• Palace dictator Franco is for sale
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    Palace dictator Franco is for sale

    barcelona March 6, 2018 04:33 Hot Recent News

    For those who are looking for a special country retreat, have a big bag of money- and do not worry about a 'wrong' historical past, there is a great opportunity: the summer house of the former Spanish dictator Francisco Franco is for sale. Estate agency Mikeli Luxury Estate offers the property, for a sloppy 8 million euros.

  • Uber comes with sick rides

    Uber comes with sick rides

    san francisco March 2, 2018 14:09 Hot Recent News

    Taxi app Uber has created a new service: Uber Health. This allows doctors to reserve rides for patients who do not have their own transport. According to Uber, there are more than 3.6 million Americans every year who do not show up at doctor's appointments because they can not travel there.

  • Biggest DDoS attack ever

    Biggest DDoS attack ever

    san francisco March 2, 2018 10:39 Hot Recent News

    The GitHub site, which is widely used by software developers, has been the target of 'the biggest DDoS attack ever' this week. For five minutes the site was off the air and for four minutes the connection faltered. Then the attack stopped. Half an hour later there was a second bombing, but it was smaller.

  • Internet pioneer Barlow died

    Internet pioneer Barlow died

    san francisco February 8, 2018 14:09 Hot Recent News

    The American John Perry Barlow, who played an important role in the development of the internet, has passed away. He died on Wednesday at the age of 70 in his sleep, reported the Electronic Frontier Foundation. That organization, founded by Barlow, is committed to freedom online. Occasionally Barlow also wrote song lyrics for the band of a childhood friend: The Grateful Dead.

  • More twitterers saw Russian messages

    More twitterers saw Russian messages

    san francisco February 1, 2018 15:45 Hot Recent News

    In the run-up to the US presidential elections, more American Twitter users than thought they saw messages from Russian fake accounts. It now involves 1.4 million people. They retweeted or liked messages from Russian accounts, or responded to them, or followed the accounts. Previously, it involved more than 677,000 people.

  • Hackers can watch Tinder by mistake

    Hackers can watch Tinder by mistake

    san francisco January 24, 2018 17:48 Hot Recent News

    Due to a mistake by Tinder it is possible to sneak peek with users in action. For example, it is possible to see which profiles a person looks at and whether he or she swipes to the left (reject), to the right (interested) or to the top (very much interested). It is necessary to be on the same Wi-Fi network as the intended victim.

  • Fake app WhatsApp spies on people
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    Fake app WhatsApp spies on people

    san francisco January 19, 2018 13:39 Hot Recent News

    Hackers have copied frequently used apps like WhatsApp, Signal and Adobe Flash Player. The copies worked exactly like the real apps, so that the victims did not get suspicious. But secretly the apps could take photos with the camera of the affected smartphone, intercept text messages and apps, find passwords, see where someone is, listen to the microphone and read contact lists.

  • Facebook changes, wants to be more valuable

    san francisco January 12, 2018 06:45 Hot Recent News

    Facebook will undergo a number of changes. From now on the medium wants to put more emphasis on 'meaningful social interactions', instead of people just scrolling through the News Review, critics claim to be very addictive. Founder Mark Zuckerberg announced the news Thursday.

  • Judge thwarts Trump around illegal children's law

    washington January 10, 2018 08:45 Hot Recent News

    An American judge in San Francisco has stopped abolishing the so-called DACA program. The scheme was instituted under the previous President Barack Obama in 2012 and was intended to protect people who had illegally entered the US as a child with their parents in the past against expulsion.

  • Twitter: world leaders have a separate status

    san francisco January 6, 2018 09:09 Hot Recent News

    Twitter accounts of world leaders have a special status with the social network. 'Blocking a world leader from Twitter or removing their controversial tweets would hide important information that people should see and discuss,' the organization said. Twitter reacted- without calling him- on calls to keep the US President Donald Trump from the network.

  • Great hole in security chips

    san francisco January 4, 2018 10:15 Hot Recent News

    Billions of processors appear to have a big hole in security. As a result, malicious parties can gain access to sensitive information about the users. The chips are in many billions of computers and mobile phones worldwide.

  • New food hype may be life-threatening

    san francisco January 3, 2018 13:18 Hot Recent News

    Unfiltered water seems to be a new trend among health freaks in the United States. Fanciers are willing to pay almost 40 dollars for about 4 liters of 'raw' water. But according to experts, the hip drink is better not to be drunk.

  • Truck drives on pedestrians in San Francisco

    san francisco January 2, 2018 05:54 Hot Recent News

    At least seven people were injured after a small truck scooped passers-by in San Francisco. The truck also collided with parked cars, which also included people. The police state that it is not a terrorist attack but an accident.

  • Entry ban Trump again under pressure

    san francisco December 23, 2017 05:48 Hot Recent News

    The Court of Appeal of San Francisco ruled Friday that the last entry ban of President Donald Trump should not apply to people who have a strong relationship with the United States.

  • FBI picks up ex-marine for plans

    modesto December 23, 2017 05:42 Hot Recent News

    The FBI picked up a 26-year-old ex-marine from Modesto on Friday to prepare for an attack in San Francisco. On Christmas Day, the American wanted to attack Pier 39 in the name of Islamic State (IS).

  • Uber accused of espionage practices

    san francisco December 17, 2017 12:03 Hot Recent News

    Technology company Uber has spied worldwide rivals. This happened via a network of spies that would have been trained by the American intelligence service CIA. That is what a former employee of the company behind the taxi app says in a letter. The letter has been submitted as evidence in a lawsuit.

  • Turkish German erased Twitter account Trump

    san francisco November 30, 2017 12:00 Hot Recent News

    Donald Trump's Twitter account has been removed by a Turkish German. On November 2, he pressed the button on the last working day to ban the president. The man, in his twenties Bahtiyar Duysak, told his story for the first time against the news site TechCrunch.

  • Canadian Rus confesses hacking for secret service

    san francisco November 29, 2017 13:15 Hot Recent News

    A Canadian of Russian origin has admitted that he was involved in hacking thousands of e-mail accounts for the Russian secret service. Against payment he cracked the passwords of people in whom Russian spies were interested.

  • Charles Manson died: anti-hippie does not survive cell

    los angeles November 20, 2017 06:39 Hot Recent News

    The late sixties of the last century were a time of love and peace and flowers for part of Western humanity. From this subculture of the colorful hippies also less peaceful types came about and the last Sunday died Charles Manson is the most famous exponent of this.

  • Uber and NASA work on flying cars

    san francisco November 8, 2017 15:39 Hot Recent News

    Uber is working with NASA's NASA aerospace organization to get grounded cars. Together they want to set up a kind of flight control. It must ensure that the cars are safe through cities.

  • Twitter is working on 'bisexual' issue

    san francisco November 7, 2017 17:09 Hot Recent News

    Twitter is working on a problem with the search term 'bisexual', the technology company told Tuesday. The English word for bisexual does not currently deliver results on the search for photos, videos and news on Twitter.

  • Shooter could buy weapon by wrong air force

    washington November 7, 2017 06:18 Hot Recent News

    The US Air Force has failed to report to the civilian authorities that Devin Patrick Kelley was previously convicted. That should have prevented the shooter from killing 26 people on a Sunday in a church to buy a weapon.

  • Puigdemont: Action Madrid is not acceptable

    barcelona October 21, 2017 20:24 Hot Recent News

    Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont believes that the Catalan population can not accept the measures taken by the Spanish government. He called the Madrid steps against Catalonia 'the worst attacks' since Francisco Franco's dictatorship.

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