Headlines on 2022-07-04

  • 5 Cyber Stories You Missed This Week

    Some weeks are busier than others when it comes to digital mischief, and this week was pretty damn busy So The post 5 Cyber Stories You Missed This Week appeared first on Gizmodo Australia   Related Stories5 Cyber Stories You Missed This Week - EnclosureIs Google’s $US90 ($125) Million Settlement a Win for App Developers, or for Google?Raspberry Pi Pico W Adds Wi-Fi, Costs Just $8

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  • Philippine Business Bank: Notice of Annual Stockholders’ Meeting

    The Annual Stockholder’s Meeting of Philippine Business Bank (“PBB”) will be held virtually on Wednesday, July 27, 2022

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  • Sunday Evening Random Live Thread

    Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images As this is one of our almost nightly posts (when there is not a live game thread, the NFL Draft, or the Phinsider Question Of The Day Post) please feel free to not only discuss the question/topic of the day if there happens to be one and/or anything else that may come to mind This is a live thread where the rules are pretty much wide open, and you really can discuss nearly anything so long as you continue to follow the actual site rules Also, we...

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  • Chelsea news: Blues 'favourites' to sign Cristiano Ronaldo as transfer delivers 'lesson'

    Cristiano Ronaldo could move to Chelsea this summer after he asked to leave Manchester United as Stan Collymore says Romelu Lukaku's struggles deliver a lesson to young players

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  • She asked for Robert Irwin’s number and turned into a TikTok sensation

    Megan Grass laughs while looking through her photos and videos of her at the Australia Zoo at home in Cottonwood Heights on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 Grass posted a TikTok video, that has gone viral, of her asking Robert Irwin, son of “The Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin, for his number Kristin Murphy, Deseret News Megan Grass stood on the edge of the precipice and decided to go for it Why not? She’d done scarier things She’d auditioned to get accepted into...

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  • Chinese real-estate developers are accepting wheat, garlic, and peaches as down payments for properties as the market slumps and bond defaults mount

    "We are helping farmers with love, and making it easier for them to buy homes," said Central China Real Estate

    Business Insider