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Local officials said that the truck which was stolen along with medical device containing dangerous radioactive was found outside north of Mexico City. Exposure to this material could prove life threatening for those who touched it.
In a recent disclosure, security researchers at Trustwave's SpiderLabs have reported that they have found a server on which a trove of nearly 2 million stolen passwords has been stored. Most of the stolen passwords unlock accounts on some extremely popular sites such as Google, Facebook, Yahoo, and Twitter.
Christchurch the world’s first city to use sensor technology to investigate Health impacts due to air pollutionSubmitted by Avinash Tripathi on Thu, 12/05/2013 - 13:11
The Government supports the project which will use a sensor technology to examine the health impacts of air pollution in Christchurch.
With this project, Christchurch will become the world's first city to understand in a planned manner, how air quality affects people with lung problems.
According to an IDG report, the USB 3.0 Promoter Group has revealed in a Tuesday announcement that the next-generation version of the USB connector will fit both ways --- that is, it will be capable of accepting the plug either way up.
In a strong-willed defence of his management team's performance, Alan Joyce Qantas's Chief Executive said that they're doing a "great job in tough circumstances."
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