OnePlus says up to 40,000 customers affected in credit card breach
In a statement released Friday, OnePlus said credit card information belonging to up to 40,000 customers was captured by a malicious (and currently unknown) actor between November 2017 and mid-January 2018.
Logan Paul forced YouTube to admit humans are better than algorithms
It took a video of a dead body for the company to finally reconsider its approach to content moderation.
Twitter is notifying people exposed to Russian propaganda
Twitter announced its ongoing investigation found thousands of additional accounts associated with the Russian government-linked Internet Research Agency (IRA). Now, it's emailing notifications to everyone in the US who inadvertently followed one or retweeted or liked one of their messages -- which is some 677,775 people.
Google's museum app finds your fine-art doppelgänger
If you've ever wondered if there's a museum portrait somewhere that looks like you, and you're ready to have your ego crushed, there's now an app for that. Google Arts & Culture's latest update now lets you take a selfie, and using image recognition, finds someone in its vast art collection that most resembles you. Let's try!
Nintendo unveils Labo, DIY cardboard add-ons for the Switch
Behold Labo, a set of DIY tools built on cardboard sheets that turns the console into a powerhouse of play. Make a piano with the Switch's screen for music. No, wait, a motorcycle game with cardboard handlebars. A house with the Switch displaying an interior you can customize. Now is the era of the Toy-Con -- and it involves a recyclable robo-suit. Yay!
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