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February 12, 2023

CBS News

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Why passkeys from Apple, Google, Microsoft may soon replace your passwords

Passkeys provide more security and are close to phishing resistant, according to internet security experts. Apple, Google and Microsoft are just some of the technology companies pushing more users towards using passkeys over passwords, which …

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Mac Rumors

The MacRumors Show: Andru Edwards Talks ‘iPhone Ultra’

The MacRumors Show: Andru Edwards Talks ‘iPhone Ultra’. Friday February 10, 2023 9:10 am PST by Hartley Charlton. YouTuber and podcaster Andru Edwards joins us …

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2023 BMW M4 Competition video review – with M Performance accessories

The BMW M4 is already a formidable machine, but what happens when you go wild on the M Performance options list and tick… everything? AddIcon. What we love. Underneath all that lairy carbon fibre lies a brilliant sports coupe; Can Jekyll and Hyde …

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Looking for a smartphone to gift your valentine? Here are top choices

The smartphone comes in different colour options that include Midnight, Purple, Starlight, Product RED and Blue. You will get a 12MP primary lens, featuring a larger sensor and larger pixels, a new 12MP front TrueDepth camera with an f/1.9 aperture for low …

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Chinese researchers develop prototype of submersible drone

SHANGHAI, Feb. 12 (Xinhua) — Researchers have developed a prototype of a quadrotor that can fly in the air and submerge underwater, making it suitable for a wide range of applications. The quadrotor, TJ-FlyingFish, has been developed by scientists …

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CTV Montreal

New Montreal video game studio to hire 150, develop fantasy series

A new AAA game studio is set to enter the Montreal market. KRAFTON Inc. said this week that it will open its first Canadian studio in the city that is home to gaming heavyweights Warner Bros. Games, Ubisoft, Gameloft and others.

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