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Friday June 21, 2019. 01:20 AM
Google on Thursday confirmed that a bug in its Nest security cameras could have allowed users to be spied on. The Daily Dot reports: The issue was first raised by a user on Facebook who recently sold his Nest Cam Indoor yet was still able to access its feed. The problem...
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The 2015 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro. [credit: Andrew Cunningham ] Today, Apple sent out a press release and published a customer support document announcing a new voluntary recall-and-replace program for certain MacBook Pro models that contain batteries that may...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: A MongoDB database was left open on the internet without a password, and by doing so, exposed the personal details and prescription information for more than 78,000 U.S. patients. The database contained information on 391,649...
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Can't spell SupportAssist without 'ass' and 'u' – other makers may be hit, too Dell's troubleshooting software SupportAssist, bundled with the US tech titan's home and business computers, has a security flaw that can be exploited by malware and rogue logged-in users to...
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Three cybersecurity firms have identified phishing attacks stemming from Iran—that may lay the groundwork for something more destructive.
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Samsung Electronics' first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, will launch soon, as 'most' issues linked to the screen have been solved, a Samsung Display executive has revealed. From a report: 'Most of the display problems have been ironed out, and the Galaxy Fold is...
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Enlarge / The fox animoji. (credit: Samuel Axon) Hackers exploited a pair of potent zero-day vulnerabilities in Firefox to infect Mac users with a largely undetected backdoor, according to accounts pieced together from multiple people. Mozilla released an update on Tuesday...
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Thursday June 20, 2019. 11:59 PM
Thursday's recall, issued because of battery overheating concerns, is not an isolated incident when it comes to Apple’s premium laptops.
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Goodbye Sex.com: Voice.com now #1 at $30m Comment This week saw the greatest sum ever paid for a domain name: Voice.com was sold in an all-cash deal for $30m to a company called Block.one, more than doubling the previous, longstanding record of $13m for Sex.com.…
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Enlarge (credit: IIHS) Does the name 'Autopilot' cause people to overestimate the abilities of Tesla's driver-assistance technology? It's a question that comes up in the Ars comments almost every time we write about the feature. Critics warn that some customers will assume...
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Apple on Thursday launched a voluntary recall and replacement program on Thursday for the 15-inch 2015 MacBook Pro with Retina Display, saying that batteries on some of these devices could overheat and 'may pose a fire safety risk.' From a report: The current generation is...
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Bryan Sellers behind the wheel of his I-Pace racing car. He currently lies second in the championship for Pro drivers. [credit: Jaguar ] 'Win on Sunday, sell on Monday.' Like many aphorisms from an earlier time, this no longer works quite as well as it did. But for an...
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Apple issues voluntary recall for godforsaken laptops, again Apple has urged its fans to stop using certain MacBook Pro models, and has issued a voluntary recall of the notebooks, after they were found to be prone to battery blazes.…
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A bipartisan pair of House lawmakers on Thursday unveiled a compromise bill aimed at thwarting the scourge of robocalls dialing up U.S. consumers, about one month after the Senate adopted its own anti-robocall bill. From a report: House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman ...
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Patch released after crypto-currency biz sounded alarm The development and release of a critical Firefox security patch this week was, in part, triggered by an attempted cyber-heist of crypto-coin exchange Coinbase.…
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Enlarge (credit: Masaki Eda) At first glance, one of the most famous figures of Peru's Nasca Lines looks like a fairly generic hummingbird. But the details of the drawing—and those of several other ancient drawings, paintings, and sculptures of animals and plants around...
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Enlarge / Mars or the Moon? It’s a debate that has bedeviled NASA for decades. (credit: Aurich Lawson / Getty Images) Nearly two years ago, Vice President Mike Pence made the administration's space policy official, saying NASA would re-focus its program...
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AMC's The Terror: Infamy is set in the Japanese-American internment camps of World War II. Shape-shifting spirits terrorize a Southern California community of Japanese Americans in the first trailer for The Terror: Infamy, the second season of AMC's horror anthology...
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Enlarge / A Wi-Fi router. (credit: Getty Images | deepblue4you) The Federal Communications Commission will vote next month on whether to preempt a San Francisco city ordinance that was designed to promote broadband competition in multi-unit buildings. San Francisco's...
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