Customers who accessed the site between 12 May 2015 and 28 April 2016 may have had their data compromised.The website, Acer.com, had been compromised by unknown hackers with potential access to purchasers' names, mailing addresses and credit card data.A letter sent by Acer to the California Attorney General's office revealed that the hack took place over a year ago.Customers who accessed the site between 12 May 2015 and 28 April 2016 may have had their data compromised, including names, mailing addresses, credit card numbers, expiry dates, and the three-digit security codes.Groveunder said in the letter, "If you suspect that you are a victim of identity theft or fraud, you have the right to file a police report."In addition, you may contact your State Attorney General's office or the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to learn about steps you can take to protect yourself against identity theft."
If you re having an unusual pain or symptoms, chances are the first thing you do is search Google for help, and then probably end up on WebMD or Mayo Clinic.Google s now making it easier to assuage all your hypochondriac fears by showing you information right from search results.Currently, if you search for common symptoms, chances are you ll be shown a generic Wikipedia entry.With the update, if you type in headache, you ll see a detailed description card of the symptom, as well as list of related issues ex: migraines, sinusitis, the common cold to help you specifically identify what may be going on.Google says it creates its list of symptoms by comparing Web results with high-quality medical information sourced from doctors for its Knowledge Graph, and then reviewed symptom information with Harvard Medical School and Mayo Clinic experts.Of course, Google says you should always consult a doctor for proper medical advice, but rest easy knowing it ll be that little bit simpler to find out whether that cough you have is really the bubonic plague.
Well, it appears as though the weight of the clay is about the same as the iPhone that would have been in the box, and a fake bar code covered the real one on the packaging.Interestingly, this particular iPhone 6s listing has more than 570 reviews and 69% of them are 5 stars.What seemed particularly odd was the idea that the same seller would try this so many times in light of Amazon s strict pro-buyer policies.That s when it clicked: there are no seller scammers here, Klein wrote in a post on his blog.Then they re posting these reviews and complaining to Amazon, because Amazon s buyer protection policies will likely refund their money.As Klein notes, even if their claim is rejected by Amazon they can just sell the new iPhone elsewhere and recoup their money.
It's got buses, bikes, underground/trams, trains, ferries, Uber, taxis, and even walking.Plus it has real-time information from transport authorities to help you find out if there are any delays or when your bus is coming , the best routes to take, and a journey planner.No walking, no taxis, no nothing.It's best known for selling tickets, but there's also all the stuff you need to keep track of train journeys going on across the UK.Free London is known for many things, and among them are the Boris bikes.This app lets you skip the terminal at each docking station, get your unlock code much faster, and pay by credit card without having to go anywhere else.
It's got buses, bikes, underground/trams, trains, ferries, Uber, taxis, and even walking.Plus it has real-time information from transport authorities to help you find out if there are any delays or when your bus is coming , the best routes to take, and a journey planner.No walking, no taxis, no nothing.It's best known for selling tickets, but there's also all the stuff you need to keep track of train journeys going on across the UK.Free London is known for many things, and among them are the Boris bikes.This app lets you skip the terminal at each docking station, get your unlock code much faster, and pay by credit card without having to go anywhere else.
This autumn release a version of the Nvidia graphics card maxed Tesla P100 PCI-e. Tesla P100 is one of the world's fastest graphics card, the Nvidia boasted when they showed up the chip in the spring. Read also: The supercomputer DGX-1 is the size of a desktop, costing one million and is as powerful as 250 servers The first version of the P100 could only be plugged into NVLink ports, a new super-fast solution for Nvidia. But far from all facilities support interface. Therefore advertise Nvidia now just a bit slower P100 connected with PCI-Express released in the fourth quarter, writes IDG News. For calculations with double precision, the P100 up 4.7 teraflops on the PCI-E, compared with 5.3 teraflops of NVLink. The computer now has a peak performance of almost 7.8 teraflops, and is expected to be doubled when 4500 new Nvidia process sinks are in place.
An international version of the Galaxy A9 Pro with model number SM-A910F has appeared in FCC. Samsung launched the phone in China in late March and now giant seems to be on the way to more markets. Galaxy A9 Pro provides one six-inch Super AMOLED 1080p, chip Qualcomm Snapdragon 652, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, memory card slot, a 16MP rear camera and a front 8MP sensor. The battery is one of the largest ever in a Samsung phone, then it offers the entire 5000mAh. It is built in and can not be replaced in a simple way. Is there anyone who is interested in whether A9 Pro reaches the North?
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While not the most exciting of features this is one of the biggest questions surrounding Apple's upcoming handset, with numerous rumors suggesting it won't, but not everyone agreeing.Now we've got one more piece of evidence in support of a headphone jack, as Rock Fix, a Chinese smartphone repair shop, has posted an image to Weibo reportedly showing an iPhone 7 Lightning cable assembly with a headphone jack attached.The company also posted images of a dual-lens camera, which is a rumored feature of the iPhone 7 Plus, though one which some sources claim has been abandoned due to technical difficulties.If it was once planned then the existence of the part doesn't mean it's still coming, but this isn't the only recent evidence for it, as ShowboxAppDownloading has also shared an image, seemingly showing the iPhone 7 Plus with its dual-lens camera intact.Supposedly the shot on the right is of a final production model, and while there's no proof of that if it is then the iPhone 7 Plus should still have its killer feature.Twice the memory and twice the SIMsGoing back to the component shots, other leaked images include memory chips of up to 256GB, which would be nice to get given the lack of a microSD card slot, and, surprisingly, a shot of a dual-SIM tray.
