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Thousands of hurricane cars expected to flood used car market

HOUSTON, TX – SEPTEMBER 06: A car sits in floodwaters outside of a home on September 6, 2017 in Houston, Texas. Over a week after Hurricane Harvey hit Southern Texas, residents are beginning the long process of recovering from the storm. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) DENVER– AAA has a warning for future car buyers:  Beware of flooded cars from ... Read More »

This Simple Service Will Save You Thousands on a New Car

Buying a new car is a hassle. Even after you’ve determined which make and model you’re set on, you’ve got to put on your armor and mentally prepare yourself for battle with the salespeople at the dealership. You just know they can go lower on price and things can quickly devolve into a test of willpower, with you holding your ground to ... Read More »

How you could save thousands on a new car this Easter

VW Golf If you are looking for a new car, this Easter weekend could be the perfect time to buy one. Online car buying site, carwow, are expecting sales of £5.5m this Bank Holiday weekend via their site alone and wth a car the second most expensive purchase most people ever make, it’s important to make sure you get the ... Read More »

Foxconn Manager Indicted for Stealing, Selling Thousands of iPhones for Nearly $1.56 Million

A former senior manager at Taiwan’s technology giant Foxconn has been indicted for stealing and selling 5,700 iPhones in China to pocket around $1.56 million (roughly Rs. 10.6 crores), Taiwanese prosecutors said Friday. Foxconn is the world’s largest contract electronics maker and assembles products for international brands such as Apple and Sony. It employs about one million workers at its ... Read More »

Chinese Firm Installed Back Door on Thousands of Smartphones; Says It Was a Mistake

  A security firm claims it has found mobile phone firmware on smartphones being sold in the US that transmitted personally identifiable information (PII) to servers in China via a back door. Several such reports have emerged over the years, and conspiracy theories usually point to the Chinese government being the ultimate beneficiary of the data. The software company in ... Read More »

Twitter Locks hundreds of thousands of Affected debts Following Leaks; requires Password Reset

Micro-blogging community Twitter in advance this week denied reports of a system breach, following a hacker’s claim to have access to thousands and thousands of Twitter credentials. Now, Twitter on Friday in an official weblog put up has again reassured usees that the leaked information turned into not received from a hack of its servers. but, that doesn’t mean no ... Read More »