Navy Seal’s Lawyers Received Emails Embedded With Tracking Software

Navy Seal’s Lawyers Received Emails Embedded With Tracking Software

Navy Seal’s Lawyers Received Emails Embedded With Tracking Software (theguardian.com) Posted by msmash on Friday May 17, 2019 @03:34PM from the stranger-things dept. An anonymous reader shares a report: Military prosecutors in the case of a US navy Seal charged with killing an Islamic State prisoner in Iraq in 2017 installed tracking software in emails…

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Apple Watch ECG is coming to Canada ‘as quickly as possible’

Apple Watch ECG is coming to Canada ‘as quickly as possible’

Apple has so far been content to bring the feature to more countries through minor software updates, like watchOS 5.2 in March and 5.2.1 earlier in May.The technology typically requires approval on a country-by-country basis due to the medical implications. It’s meant to detect atrial fibrillation, and officials typically want to ensure that it’s providing…

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Apple pledges to notify users of potential iPhone slowdowns

Apple pledges to notify users of potential iPhone slowdowns

Back in late 2017, a Reddit user benchmarked his iPhone before and after replacing its battery and found that its CPU performance improved following the battery change. Apple later admitted that it intentionally throttled phones with aging batteries and apologized by offering out-of-warranty battery replacements for $29, $50 less than usual. The tech giant also…

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Microsoft Is Putting the Sexy Into Unsexy Software

Microsoft Is Putting the Sexy Into Unsexy Software

Microsoft Is Putting the Sexy Into Unsexy Software (theverge.com) Posted by BeauHD on Friday May 24, 2019 @07:20PM from the new-and-shiny dept. Microsoft’s redesigned SharePoint platform is proof that Microsoft is serious about making their software more stylish. “It’s colorful, pretty, and makes SharePoint seem sexy instead of the boring corporate intranet website that most…

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Antivirus Makers Confirm—and Deny—Getting Breached After Hackers Offer Stolen Data Online

Antivirus Makers Confirm—and Deny—Getting Breached After Hackers Offer Stolen Data Online

Boxes of McAfee security software are displayed alongside Norton Anti-virus software by Symantec on a shelf at a Target store August 19, 2010 in Colma, California. Photo: Justin Sullivan / GettySymantec and Trend Micro are among the list of leading antivirus companies that a group of Russian-speaking hackers allege to have compromised, Gizmodo has learned.…

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