Twitter's COO to leave the company and Facebook buys passwords for security
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Twitter COO Adam Bain is leaving the company, and the current CFO Anthony Noto will take over immediately.
That's the latest from the social network which was a surprised stock that barely budged after news of the election hit.
Or being as headed those unknown though he tweeted that he'll be quote changing gears.
Facebook is using some unconventional methods in order to keep your account safe.
The company has said it routinely buys black market passwords so that it can encourage users to keep a unique password for Facebook.
And also to make sure they don't have commonly use password that could be easily guess.
Facebook is also considering a method where your friends can recover an account if yours become compromise.
And finally we're learning a bit more about the future Windows 10.
Thanks to our preview that was jut released.
The new build let's Windows [UNKNOWN] easily use the second monitor without the need for a mouse, instead the new feature unlocks an onscreen [UNKNOWN] So another display can be controlled.
[UNKNOWN] by downloading the cnet tech today app in the Apple app store
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