Samsung's new foldable may have leaked, 2019 saw some truly lame passwords
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Samsung's next foldable phone may have leaked images of a clamshell foldable phone first appeared on China's Weibo.
They were republished by reliable leaker ice universe, who identified the device as Samsung's next generation galaxy fold.
There are total of four images showing a sleek black device.
Opening up the phone shows a flexible display with a punch hole for the front facing camera.
The next foldable from Samsung could arrive early next year.
Multiple reports say that Facebook will air its first Super Bowl ad on February 2nd 2020.
The commercial would feature Sylvester Stallone and Chris Rock.
The focus of the ad would be Facebook groups.
Stallone tweeted that it was fantastic working with Chris Rock, Facebook did a great job producing and included the hashtag SuperBowlLIV.
This list was based on more than 5 million leaked passwords.
If you have any of these as your password please change them.
At number four was password.
Three was qwerty.
That's the first six letters on the first letter row of most keyboards.
Two was one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine.
And coming in the number one worst password Is 123456, which was also number one in 2018.
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