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BlackBerry Mercury Android smartphone with QWERTY keyboard to be announced at MWC 2017 on February 25
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BlackBerry Mercury Android smartphone with QWERTY keyboard to ...

TCL Communication Technology (TCT) at the CES 2017 earlier this month teased a new BlackBerry smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard codenamed Mercury and said that it will be introduced a the MWC 2017 in February. Today BlackBerry through a new BlackBerry Mobile ... Fone Arena, 4 weeks ago

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Mobile World Congress 2017: It's all about Nokia and nothing else matters

Mobile World Congress (MWC) is eagerly awaited this year even though it won't be bringing Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835, all thanks to a greedy South Korean company by the name of Samsung. Instead, it is bringing back the iconic brand that was once ...
 catchnews.com3 days ago
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‘123456’ Most Commonly Used, ‘123456789’ 2nd Most in 2016 : Report

We keep hearing about data breaches , and the threat to security when someone hacks passwords on a huge level. However, users continue to use extremely simple and stupid passwords so as to have the easiest log-in ever. According to a study of researchers at ...
 Trak.in1 month ago '123456' most common password of 2016: study  State Times1 month ago Study reveals “123456” was the most common password in 2016  Tech21 month ago

6 anti-hacking solutions for Rahul Gandhi

Here are six ways your online account can be hacked into, and some simple yet effective ways to protect your Internet avatar. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ On successive days this week the Twitter accounts of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and that of the Congress party were hacked into last week. Were the security breaches politically motivated? While the cyber crime unit of the Delhi police will get to the bottom of how and why the security breach occurred, here are six ways ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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