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Friday October 12, 2018. 10:19 PM
Researchers have long known that local actors—as well as Russia—use manipulative tactics to spread information online. With Facebook suspending a slew of domestic accounts, a difficult reckoning is upon us.
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Apple has submitted its formal response to a draft bill undergoing debate by the Australian government, with the iPhone maker calling for "increasingly stronger - not weaker - encryption" as a way to protect against the growing number of online threats.
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“While you’re exploring the new Finder and trying out Dark Mode, take a turn into the Mac’s less heralded but potentially much more useful virtual desktop Spaces,” William Gallagher writes for AppleInsider. “If you use Spaces on your Mac then you probably love this feature...
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Apple is expanding its street mapping efforts beyond vans outfitted with LIDAR equipment and now has employees collecting street level data on foot. MacRumors reader Dante Cesa spotted a man wearing an Apple Maps backpack featuring a LIDAR rig, GPS, and multiple cameras,...
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“Apple has long sourced power management IC, or PMIC, products from a small company called Dialog Semiconductor,” Ashraf Eassa writes for The Motley Fool. “This business has been lucrative for Dialog, which indicated in its most recent annual report that about 77% of its...
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Apple has a new trailer out for Carpool Karaoke promoting an upcoming episode with Jamie Foxx and his daughter Corinne Foxx. The trailer feature’s Foreigner’s ripoff of Deep Purple’s “My Woman from Tokyo” “Hot Blooded.” The  theme of this episode is father-daughter clashes...
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The Australian government is considering a bill that would require tech companies like Apple to provide 'critical assistance' to government agencies who are investigating crimes. According to the Australian government, encryption is problematic because encrypted...
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We have a deal on the Meross Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip. This device not only has three standard plugs and two USB ports, it has Wi-Fi connectivity that allows you to control each plug individually through the Meross app. You can turn connected devices on and off, set...
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Five years ago, I described how Google was distancing itself from Android and increasingly pursuing a new strategy around Chrome OS. While that was a controversial idea at the time, Google's latest announcements show that's exactly what the company had been doing.
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Facebook has revealed more details about the unprecedented breach of its platform—including how hackers got away with the access tokens of 30 million users.
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Apple has strongly criticized Australia's anti-encryption bill, calling it 'dangerously ambiguous' and 'alarming to every Australian.' From a report: The Australian government's draft law -- known as the Access and Assistance Bill -- would compel tech companies operating in...
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Big Data is a huge money making business, and a big example of this is AOL. No longer an ISP, AOL is now a data broker. The collected data has value because of how it’s used in online advertising, specifically targeted advertising: when a company sends an ad your way based...
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“We’ve seen quite a revolution in health and fitness tracking over the past few years, with the Apple Watch playing a key role in that,” Ben Lovejoy writes for 9to5Mac. “” “One thing I’ve never bothered with is sleep-tracking,” Lovejoy writes. “But as someone who has rece...
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While suspects can be forced to unlock their iPhones, cops have been instructed not to look directly at iPhones to avoid Face ID lock out.
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“Fitness trackers, running watches, activity bands – they’re all only as good as the functions you use them for. By that I mean, what’s handy for one woman could be damn useless to another,” Amy Hopkinson writes for Women’ Health. “But, take a watch that can run on one ch...
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Facebook Friday offered more details about its recent breach. Here's how to see if you were affected.
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More signs that new iPad Pro models are on the way have surfaced, with an app analytics platform claiming to see logs of model identifiers for unreleased models for the tablet, labels that seemingly correlate with other rumors about the 2018 refresh.
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Two weeks ago, Facebook announced that it discovered a security breach allowing hackers to steal Facebook data from millions of accounts, and today, Facebook shared further data on just what was accessed. To get the Facebook data, hackers took advantage of a security flaw...
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Smart speakers like the Amazon Echo take advantage of Wikipedia, and Wikipedia deservers way more of our money. But it’s not just the fact that this donation is, in the scheme of things, paltry. It’s that this “endowment” is dwarfed by what Amazon and its ilk get out ...
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The Gadget Lab team breaks down this week’s tech news and welcomes special guest Ivy Ross to the show, to talk about the new Google Pixel products.
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