Hacking Team hack: cybersecurity firm 'sold spying tools to oppressive regimes to let them spy on activists and journalists', hack claims
Hacking Team, an Italian set of hackers that hires out its servicesá to governments and other organisations, has been hacked. The documents taken in the attack have been leaked online, appearing ...
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LG Display has news for people who are into working with notebook PCs. They have announced lighter and slimmer LCD panels. Unleashing "Advanced In-cell Touch" (AIT) technology, LG Display said ...
10 hours ago from Phys.org
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