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Why BlackBerry, Galapagos, and Progress Tool Jumped This day
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Why BlackBerry, Galapagos, and Progress Tool Jumped This day

Find out which of these stocks fared the best as the quarter came to a close. Wall Street celebrated the last day of the first quarter with gains for the stock market, as investors marveled at the way in which major indexes have regained much of the ground they lost during the last three months…

$1,000 for a smartphone? How about $100?
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$1,000 for a smartphone? How about $100?

The Samsung Galaxy J phone won’t win any critics awards. It has a smaller 5-inch LCD screen to the brighter 6.4-inch AMOLED display of the top of the line S10+, a weaker battery and processor and less storage, 16 GB vs. 128 GB. But the S10+ starts at $899, and if you’ve got the cash…

AirPods finally receive change with wi-fi charging, Siri and extra focus on time
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AirPods finally receive change with wi-fi charging, Siri and extra focus on time

Eli Blumenthal USA TODAY Published 3:36 PM EDT Mar 20, 2019 The second generation of AirPods have finally arrived.  Following a hardware update cycle that saw new iPads on Monday and refreshed iMacs on Tuesday, Apple released the long-awaited update to AirPods Wednesday.  Keeping the same name and largely same design as the original AirPods first…

iPhone enters the 5G poke – Komando
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iPhone enters the 5G poke – Komando

While major Android gadget makers crowed about plans to roll out 5G phones this year, Apple stayed mum.In fact, not only was Apple going to miss getting 5G iPhones out this year, experts were also saying the company wouldn’t hit a 2020 target. Apple was seeing its iPhone falling way behind competitors — and all…

Millions the exercise of 123456 as password, security look finds – BBC Knowledge
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Millions the exercise of 123456 as password, security look finds – BBC Knowledge

Image copyright AFP Image caption Liverpool FC topped the list of Premier League club names used as passwords Millions of people are using easy-to-guess passwords on sensitive accounts, suggests a study.The analysis by the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) found 123456 was the most widely-used password on breached accounts.The study helped to uncover the…