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  1. Nigeria World News

    World Alphabet Shareholders Demand Accountability – Wired

    Alphabet, Google’s parent company, faced an onslaught of 14 independent shareholder proposals during its annual meeting on Wednesday, most criticizing the concentration of power in the hands of a few executives and all demanding some kind of structural change to make the company more...
  2. Nigeria World News

    World More Trouble for Huawei: No More Facebook on New Phones – Wired

    Just when it seemed like things couldn’t get worse for Huawei, reports have emerged that the company may soon not be able to sell phones with the world’s most popular social networks. Facebook will reportedly no longer allow the Chinese telecom giant to preinstall Facebook, WhatsApp, and...
  3. Nigeria World News

    World Apple Kills iTunes. Let’s Pay Our Respects – Wired

    At Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference today, Apple executive Craig Federhigi made it official: iTunes is dead, split in the upcoming version of macOS into separate Music, Podcast, and TV apps..... Read more via Wired – Get more World News
  4. Nigeria World News

    World If China Really Wants to Retaliate, It Will Target Apple – Wired

    Apple has a Huawei problem. Of the myriad issues raised by the evolving and intensifying US-China trade Cold War, the knock-on effects on Apple have been perhaps least appreciated. And not just Apple of course, but a slew of American companies that have both shifted production to China over …...
  5. Nigeria Entertainment News

    Entertainment Disney May Stop Filming In Georgia Over Abortion Ban – Wired

    Greetings, and welcome to another edition of The Monitor, WIRED’s roundup of entertainment and culture news. It’s only been two days since our last installment, and, man, a lot has happened.... Read more via Wired – Get more Nigeria Entertainment News
  6. Nigeria World News

    World Apple Is Finally Fixing the Keyboards on MacBook Pros – WIRED

    More than a year and a half after some MacBook owners began vociferously complaining about broken MacBook keyboards, Apple is making what it says is a material change in the keyboards..... Read more via WIRED – Get more World News
  7. Nigeria Business News

    Business Google Tracks What You Buy Online With Gmail – Wired

    The week started out with a bang, or several of them really. Remember Meltdown and Spectre, the vulnerabilities that affected basically every Intel processor from the last decade? There’s a related attack called ZombieLoad—yes, ZombieLoad—with similarly broad and bad impact. Serious stuff! But...
  8. Nigeria World News

    World A Bizarre Form of Water May Exist All Over the Universe – Wired

    Recently at the Laboratory for Laser Energetics in Brighton, New York, one of the world’s most powerful lasers blasted a droplet of water, creating a shock wave that raised the water’s pressure to millions of atmospheres and its temperature to thousands of degrees. X-rays that beamed through...
  9. Nigeria World News

    World What Israel’s Strike on Hamas Hackers Means For Cyberwar – Wired

    This weekend, violence between Israel and Gaza escalated to a degree not seen since 2014, with 25 Palestinians and four Israelis killed in the fighting. Decades into the entrenched tensions of the region, the incident overall was tragically unsurprising. But for cybersecurity professionals...
  10. Nigeria World News

    World Facebook’s Cryptocurrency Might Work Like Loyalty Points – Wired

    If Facebook’s pivot from town square to private living room wasn’t laden with enough irony, here’s a new twist: Big business, it appears, has been invited to join us by the fireplace. Gregory Barber covers cryptocurrency, blockchain, and artificial intelligence for WIRED. On Thursday, the Wall...
  11. Nigeria World News

    World A Mysterious Hacker Group Is On a Supply Chain Hijacking Spree – Wired

    A software supply chain attack represents one of the most insidious forms of hacking. By breaking into a developer’s network and hiding malicious code within apps and software updates that users trust, supply chain hijackers can smuggle their malware onto hundreds of thousands—or millions—of...
  12. Nigeria World News

    World Putin Will Put Russia Behind an Internet Curtain – Wired

    The week began with dragon’s breath. After a major breach in its firewall, a scrappy security team in the north engaged in an epic battle to rid its system of an infected payload that kept growing bigger and bigger, spewing frozen ice flames across all critical infrastructure. Yes, I’m … Read...
  13. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Facebook Wants to Connect You With Your ‘Secret Crush’ – Wired

    Facebook is channeling its earliest days as a hot or not website for college students with a new feature called Secret Crush. To be announced today at the social network’s annual.... Read more via Wired – Get More Nigeria Metro News
  14. Nigeria World News

    World Twitter Users Are Richer and More Woke Than the Rest of Us – Wired

    IT'S A FEELING familiar to anyone who lives an extremely online life. You spend all day on Twitter watching Howard Schultz get roasted and ratioed or retweeting all of the best definitions of the.... Read more via Wired – Get more World News
  15. Nigeria Business News

    Business The Brave Browser Will Pay You to Surf the Web – Wired

    If you were on the internet in the late 1990s, you might remember companies like AllAdvantage that promised to pay you to surf the web. You could install a program that tracked your browsing and showed you targeted ads at the top of the screen; then AllAdvantage would give … Read more via...
  16. Nigeria World News

    World Inside the Weird, and Booming, Industry of Online Influence – Wired

    In the past 10 years, “sponcon,” the business of getting paid to promote a company via your social media, has spread pandemic-like. Sponsored content may be obnoxious (and even morally questionable at times), but it’s plenty legal—as long as influencers cop to the fact that they’re being paid...
  17. Nigeria Business News

    Business A ‘Blockchain Bandit’ Is Guessing Private Keys and Scoring Millions – Wired

    Last summer, Adrian Bednarek was mulling over ways to steal the cryptocurrency Ethereum. He’s a security consultant; at the time, he was working for a client in the theft-plagued cryptocurrency industry. Bednarek had been drawn to Ethereum in particular because of its notorious complexity, and...
  18. Nigeria World News

    World Dark Web Drug Seller Sinmed Goes Down—Thanks to ATM Withdrawals – Wired

    Until a few weeks ago, sinmed was one of the largest drug vendors at Dream Market, the foremost dark web bazaar. It took in millions of dollars shipping fentanyl-laced heroin, methamphetamines, and… Read more via Wired – Get more World News
  19. Nigeria World News

    World China Says Bitcoin Is Wasteful. Now It Wants to Ban Mining – Wired

    China’s bitcoin miners have long embodied a contradiction. Cryptocurrency trading is illegal in the country; initial coin offerings, used to fund new blockchain projects, are banned; and Chinese banks can hardly touch the stuff. And yet somehow the country has remained the epicenter of global...
  20. Nigeria World News

    World An IOS App That Secretly Spies on You, And More News – Wired

    Hackers found their way into Apple’s ecosystem, and possibly your phone Cyber criminals have been directing users to download something called Exodus, an app that was actually malware. It allowed access to photos, videos, device IDs, audio recordings, and … Read more via Wired –...