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Muma Gee Shares Photos Of Her Battered Body As She Files For Divorce


Singer Muma Gee, has reportedly filed for divorce from husband and Nollywood actor, Prince Eke.
According to her publicist and close friend Don Saint, more details will be released soon, as Muma Gee now fears for her life following Prince Eke’s interview yesterday where he said the singer should be prepared to rest in peace. 113 more words

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How to write your repo README in a markup language other than markdown - 057

Markdown not your thing? GitHub supports more than just markdown for your Readme markup language. You can view the full list of supported markup languages… 122 more words

Git(Hub) Tip Of The Day 2017

How to render a CSV and TSV file as an interactive table on GitHub - 056

If you have a csv or tsv file in your repo, GitHub will automatically display it as a table that you can search and filter on. 63 more words

Git(Hub) Tip Of The Day 2017

Recover Lost Partition and Restore Lost Files

The best way to quickly and safely recover lost partition and restore lost files is to use your data recovery software to locate the missing partition.  Once the partition is located, it is best to search inside the partition to make sure your files and folders are safe.  Before restoring the …
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Alphabet's Waymo Accuses Uber of Stealing Self-Driving LiDAR System

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

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Specifically, former Google employee Anthony Levandowski, who co-founded Otto, is accused of stealing 14,000 confidential files that included data on the laser-based radar system used in Waymo vehicles. 587 more words

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At death’s door for years, widely used SHA1 function is now dead

(Source: arstechnica.com)

For more than six years, the SHA1 cryptographic hash function underpinning Internet security has been at death’s door. Now it’s officially dead, thanks to the submission of the first known instance of a fatal exploit known as a “collision.” 901 more words

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