One Direction are reportedly set for a $90 million windfall. The English-Irish boyband are preparing for the release of their third album and according to UK newspaper The Sun royalties are going to jettison their individual bank accounts into the eight-figures.
So who would you like to hack today? A bank, a website, a corporation or perhaps a government agency that’s rubbing you the wrong way
If you really want to go green, the conventional thinking goes, buy a hybrid.
Spam hardly needs an introduction. Anyone with an e-mail account knows the acute frustration of being inundated with offers of pills from virtual pharmacists, financial propositions from Nigerian princes and pictures for fetish sites that really, really shouldn’t exist.
Your husband, an avid gamer and techie, dies of a heart attack, leaving his vast online life – one you don’t know much about – in limbo.
The death toll from stifling heat in eastern India has risen to 31, officials said Monday. “Verification is, of course, the part of the problem, because humanitarian agencies are denied access to the region,” U.N. spokesman Gordon Weiss said from the capital, Colombo.