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MyEquifax.com is another security disaster – TechCrunch

You might think that one of the most famous recent infringement infringements would make a company take security to heart, but Equifax is full of surprises. The latest news is that the MyEquifax.com website, to which the company invites those affected to freeze its creditworthiness and resolve its creditworthiness, itself has extremely poor security. It is all documented by security …

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Google launches Bolo educational app to improve children's literacy in India – TechCrunch

Google Expands its Apps Suite for the Indian Market with the launch today of a new language learning app for children called Bolo. Targeting primary school students, the app uses technologies like Google's speech recognition and text-to-speech to help children learn Hindi and English. In addition, Bolo offers a catalog of 50 stories in Hindi and 40 in English, based …

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eBay announces plans for new venture capitalists – TechCrunch

In January, eBay Elliott Management, outlining a company for Elliott's management, Elliott saw as floundering. Two weeks ago, the company announced it was doing some of its workers. In the January letter, among other things, Elliott suggested the company's operational discipline and tweaking, it could get much better stock performance. "Today eBay suffers from an inefficient organizational structure, wasteful spend …

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JD.com shares lift even as revenue growth slows – TechCrunch

The shares of JD.com, the Chinese e-commerce service that competes with Alibaba, are on the rise today after the online retailer had announced better results than for the fourth quarter of 2018 against the Uncertainty in tech companies in China] The company achieved net sales of 134.8 billion RMB (219.6 billion US dollars) in the last quarter of last year. …

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SpaceX receives permission from NASA to launch Crew Dragon – TechCrunch

In a joint press conference, NASA and representatives of SpaceX said that SpaceX had been given permission to launch Crew Dragon's first orbital launch. The launch could take place on March 2 and would be the last and most important hurdle to overcome before SpaceX can actually send human astronauts to the International Space Station. Since the Space Shuttle retired …

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