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Russian hackers reportedly attacked GOP computer systems, Ian Carlos Campbell

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Russian state hackers affiliated with the group Cozy Bear were reportedly behind an attack last week on Synnex, a contractor that provides IT services for the Republican National Committee (RNC), Bloomberg writes. The attack may have exposed the organization’s information. When asked by Bloomberg, a spokesperson for the RNC denied the organization’s systems had been hacked, but confirmed that one …

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NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center: A hub for historic and modern-day rocket power, ,

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NASA’s George C. Marshall Space Flight Center has more than six decades of history designing, building and testing a storied series of rockets, rocket engines and instruments to fly in space. The center’s accomplishments include the Redstone rocket used to launch Project Mercury, the Saturn rockets for the Apollo program, the Skylab space station, and the Hubble Space Telescope. Marshall …

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Microsoft issues emergency Windows patch to fix critical ‘PrintNightmare’ vulnerability, Tom Warren

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Microsoft has started rolling out an emergency Windows patch to address a critical flaw in the Windows Print Spooler service. The vulnerability, dubbed PrintNightmare, was revealed last week, after security researchers accidentally published proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit code. Microsoft has issued out-of-band security updates to address the flaw, and has rated it as critical as attackers can remotely execute code with …

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Don’t count out the Nintendo Switch Pro, Sean Hollister

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The Nintendo Switch is fine. Like Alex says, there’s no pressing reason for Nintendo to replace it right now. But does that mean today’s new OLED variant has utterly dashed our dreams of a more powerful Switch Pro, one that might play games like Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Hyrule Warriors, and Persona 5 Strikers without chugging? I wouldn’t rule out a …

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Pokemon Go is still incredibly relevant, Mitchell Clark

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Even though Pokemon Go is turning five years old this week, it’s still going strong with upcoming events, some notable fans, and what appears to be a whole lot of profit. It looks like Niantic’s Pokemon Go brought in over $5 billion since its launch in July of 2016, averaging around a billion dollars per year, according to Sensor Tower …

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TikTok confirms the app is ‘experiencing some issues’, Jay Peters

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The TikTok app is currently “experiencing some issues,” according to the app’s support account on Twitter. The app’s team is “working quickly to address” the problems. The problem appears to be fairly widespread, with more than 40,000 user reports of problems on DownDetector at one point. The TikTok app is currently experiencing some issues, which our team is working quickly …

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Universal and DreamWorks films to exclusively hit Peacock within four months of theatrical releases, Catie Keck

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Beginning next year, Universal theatrical releases will head to Peacock as exclusives no later than four months after they premiere in cinemas — a clear bid to win over subscribers who may have missed the studio’s flicks on the silver screen. The multi-year deal will see not only Universal titles but films from DreamWorks, Illumination, and Focus Films as well. …

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Universal and DreamWorks films to exclusively hit Peacock within four months of theatrical releases, Catie Keck

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Beginning next year, Universal theatrical releases will head to Peacock as exclusives no later than four months after they premiere in cinemas — a clear bid to win over subscribers who may have missed the studio’s flicks on the silver screen. The multi-year deal will see not only Universal titles but films from DreamWorks, Illumination, and Focus Films as well. …

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Peugeot reveals a wicked wingless hypercar, Sean O’Kane

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French automaker Peugeot has revealed the new hybrid hypercar that it will race in the World Endurance Championship series and the 24 Hours of Le Mans next year. Not only does it look extremely cool — it truly “looks fast standing still,” as they say in motorsports — but it’s missing the typical rear wing, meaning Peugeot’s designers and engineers …