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Pokemon Go websites, apps for finding Pokestops, rares, gyms and more

No need to guess. These apps and sites can help you with every aspect of Pokemon Go.

By 28 July 2016

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Apple tests Google graphics format to speed up websites

Beta versions of the Safari browser support Google's WebP. It's an alternative to more standard image files like JPEG and GIF that could make web pages easier to download.

By 20 July 2016

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Prince websites get their own online museum

The free Prince Online Museum showcases almost 20 years of official and unofficial Prince websites.

By 6 July 2016

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Religious hacker defaces escort websites

The Moroccan hacker has attacked over 100 websites, citing religious reasons, and claims to have access to user data.

By 27 June 2016

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Samsung flexi-phone rumours, flying cars and Brits' voting website woes (CNET UK podcast 485 show notes)

Luke Westaway and Andrew Hoyle mull the potential advantages of a phone that folds in half. Plus much more news and chat on the UK's best tech podcast.

By 10 June 2016

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Hackers find security flaws in 'Mr. Robot' website

White hat hackers found vulnerabilities in the website for the TV series that could have exposed user data.

By 17 May 2016

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Google to block Flash on Chrome, only 10 websites exempt

Adobe's Flash Player will be switched off by default at the end of this year, meaning Chrome users will need to actively turn it on for all but a handful of top websites.

By 16 May 2016

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Dating website for 'beautiful people' hacked, customer data leaked

Controversial dating website BeautifulPeople.com has allegedly been hacked, and the names and addresses of 1.1 million members leaked online.

By 26 April 2016

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Keep your favorite websites pinned in Edge

A handy feature you didn't know you needed.

By 2 April 2016

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Nintendo to close Mario Kart TV website

Players will no longer be able to watch Mario Kart 8 races on the website, but YouTube functionality remains.

By 8 March 2016