Hacks of the Month: October

When technology is introduced into our lives, people always try to test it to the breaking point and see what they can find. Although October isn’t even halfway over, we’ve already seen 3 major security issues. The companies of the month that had the flaws are Google, Facebook, and NewEgg. Let’s start with Google.  While Google was busy trying to […]

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UFC 229 Ends in Dramatic Brawl

Everybody was waiting for this event for many months.  Conor McGregor was going to defend his Lightweight Title against Khabib Nurmagomedov.  Tension was high since the matchup was announced.  Earlier this year in April, McGregor’s team vandalized Nurmagomedov’s bus and assaulted them, which caused two members to be “nearly killed” according to the Nurmagomedov camp. With legal action involved, McGregor […]

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Wi-Fi Gets A New Naming System

With the next generation of Wi-Fi connectivity, The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced a change to their naming policies. The names of the versions will now use numbers instead of letters at the end.  The new naming convention will go as follows: Wi-Fi 1: Previously Known As 802.11b Wi-Fi 2: Previously Known As 802.11a Wi-Fi 3: Previously Known As 802.11g Wi-Fi […]

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Dunkin’ Donuts Announces Big Change

Today, after months of speculation, Dunkin’ Donuts announced the news that they will drop the “Donuts” from its name.  In an effort to re-brand, they will now be known as just Dunkin’ starting in January 2019. The change was speculated for awhile since the big push for their coffee items. The Dunkin’ Brand also owns Baskin Robbins, known for their 31 flavors […]

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Australian Attacks Lead to Culling

With the arrival of the spring season in Australia, the beaches are starting to attract more people as well as some aquatic creatures.  Last week, the Whitsunday Islands in Queensland saw shark attacks that injured two people. These attacks were also within 24 hours of each other, prompting officials to step in. While shark attacks are nothing new to Australia […]

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