Quora says hackers stole up to 100 million users’ data

Quora said it discovered last week that hackers broke into its systems and were able to make off with data on up to 100 million users. That data could have included a user’s name, email address, and an encrypted version of their password. If a user imported data from another …

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Tumblr is already flagging innocent posts as porn

Tumblr announced earlier today that it will ban all adult content on the platform, starting on December 17th. Now, longtime users are criticizing the company’s auto-detecting algorithms, which appear to be incorrectly flagging some inoffensive images as explicit. Tumblr is giving users until the start date of the ban later …

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ThinkGeek is offering 50 percent off everything until 5PM ET

ThinkGeek, purveyor of gadgets for practically every glorious facet of geek culture, is having a huge sale today across its entire site. The discounts just started, but you’ll only have until 5PM ET today, December 3rd, to take advantage of 50 percent off anything on its store. If you’re buying …

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Apple Music is adding support for Android tablets

Three years after it first came to Android phones, Apple Music is nearing support for Android tablets, reports 9to5Mac. Version 2.7 of the app, which is currently only available for beta testers, ditches the hamburger menu in the top left in favor of a navigation bar on the bottom, which …

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