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Winning numbers for 6th-largest Mega Millions jackpot will be drawn tonight
iStock/Thinkstock (NEW YORK) -- The winning numbers for the sixth-largest Mega Millions jackpot in history will take place Tuesday night.The $470 million prize comes with a $265.3 million cash option, according to Mega Millions. The numbers will be drawn at 11 p.m.The winning numbers from Friday night's drawing were 27, 28, 32, 41 and 69 for the white balls and 12 for the gold Mega Ball.No tickets purchased matched all six of the numbers drawn on Friday night, but two second-prize tickets, which matched all of the white balls were sold in California and the other in Kentucky, according to...
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Google sprints in the 'smart home' race with Home Hub, unveils Pixel 3 phone
Jack Taylor/Getty Images (NEW YORK) -- Google debuted its upgraded smart phone, the Pixel 3, the new Pixelbook tablet and an even smarter Home Hub at its annual "Made by Google" event in New York on Tuesday.The event echoed Apple events with a clean, white aesthetic and touted celebrity collaborations, along with an emphasis on its smartphone cameras. Several Google execs referenced competitor products, sometimes obviously, sometimes obliquely.The Pixel 3 features a new Group Selfie Cam, which the company said captures "184 percent more of the scene than iPhone XS" and a portrait mode.Google also announced a partnership with publisher...
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Google+ to be killed after bug exposed up to 500,000 accounts
Chesnot/Getty Images (NEW YORK) -- Google said it's pulling the plug on its unpopular Google+ social network after admitting to a software bug that exposed the personal information of as many as 500,000 users.The tech giant announced the news on the company blog, disclosing the compromised user-privacy issue for the first time, despite knowing about it for seven months."We discovered and immediately patched this bug in March 2018," Ben Smith, the company's vice president of engineering, wrote. The software flaw affected how the social network, created to rival Facebook but never seriously challenging it, interacted with third-party applications."We are shutting...
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