£60 micro-ATX tower chassis with outstanding airflow.
GTX 1060 6GB and above.
Hope you had backups; Myspace didn't.
Enterprise certs cancelled.
'Neither coordinated nor directed,' says AR/VR VP.
NYT claims personal data shared without consent.
52.5 million users affected.
Company claims it lacks important context.
Would have been higher under GDPR.
Confirms data stolen.
Google accused of hiding the issue.
Exposes Facebook to massive GDPR fine potential.
Found to have broken the law.
Change 'em now.
Seeks an engineer to lead the efforts.
As Zuckerberg faces Congressional grilling.
Data-snarfing company snarfs data: film at 11.
Emails and hashed passwords snagged in 2014.
'Scheduled maintenance,' officially.
Reports of their deaths exaggerated.
Chris Grayling suggests 2-year penalty.
No Twitter statutes any time soon.
Negative emotions supressed.
Looks to take on Nvidia's GeForce Experience.
March 12 2019 | 19:11
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