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Hackers selling stolen Twitter log-in data
Tens of millions of stolen Twitter credentials evidently lifted from web browser programs were put up for sale online, according to a search engine devoted to leaked data.
 
Lenovo looks beyond computers with new phones
Chinese computer titan Lenovo showcased a series of new smartphones Thursday, including a keenly awaited Tango handset and new Moto Z models that can be transformed into video projectors or powerful speakers.
 
The president of EVA Air said he is not surprised about the poor performance of the Chinese transit market since the measure allowing such travel was implemented Feb. 1, adding that his company will focus on services to North America to cultivate Taiwan as a key transit hub.
 
Chinese billionaire Jack Ma, the founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba, has snapped up two historic French vineyards for nearly 12 million euros (US$13.56 million).
 
Top U.S. weapons maker Lockheed Martin Corp is studying whether to shift work on its multibillion-U.S.-dollar F-35 fighter jet away from Canadian firms, given uncertainty about Ottawa's plans to buy the jet.
 
Indonesian online retailer Bilna spent two years looking for a chief technology officer before it finally discovered Ridy Lie, who had returned home after eight years with Amazon in the United States.
 
Tesla in the driving seat?
In this April 25 file photo, a man sits behind the steering wheel of a Tesla Model S electric car on display at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition in Beijing.
 
Renault opens Minsk branch
Artists perform in a Renault store against a backdrop of cars, some hanging in midair, during the brand's opening ceremony in Minsk, Belarus, Thursday, June 9.
 
Advertising agencies are for the first time turning to Instagram more frequently than Twitter for social media ad campaigns, a survey released Thursday showed, a further indication of weakness in an ad sales operation that has been one of the few bright spots for Twitter.
 
Several suitors are bidding US$5 billion or more for the core business of struggling internet pioneer Yahoo, CNBC reported on Thursday.
 
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