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LG says T-Mobile BOGO G6 deal is still on

LG says T-Mobile BOGO G6 deal is still on

The first carrier to successfully ship this LG flagship phone to buyers, T-Mobile is now giving BOGO offer for G6. Have you taken LG up on its T-Mobile G6 BOGO deal? LG would then process all of the information provided and would eventually send them a cheque for $500 which would cover the cost of the LG G6 on T-Mobile.



Wenger: Top Four Failure Won't Affect Arsenal Transfer Plans

Although you could argue that the all round effort and form of the players has also improved in that time, since Arsenal came good with six wins out of seven following the awful trip to Crystal Palace, you have to think that the new formation has worked and wonder what might have been had Wenger switched to it earlier in the season.



How to protect your computers from global cyberattack

Avast said the majority of the attacks targeted Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan - though exactly which computers in those areas were targeted remains fuzzy. The attack held users hostage by freezing their computers, popping up a red screen with the words, "Oops, your files have been encrypted!" and demanding money through online bitcoin payment - $300 at first, rising to $600 before it destroys files hours later.


WannaCry Effect- Open ATMs only after updating software says RBI

WannaCry Effect- Open ATMs only after updating software says RBI

Account addresses hard-coded into the malicious WannaCry virus appear to show the attackers had received just under $32,500 in anonymous bitcoin currency as of (1100 GMT) 7 a.m. Another security research firm, MalwareTech, has created a page monitoring the attacks. Mr Snowden said the US Congress should be asking the NSA if it is aware of any vulnerabilities of the software that could be exploited.


N. Korea says latest missile could carry nuclear warhead

N. Korea says latest missile could carry nuclear warhead

Its goal is to develop a missile capable of delivering a nuclear warhead to the continental United States - something President Donald Trump has vowed "won't happen". In a statement , the White House said Pyongyang has been "a flagrant menace for far too long". The UN Security Council is due to meet on Tuesday to discuss North Korea's latest missile launch, diplomats said on Sunday as the USA and allies South Korea and Japan requested the meeting.


High Hopes at Boeing in St. Louis: Pair of Trainer Jets Unveiled

High Hopes at Boeing in St. Louis: Pair of Trainer Jets Unveiled

But those jobs depend on whether the U.S. Air Force gives Boeing and Saab the contract later this year. But Monday's announcement - complete with members of the area's Congressional delegation, local politicians and regional business leaders - made it official.