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Enlarge / Apple offices in northern California. reader comments 416 with 250 posters participating Share this story All across the United States, the leaders at large tech companies like Apple, Google, and Facebook are engaged in a delicate dance with thousands of employees who have recently become convinced that physically commuting to an office every ..

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reader comments 93 with 51 posters participating Share this story Scammers have been caught using a clever sleight of hand to impersonate the website for the Brave browser and using it in Google ads to push malware that takes control of browsers and steals sensitive data. The attack worked by registering the domain xn--brav-yva[.]com, an ..

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Elena Lacey, Getty Images reader comments 60 with 46 posters participating Share this story For at least a decade, privacy advocates dreamed of a universal, legally enforceable “do not track” setting. Now, at least in the most populous state in the US, that dream has become a reality. So why isn’t Apple—a company that increasingly ..

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Enlarge / 2007-era Kindles had a pretty good fourteen-year run—but we imagine there are some 2016-era Kindle Oasis (8th-gen) owners feeling pretty salty about their free 3G broadband going away right now. reader comments 88 with 64 posters participating, including story author Share this story This Wednesday, Amazon sent a notification email to customers who ..

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reader comments 55 with 32 posters participating Share this story The Huawei P50 Pro, in several colors. The front looks like every other smartphone on Earth. This is a huge camera bump. That’s a main camera, a black and white camera, and a wide-angle camera on the top. The rectangular lens at the bottom is ..

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reader comments 106 with 73 posters participating, including story author Share this story Open source packages downloaded an estimated 30,000 times from the PyPI open source repository contained malicious code that surreptitiously stole credit card data and login credentials and injected malicious code on infected machines, researchers said on Thursday. In a post, researchers Andrey ..

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reader comments 52 with 42 posters participating, including story author Share this story Recently detected Android malware, some spread through the Google Play Store, uses a novel way to supercharge the harvesting of login credentials from more than 100 banking and cryptocurrency applications. The malware, which researchers from Amsterdam-based security firm ThreatFabric are calling Vultur, ..

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Enlarge / Don’t get too excited about how well these Ray-Bans go with Gitta Banko’s outfit—we don’t know what Facebook’s new smart glasses will look like, only that they’re made in partnership with the brand and its parent company. reader comments 45 with 39 posters participating Share this story In an earnings conference call on ..

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Faebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. reader comments 34 with 27 posters participating Share this story For months, Apple and Facebook waged a PR war (with threats of a legal one) over App Tracking Transparency, a change in recent versions of the iPhone’s iOS software that will often limit how advertising-focused apps and companies can monetize iPhone ..

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Enlarge / Sure, it’s cheaply produced clip art… but it’s also a disturbingly accurate picture of the current state of supply and demand in the semiconductor product market. reader comments 69 with 49 posters participating, including story author Share this story 2021’s infamous chip shortages aren’t only affecting automakers. In a post-earnings conference call Tuesday, Apple ..

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