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Hyundai RN30 Concept teaser released ahead of 2016 Paris Motor Show

Hyundai will be unveiling the RN30 concept at the upcoming 2016 Motor Show. Ahead of its showcase event the company has released the teaser images for the vehicle. The concept reportedly previews the N performance version of the new i30 hatchback. The new concept will look different from its regular models, much like its other N-badged models. As seen in Read More

Volvo V90 Cross Country revealed through brochure image

The soon-to-be launched Volvo V90 Cross Country has been revealed through the leak of a brochure  image. The car will debut later this year and is the third vehicle from the Swedish automaker to be based on the scalable architecture which underpins the XC90 SUV and the S90 sedan. The pictures reveal a standard V90 with a higher ground clearance, Read More

China-spec Volvo S90 L spotted ahead of December debut

The China only Volvo S90 L has been spotted in the People’s Republic ahead of its official debut at the Guangzhou Motor Show in December.  The car gets the same design, feature list and even engine lineup but is 100mm longer than the normal S90. This has allowed for extra space at the back, a favoured preference among car buyers Read More

Yahoo reveals hackers stole over 500 million accounts’ data in biggest breach ever

Yahoo on Thursday said that state-sponsored hackers stole data from at least 500 million accounts in late 2014. The hack is possibly the biggest data breach ever reported at an email provider. According to Yahoo, hackers may have stolen “names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, encrypted passwords and, in some cases, encrypted or unencrypted security questions and answers”. Read More

Micromax launches Canvas 5 Lite with 2GB RAM at Rs 6,499

India’s second largest smartphone brand Micromax has launched Canvas 5 Lite at Rs 6,499. The Canvas 5 Lite is successor to last year’s Canvas 5 smartphone. The latest phone is now available to buy exclusively from Snapdeal. The Canvas 5 Lite has a 5-inch IPS HD display with resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The phone is powered by a Read More

Plane crew douse smoking Samsung phone

Cabin crew on an Indian passenger aircraft have used a fire extinguisher to tackle a smoking Samsung handset. The Note 2 handset was smouldering and spitting sparks, according to a statement from airline IndiGo. The crew’s prompt action meant the aircraft landed safely at Chennai, its intended destination, said IndiGo. The incident comes as Samsung recalls millions of new Note Read More

Yahoo ‘state’ hackers stole data from 500 million users

Yahoo says “state-sponsored” hackers stole data on about 500 million users in what could be the largest publicly disclosed cyber-breach in history. The breach included swathes of personal information, including names and emails, as well as “unencrypted security questions and answers”. The hack took place in 2014 but has only now been made public. In the UK it is believed Read More

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Long random passwords can shield against hacking: Expert

W DELHI: With Yahooannouncing a massive data breach last week where 500 million of its user accounts were compromised in 2014, experts feel that the trick to avoid email account hacking is to use really long random string for a password. “The password length should be at least 20 characters, but preferably 32,” said lead researcher Jarno Niemela from the Read More

Are You Allergic to Exercise?

At first, Nancy Clanton thought it was nerves. Or maybe it was the oranges? Whatever the culprit of the bright red welts covering her body after running in a track meet, Clanton – then a junior high student in Long Beach, California – hoped the reaction was a fluke. It wasn’t. The itchy, clustered bumps continued to sprout up regularly Read More

CrossFit’s Founder Seeks to Sour Government’s Soda Stance

CrossFit Inc.’s founder and CEO Greg Glassman has a message for Washington lawmakers: Get soda out of medical research. Propelled by recent evidence that the sugar industry once influenced nutrition guidelines and by apparent ties between Coca-Cola and a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention official, Glassman spoke on Capitol Hill Tuesday about how Congress should work to keep soda Read More