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Scientists at Russian Nuclear Research Facility Arrested For Mining Cryptocurrency on Supercomputer

Some scientists working at one of Russia’s top-secret nuclear research facilities have been arrested by state security officers for allegedly trying to use the site’s powerful research computers to mine cryptocurrency called Bitcoin. The alleged attempt to mine Bitcoin was carried out at the Federal Nuclear Center in Sarov, a restricted area with high security …

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The success of every blog site is largely a factor of the amount of traffic it is able to generate. The main priority of most bloggers is to drive a large number of readers/users to consistently visit their websites for updates. However, this is somewhat always not easy as it seems. Being that successful blogger …

Install WordPress 4.9.4 Manually to Vanquish the Bug in Earlier Update

Only a day after WordPress 4.9.3 was released, it released 4.9.4 version to fix a critical bug that broke the automatic update mechanism in WordPress. Last week, WordPress released a 4.9.3 version with patches for a total of 34 vulnerabilities. But unfortunately, a bug went unnoticed during the 4.9.3 development cycle which triggers a PHP Fatal …

Chinese Police Wear Facial Recognition Glasses To Identify Crime Suspects

The Chinese Police have added a new weapon in their surveillance arms stockpile: Shades with built-in facial recognition. This is used to potentially identify criminals and wipe out any blind sides of crimes. According to Communist Party’s Official Newspaper People’s Daily, these glasses are being tested at the railway stations of Zhengzhou to scan the …

How to Increase Download Speeds In Google Chrome For Android Using Parallel Downloading?

Google Fined $21.1 Million for ‘Unfair Search Bias’ in India India’s antitrust watchdog, the Competition Commission of India imposed a 1.36bn rupees (£15.2m; $21.2m) for search bias and abusing its dominance in the country. According to CCI’s investigation details, the users searching for flight details were redirected to Google’s own flight search page eventually affecting the rival …

Google Fined $21.1 Million for ‘Unfair Search Bias’ in India

India’s antitrust watchdog, the Competition Commission of India imposed a 1.36bn rupees (£15.2m; $21.2m) for search bias and abusing its dominance in the country. “Google was leveraging its dominance in the market for online general web search, to strengthen its position in the market for online syndicate search services. The competitors were denied access to the online …