Terrance Harris

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What Interviewers Really Want to Hear When They Ask 'Why Do You Want to Work Here?'

A well crafted answer shows interviewers the value you will bring to the company.<p>"So why do you want to work here?" Eventually this question comes up in every interview. Over the course of the last 30 years, I have been and I continue to ask this question all the time.<p>I have learned there is a …

Tupac Shakur’s murder may never be solved as police ‘suspect’ linked to death ‘fights for his life’

<b>A former police officer linked to the drive-by hit on Tupac Shakur is fighting for his life in hospital, causing many fans to fear the sparking fears</b> …

How to Track a Cellphone Without GPS—or Consent

As the Supreme Court mulls over the case of <i>Carpenter v. United States</i>, which may have far-reaching consequences for police who track suspects without …

Best Secret Codes For Android Smartphones

November 23, 2016<p>119<p>125<p>The main functionality of having secret codes hidden within a mobile device was originally intended for the employees of the …

Top 10 Cheat Sheets to Help You Master Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office is still the most popular office suite used by companies and individuals across the world. These Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and …

NASA has figured out how Mars was stripped clean of water

What happened to Mars’ atmosphere? NASA thinks it knows.<p>Around 3.7 to 4.2 billion years ago, the red planet’s atmosphere was the same size or bigger than the Earth’s, but today it’s about 100 times thinner than on our planet. The answer, it turns out, is blowing in the wind.<p>Solar winds, to be …

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New strain of Android malware is 'virtually impossible' to remove

Do you remember the bad old days of computer viruses so invasive that it was easier to nuke your software and start over than fix the problem? They're back... in mobile form. Lookout has noticed a trend toward Android malware that masquerades as a popular app, but quietly gets root-level access to …