If you re going to cave, you might as well earn rewards for it, and that s where Thanks Again comes in.A reader first brought it to our attention:They earn money from partnerships with retailers, many of which are travel-related and located in their network of 100 airports.When you spend with those merchants, you can either get cash back or you can earn miles with most travel rewards programs, including Delta, United, American, and Hilton.You get 100 points for signing up, and beyond that, you earn points by reaching certain spending thresholds within a 90 day period.Here are those thresholds, according to The Points Guy who is one of their advertisers The thresholds for the airline programs are:Earn 500 bonus miles when you spend $250 or more 2 miles per dollar spent Earn 1,500 bonus miles when you spend $500 or more 3 miles per dollar spent Earn 4,000 bonus miles when you spend $1,000 or more 4 miles per dollar spent Earn 25,000 bonus miles when you spend $5,000 or more 5 miles per dollar spent The thresholds for the hotel program are:Earn 1,000 bonus hotel points when you spend $250 or more 4 points per dollar spent Earn 3,000 bonus hotel points when you spend $500 or more 6 points per dollar spent Earn 8,000 bonus hotel points when you spend $1,000 or more 8 points per dollar spent Earn 50,000 bonus hotel points when you spend $5,000 or more 10 points per dollar spent For every 500 points you earn, you can get a $10 prepaid Visa card or trade them in for miles with your rewards program.Like most rewards programs, you have to spend a lot to redeem your points for anything substantial, but it s still an easy way to get a bonus from purchases you were going to make anyway.
You don't need your debit card to take money out of the ATM anymore, which could be dangerous.The machines at the branch near my office in midtown Manhattan were not, so my attempt to test out Apple Pay was a bust.But if your ATMs support NFC, which you can see by the contactless symbol beneath the card reader, then all you have to do is pull out your iPhone, open the Wallet app where your cards are stored, and tap on your B of A debit card.I live in New York, a metropolis too sophisticated for cash, or so I had hoped when I moved here.I doubt Apple Pay will penetrate the city anytime soon, but now that getting cash is easier, my days of paying ATM fees at shady establishments may soon be drawing to a close.Those ATMs are currently concentrated in the San Francisco Bay area and Silicon Valley, but other major cities like New York, Boston, and Charlotte are already seeing NFC-supported ATMs pop up.
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The list includes four major Nvidia architectures released between March 2010 and June 2016: Fermi GTX 480 and GTX 580 , Kepler GTX 680 and GTX 780 , Maxwell GTX 980 and 980 Ti and the company's most recent GPU architecture, Pascal GTX 1080 .GeForceGTX 480GTX 580GTX 680GTX 780GTX 780 TiGTX 980GTX 980 TiGTX 1080CodenameGF100GF100GK104GK110GK110GM204GM200GP104Fab nm 4040282828282816Transistors Billion 333.547.087.085.28.07.2Die size mm2 529520294561561398601314CUDA Cores480512153623042880204828162560TAU6064128192240128176160ROP4848324848649664Memory MB 15361536204830723072409661448192Bus width bit 384384256384384256384256Bandwidth GB/s 177.4192.3192.2288.4336.4224336320Release dateMar-10Nov-10Mar-12May-13Nov-13Oct-14Jun-15Jun-16Price at release$500$500$500$650$700$550$650$600The GTX 480, GTX 580 and GTX 680 were clearly the single-GPU flagships for their series, while the GTX 780 was really an extension of the GTX 600 range and when it landed it was second only to the GTX Titan -- excluded from this write-up because at $1,000, it was in a different class and hardly made sense to the average gamer for the price.It is worth pointing out that the GTX 1080 is only the beginning for the Pascal architecture, so a faster, more polished variant in the form of a GTX 1080 Ti or similar is expected next year.Even though the GTX 480 was released 3 years before Crysis 3 these results are still surprising.Here we see the GTX 480 and GTX 580 with their limited 1.5GB memory buffer getting completely decimated at 2560x1600.The GTX 680 faired considerably better, though with an average of just 26fps it didn t exactly provide playable performance.
Credit: Melissa RiofrioComputer maker Acer recently revealed to California s Attorney General AG that hackers broke into the company s online store and grabbed sensitive customer data.The leaked data includes information such as customer names, addresses, and credit card numbers including expiry dates and three-digit CVC security codes.It s unknown if the hackers were in the system for that length of time or if that s the amount of saved data Acer had on its servers at the time of the hack.It s also unknown if the credit card data was encrypted when it was stolen.The impact on you at home: Acer s breach is particularly problematic because it affects key information that allows hackers to do actual damage.But it goes to show that no matter how careful you are with data on your own PC some hacks are simply beyond your control.
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