Google launches password checker, leak shows white and black Samsung Galaxy S10
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Google has launched a new tool called password checkup that will help prevent account takeovers by monitoring logins and leaks from sites you visit frequently.
The plug in will alert you if it deems a password to be unsafe and advise you to change your passwords when necessary Necessary.
It seems that Snapchat exodus might have stopped.
Snap has new numbers that show the company is no longer losing users to other services.
186 million users logged in to the app on a daily basis, which stayed consistent over the last two quarters.
As a result, the company stock jumped as much as 20% during trading.
And finally the first of what's likely in many leaks regarding Samsung's S10 announcement on February 20th has started.
A photo from twitter leader Evan Glass shows a white S10 with a row of three cameras.
Other black models have appeared in photos as well including two different sizes and a headphone jack
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