Here's How To Avoid Being "Hacked"

By Crowdability, on Friday, November 15, 2019

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If you’re planning on traveling to outer space, obviously you’ll need a place to stay. Don’t worry — this startup has you covered. Get the scoop here »

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In the late 1950s, the Lockheed SR-71 spy plane became the world’s fastest aircraft. Perhaps surprisingly, it still holds that title today. Check it out »

Blind Engineer Invents a “Smart Cane”

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This Cocktail Could Replace Gasoline

A startup claims it can power your car using a combination of alcohol and water. Will this concoction soon replace gasoline? Find out here »

Here’s How To Avoid Being “Hacked”

CNN asked a hacker named Rachel Tobac to try and steal a reporter’s data. Less than 5 minutes later, Tobac had stolen everything. Find out how she did it — and how you can avoid being her next victim »


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