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Safari exploit can leak browser histories and Google account info

Apple device users appear to be vulnerable to a significant browser privacy flaw. According to 9to5Mac, FingerprintJS has disclosed an exploit that lets attackers obtain your recent browser history, and even some...

Walmart may offer a cryptocurrency and NFTs

Walmart apparently doesn't want to be left out of the crypto rush. CNBC has learned Walmart filed several trademark applications with the USPTO in late December for selling virtual goods, and in...

Samsung's 14-inch Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra may offer equally massive specs

Samsung's long-rumored 14-inch Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra might be close to launch — and could have more to offer than its screen size. WinFuture has obtained what it says are leaked official...

Apple's digital car keys may work with Hyundai and Genesis models this summer

Apple's digital car key feature might soon be useful for unlocking more than a handful of BMW models. In his latest newsletter, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman claimed Hyundai and its upscale Genesis badge...

Amazon Kindle is back on sale for $50 today only

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Ukraine blames Russia for cyberattack against government websites

Ukraine isn't hesitating to point fingers following a major cyberattack that hobbled dozens of government websites. As The Guardian reports, Ukraine's digital transformation ministry has blamed Russia for the hack, accusing the...

Apple faces class action lawsuit over Powerbeats Pro charging issues

Apple is facing another lawsuit over Powerbeats battery trouble. New York resident Alejandro Vivar has filed a potential class action lawsuit over allegations Powerbeats Pro design defects prevents the wireless earbuds from...

Face mask sensor can detect leaks and your heart rate

You might not be thrilled that face masks are a part of daily life during the COVID-19 pandemic, but they could soon be useful for more than protecting others and yourself. Researchers...

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