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Child vampire burial discovered in ancient Roman baby cemetery

Researchers have discovered the remains of a child at an ancient Roman site that shows signs of a “vampire burial.” As with previously discovered sites, these unusual burials include features that indicate the living feared the dead may come back to life and took preventative steps to keep that from happening. The grave was discovered by University of Arizona and … Continue reading

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Netflix’s ‘BoJack Horseman’ is coming to international TV networks

At this rate, BoJack Horseman is so ubiquitous that it might be harder to avoid the Netflix show than to watch it. Hot on the heels of the Comedy Central deal, Variety has learned that Lionsgate's Debmar-Mercury has secured the rights to sell the fi...

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Blizzard: No Diablo 3 cross-play in the near future

Blizzard fans have a lot to look forward to in the coming weeks, with the developer’s annual BlizzCon event kicking off on November 2nd. As they do every year, the company will make announcements for their biggest games, including World of Warcraft, Overwatch, and Diablo.

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The best Internet security: Layers of protection and good habits

By Kevin Purdy This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter.

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iPhone Face ID: police warned not to look at screens to protect login attempts

The issue of law enforcement and their need to unlock someone’s smartphone is a complicated one, both technically and ethically.

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Pentagon data breach compromises up to 30,000 workers

The Pentagon still has to grapple with data security woes despite efforts to harden its sites and networks. Defense Department officials have revealed that a travel record data breach at an unnamed contractor exposed the personal info of military an...

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Latest Flash malware includes cryptocurrency mining software, but still updates Flash

Yes, Adobe Flash is still around, unfortunately, and that means it’s still used as a way to target unknowing users with malware. As you’d expect, the latest malware to gain attention disguises itself as an update to Flash to trick users into installing malicious software. This time around, the malware is a cryptocurrency mining bot that uses system resources to … Continue reading

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Police told to avoid looking at recent iPhones to avoid lockouts

Police have yet to completely wrap their heads around modern iPhones like the X and XS, and that's clearer than ever thanks to a leak.

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Facebook rolls out a dedicated game streaming app (that you can’t use)

It’s not exactly a secret that Facebook has been trying to unseat sites like YouTube and Twitch when it comes to streaming video – particularly game streaming. Over the summer, a new portal called Fb.gg was launched, organizing Facebook’s game streaming service in one place. Of course, the success of YouTube and Twitch comes in part because of their mobile … Continue reading

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Tesla reportedly made its 100,000th Model 3

Tesla may have just hit a symbolic milestone in its quest to speed up Model 3 production: according to an Electrek source, the company has produced its 100,000th Model 3. It technically reached the mark earlier in the week if you count engineering a...

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