White hat hacking is a rapidly growing market of ethical hacking to help prevent security and data breaches. Instead of maliciously trying to compromise a network, a white hat hacker would try and discover exploits for the sole purpose of getting those exploits addressed and patched, instead of stealing information. Getting started with network or […]
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OkCupid is facing a lot of backlash for ditching usernames in favor of real names. As TechCrunch noted, its app's Google Play and App Store pages are flooded with one-star reviews posted over the past month, complaining about the features the service…
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Many a gamer has had regrets about their choice of username — xXxDeathCrusher420xXx might not be quite so appealing in adult life as it was in your teenage years. And for PlayStation fans, that's been a big problem when your PSN name has always been…
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Keeping yourself secure online is incredibly important, and that’s why our Cyber Security Bundle is such a great idea. Best of all, right now you can pay what you want for some of the software in the bundle, too. This bundle includes all the tools you need for browsing the web, including Panda’s security service, […]
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Learning Linux without any help can be a little daunting, but the good news for you is that you can grab a full Linux Mastery bundle at your own price today. The bundle includes everything from programming to system administration, and there’s even a bit of content about the underlying OS, too. There are two […]
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Some fans got sad when they heard that Blizzard plans to ditch the Battle.net name after two decades online. Others shrugged it off: it's new name doesn't matter anyway. It's always going to be called B.net. After hearing its fans' thoughts, the vide…
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Adverts are about to get a lot more personalised — or creepier, depending on your point of view — the next time you hop on the All 4 streaming service to catch up on The Island with Bear Grylls. This month, Channel 4 is bringing a new ad format to…
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We’ve heard quite a bit about the Galaxy S8, but considering there are two models, both of which will reportedly have curved screens, we don’t know exactly what Samsung is planning on doing about the name. At least, we didn’t until a logo leaked online. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7 both launched with Edge […]
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HTC has sent out invitations in Taiwan for an event on November 22, that’s likely to bring the debut of a new phone. This device is expected to be the international variant of the HTC Bolt, but with a different name.
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Google launched its first Nexus smartphone in 2010, and there have been 13 more Nexus-branded devices since then. We take a brief look at all of them, from the Nexus One and the Nexus Q, to the 6-inch Nexus 6 and the Nexus 6P.
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The Honor 5X is finally available in Canada, but under a new name: the Huawei GR5. We’re not quite sure why the name was changed for Canada specifically. Huawei is probably just trying to make a name for itself in the region. Unfortunately, it’ll probably be more confusing than actually doing any good. Either way, […]
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In what is purported to be the largest ever cache of Internet data ever granted to researchers, Yahoo is granting universities access to the online behaviors of some 20 million anonymous users.
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As an official sponsor of the Arsenal Football Club of the English Premier League, Huawei has some unique access to football, er soccer, players for advertising purposes. The result is a fun video from Huawei’s “School of Pronunciation” that ends with an explanation of how to pronounce the company’s name. Presumably this is to help clear up any confusion as Huawei moves to get in front of a larger audience around the world.
In the video, a character named Gordon Friend from the Future Facing Association of Pundits, or FFAPs, leads a class on how to pronounce a variety of Arsenal player names. He starts out easy enough with a warm-up based on Wilshere and Walcott before moving on to four players who make appearances in the video.
The Arsenal players who show up include Koscielny, Szczesny, Gnabry, and Coquelin. However, only the first three get fun and unique explanations as to how to pronounce their names.
The video ends with an explanation of the pronunciation of Huawei, which we are told is Wah-Way.
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