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A new ransomware attack is infecting airlines, banks, and utilities across Europe – The Verge

A major ransomware attack has brought businesses to a close throughout Europe, in an infection reminiscent of last month’s WannaCry attack. The most severe damage is being reported by Ukrainian businesses, with systems compromised at Ukraine’s central bank, state telecom, municipal metro, and Kiev’s Boryspil Airport. Systems were also compromised at Ukraine’s Ukrenego electricity supplier, although a spokesperson said the ...

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Nintendo's Star Fox 2 announcement surprised everyone — even its creators – The Verge

Yesterday, Nintendo surprised fans with the SNES Classic, a mini console that bundles together 21 of the best classic games from the company’s 16-bit console in one tiny package. But perhaps no one was more surprised than veteran game creator Dylan Cuthbert, who learned the gadget would include one additional surprise: his long-canceled game, Star Fox 2. Yesterday evening, Cuthbert ...

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Look at the evidence: Google's troubles in Europe are entirely of its own making – Business Insider

LONDON — BI The difference is alarming. Hotel review sites like TripAdvisor — which have hundreds of reader reviews per hotel, and are thus good quality search results if you’re looking for hotels — get buried under Google’s own Google+ review boxes, in which only a handful of people have written reviews. It’s difficult to argue that Google is serving ...

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First Look: The 2018 BMW X3 aims straight at the heart of the fastest-growing luxury market – New York Daily News

This morning via live stream from its new plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina, BMW debuted the new version of one of its best selling models, the 2018 X3 entry luxury crossover. With the demand for these luscious little ‘utes at an all-time high and showing no signs of slowing down, there’s a good chance this could supplant BMW’s 3 Series ...

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