chrome browser.Could we soon be heralding the end of noisy autoplay video?

Facebook tests 'Snooze' to temporarily hide annoying friends

Facebook tests 'Snooze' to temporarily hide annoying friends You know that guy in your News Feed who just got a car and won't stop posting pictures?It's testing a "Snooze" button that allows users to temporarily unfollow individuals, pages, and groups for periods of 24 hours, a week, or 30 days.