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Don't fall for it: Dogecoin has no official support account 

Has a Dogecoin ‘official support’ team contacted you? If so, ignore them – because the genuine Doge community has warned that it is a scam, stressing that it offers no such support service. 
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Post-quantum encryption algorithms under rigorous scrutiny: expect more hacks 
Researchers cracked a post-quantum algorithm in an hour. Experts believe it is not such a bad thing. 
Samsung showcases new foldables 
Samsung announced the new Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 phones in its annual summer launch event focusing on foldables. It also unveiled a new generation of smartwatches and wireless earbuds. 
Five sectors where robots will likely take over 
The rise of automation, artificial intelligence, and robots have plenty of ripple effects. Some of those will be beneficial, unlocking efficiencies that otherwise wouldn’t be realized, while others will be damaging. 
Ukraine dismantled million-strong disinformation bot farm 
Russian special services partly used the bot farm to destabilize the social and political situation, the Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) claims. 

Data router hijacking: why would Russia redirect Apple’s traffic? 

If Russia did redirect Apple’s traffic intentionally, it wouldn’t be the first time that large tranches of internet chatter were redirected to Russia’s servers. 
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