Archive for November, 2016


Members of the porn site xHamster should be changing their passwords today after a set of nearly 380,000 usernames, emails and poorly-hashed passwords appeared online. The subscription-only breach notification site LeakBase has published the set of login credentials, which Motherboard reports were being traded online. It’s not clear exactly where the database originated, but it……

via Thousands of xHamster login credentials surface online — TechCrunch

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Half a decade ago, Sangeet Choudary began to examine the rise of a fascinating new business model: the platform. He wondered: What was driving the meteoric ascent of companies like Facebook, Uber, and Airbnb—and why were they so successful so quickly?

via BrandVoice: The Platform Business Model: Why It Works And How to Get There: An Interview With Sangeet Paul Choudary — Forbes Real Time

THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4) – A man is on the run after robbing a woman at gunpoint in Thornton. The robbery happened Monday morning at the Motel 6 near 84th Avenue and Interstate 25. (credit: CBS) One suspect was taken into custody but another got away. Police say at this point it’s not clear if the…

via Suspect On The Loose After Robbing Woman At Gunpoint — CBS Denver

Unwrapping gifts during the holiday season is a childhood memory that most cherish. And now, thanks to a new collaboration between jewelry designer Alison Lou and Hasbro, the joy of finding a playful present inside a festive box can be relived. Lou has created a fine jewelry collection modeled after […]

via Alison Lou and Hasbro Partner on the Most Playful Holiday Gift Idea — Forbes Real Time

I have a confession to make: I never really enjoyed Play-Doh. And neither has my son. Granted, he’s just over two years old, but so far, the popular putty hasn’t caught on with him. That’s until the iconic toy company got with the times and released an app-connected play set that’s delighted us both. Before…

via Play-Doh’s New App Lets Kids 3D-Scan Their Creations — Fortune

The idea by Donald Trump to change how Medicaid coverage for poor Americans is financed by giving block grants of money to states could reduce coverage and restrict access, according to a new analysis.

via Why Trump’s Block Grants For Medicaid Face Opposition — Forbes Real Time

Enlarge (credit: Scopely) On Tuesday, Zynga sued two of its former employees. The company claims they stole confidential information and took it to their new employer, rival social gaming startup, Scopely. Massimo Maietti and Ehud Barlach worked as higher-up employees for the San Francisco-based Zynga until they left in July and September, respectively. Scopely, which…

via Zynga sues 2 former employees over alleged massive data heist — Ars Technica

via Photos: Gatlinburg Fire Missing & Displaced Pets — Heavy.com

Parker (CBS4) – A high school security specialist has been arrested on suspicion of a sex assault that happened at Ponderosa High School in Parker. According to a press release from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, detectives interviewed the victim and determined there was enough probable cause to make an arrest. Gary Postell, 49, a…

via High School Security Specialist Arrested For Alleged Sex Assault — CBS Denver

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Black Friday is universally acknowledged as the world’s biggest shopping day, but this year, a Nike eager shoppers created a terrifying disarray. Photos of a store in Tulalip, Washington have gone viral after showing the horrendous mess that the store was left in by Black Friday shoppers, with shoes and shoeboxes strewn throughout the entire…

via See How Black Friday Shoppers Totally Messed Up This Nike Outlet Store — TIME

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