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Two security firms launch rival automatic password changers
By Eric Auchard LONDON (Reuters) - A French-American start-up launched an automatic password changer in an attempt to remove the all-too-human frailty that has rendered the phrase "computer security" a worrying oxymoron, leading a rival U.S. software firm to launch a similar service. For most people, properly managing passwords verges on impossible, given the dizzying array of devices and websites on which we have all become increasingly reliant. But Dashlane.com and LastPass are stepping up their offerings to counter hackers. ...
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Steam Fall Sale Begins: Watch Dogs for $30, The Evil Within for $20, and more
Steam Fall Sale Begins: Watch Dogs for $30, The Evil Within for $20, and moreGet Civilization: Beyond Earth for $35, Company of Heroes 2 for $10, and more.
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Global shares take heart from oil bounce, dollar capped
Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchangeBy Patrick Graham LONDON (Reuters) - Stock markets recovered from their latest bout of oil and growth-related trauma on Tuesday, helped by promises from U.S. policymakers and the head of the IMF that lower fuel costs would boost the world economy. A double-digit percentage fall in oil prices last week sent a shockwave through global financial markets, with countries heavily dependent on oil prices such as Russia, Nigeria and Norway among the biggest sufferers. ...
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Would-be Moldova election kingmaker flees country ahead of Sunday polls
By Alexander Tanas CHISINAU (Reuters) - A would-be kingmaker in elections in Moldova, millionaire dark horse candidate Renato Usatii, said on Friday he had fled to Russia fearing arrest after his party was excluded from the vote in a move likely to embolden pro-European rivals. Russia, which backs a breakaway territory on Moldova's eastern border with Ukraine, criticized the expulsion of Usatii's party by a court on grounds of electoral violations. Moldova, a nation of 3.5 million on the southwestern rim of the former Soviet Union, faces a crucial choice in the Nov. ...
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Scientists map genetic diversity of sub-Saharan Africa
By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists have made the most comprehensive map yet of African genetic variation and say it should help them learn more about the role genes play in diseases such as malaria, hemorrhagic fever and hypertension in populations there. Publishing the findings in the journal Nature on Wednesday, Deepti Gurdasani of Britain's Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, said that despite Africa being the world's most genetically diverse region, relatively little is known about potential genetic risks for disease among its populations. ...
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South African insurer Sanlam 10-month earnings flat, shares drop
South African bank notes featuring an image of former South African President Nelson Mandela are displayed at an office in JohannesburgJOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African insurer Sanlam reported little earnings growth for the first 10 months of the year, saying its investment returns were significantly weaker than a year earlier, which sent its shares sharply lower. South Africa's biggest insurer by market value also said that the state-owned pension fund, the Public Investment Corporation, withdrew 10 billion rand ($891 million) from its funds during the period. Diluted headline earnings per share rose by 4 percent. A year ago, earnings increased by 35 percent. ...
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Review: Hugh Jackman stars in wistful 'The River'
HOLD FOR STORY - This 2014 photo provided by Boneau/Bryan-Brown shows Hugh Jackman, left, as The Man, and Laura Donnelly, as The Other Woman, in NEW YORK (AP) — Those who find they haven't really a taste for Jez Butterworth's latest, enigmatic play will find a diversion to keep them happy — a cooking demonstration by Hugh Jackman.
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EPA delays decision on ethanol in gas
The Obama administration said Friday it is delaying a decision on whether to reduce the amount of ethanol in the nation's fuel supply. Last year the Environmental Protection Agency proposed to reduce the ...
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Syria, Ebola failures highlight UN shortcomings
FILE - In this Sept. 18, 2007 file photo, the flags of member nations fly outside of the United Nations headquarters in New York. Since the U.N. was born from the ashes of World War II, it has grown from 51 members to 193. As it approaches its 70th anniversary next year, the world body is hobbled by bureaucracy, politics and an inability among its five most powerful members to agree on many things. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Ebola epidemic and the war in Syria have cast a spotlight on the inadequacies of the United Nations as it tries to operate in a globalized world with a power structure that hasn't changed since 1945.
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Keystone pipeline could be US Republicans' first blow
House Speaker Boehner John Boehner speaks to reporters during a news conference on November 6, 2014Newly empowered Republicans keen to strike a symbolic blow against President Barack Obama's divisive energy policy have an opening salvo: the controversial Keystone pipeline transporting Canadian tar-sands oil to US refineries. Tuesday's midterm elections ushered in a new Republican majority in the Senate, and incoming leader Senator Mitch McConnell is believed to have enough votes to overcome blocking tactics by Democrats when he puts forward legislation requiring approval of the $5.3-billion project. The 1,179-mile (1,897-kilometer) Keystone XL pipeline has been under consideration since Obama took office six years ago, serving as a rallying cry for Republicans -- and some Democrats in energy-industry states -- desperate to boost US oil and gas production and create jobs. Republicans elected to the Senate this week support Keystone, as do all Republicans currently in the chamber.
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