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Cristina Pimentel

September 22, 2016

National Yahoo confirms that at least 500 million accounts were stolen and breached, affecting its users. The company believes the breach back in 2014 is associated with a state-sponsored actor, who is acting on behalf of a government. Personal data, such as names, email addresses, phone numbers, passwo...

CSUN graduate student creates new search engine

Rima Bek

November 28, 2010

One CSUN graduate student said he wanted to learn more about search engines and decided to combine all the features that every major search engine has to offer. Md Ershad Ali Suzon, 29, who is studying for his master’s in computer sciences, created earlier this year. “T...

E-mail becomes the end of the world

Aimee Lastrella

October 29, 2010

We all get e-mail and we all get spam. It clutters our inbox-from upcoming concerts, to store coupons and to prescription pills over the Internet- and eats up the valuable space of our inboxes. But that’s not the only thing that it eats up; e-mails eat up the environment too. Believe it or not,...

Facebook Beats Google and Yahoo!

Rima Bek

September 17, 2010

You have a Facebook! I have a Facebook! Everyone has a Facebook! Okay, that’s quite cheesy and obviously an exaggeration. But almost everyone I know has a Facebook. We all know the purpose of Facebook is so that you can connect with your friends, talk with them, share photos and videos with...

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