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WikiLeaks Exposes CIA's Device Surveillance TricksWikiLeaks Exposes CIA's Device Surveillance Tricks

Reported by MacNewsWorld
WikiLeaks has released more Vault 7 documentation online, including details about several CIA projects to infect Apple's Mac computer firmware and operating system. The site unloaded its first batch of stolen Vault 7 data earlier this month. The CIA's Embedded Development Branch developed malware.. »more

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ANDROID »

Power up: Super Mario Run's Android release jumps straight to version 2.0

Nintendo fans have been grumbling for months that Super Mario Run has been an
ITworld

 
GREAT BARRIER REEF »

Google's Top News results for 'Great Barrier Reef' directs to fringe political commentary

Google's algorithmic efforts to "organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful" are again facing a critical failure, calling into question confidence in the search giant's unfinished, buggy artificial intelligence that's currently stomping all over its mission..
AppleInsider

 
TWO FACTOR / FACTOR AUTHENTICATION »

Instagram adds two-factor authentication, censors photos that are deemed offensive or disturbing

When in doubt, blur it out. That’s how Instagram is handling any controversial photos that surface on its platform.

On Thursday, Instagram announced a new policy to blur out “sensitive” content that users have flagged as either offensive or disturbing. The blurred photos and videos..
Macworld

 
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Apple Pay gains over 30 more card issuers in US, China & Australia, re-adds Santander

Apple this week updated its list of banks and credit unions supporting Apple Pay with over 30 additions across the U.S., China, and Australia, most notably re-adding Santander in the U.S., which was mistakenly put on the list a month ago.
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Qualcomm, ASE, Brazil government sign MOU to build IC testing/packaging plant in Brazil, says paper
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE), Qualcomm and the Brazil government reportedly have signed a MOU to jointly invest US$200 million initially to establish an IC testing/packaging plant in Sao Paulo, according to Chinese-language Commercial Times Report.
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