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BEIJING (Reuters): The floods drenching central China and submerging swathes of a major economic and transport hub are threatening supply chains for goods ranging from cars and electronics to pigs, peanuts and coal.
Around 100,000 people have been relocated from Zhengzhou, the world’s biggest production base for iPhones, following widespread floods that caused at least 12 deaths.
Pegasus software is able to gain vast amounts of information from a user and monitor them at will, without their ever coming to know about it.
To understand what Pegasus is and how it worked in the past, it is necessary to understand how the software was used to target individuals and how the affected companies changed their services to fix the security flaws being used by Pegasus back in 2019.
Zero-day bug attack: Google, Microsoft, Apple scramble updates to protect you from DevilsTongue spyware
Zero-day bug attack: Google and Microsoft have released a patch to two critical vulnerabilities in their operating systems that were exploited by a spyware that has reportedly been sold to governments by Israeli developer Candiru.
When users get asked on iPhone devices if they’d like to be tracked, the vast majority say no. That’s worrying Facebook Inc’s advertisers, who are losing access to some of their most valuable targeting data and have already seen a decrease in effectiveness of their ads.
American tech giant Apple has threatened to quit the UK over a US$7bil (£5bil or RM29.11bil) legal row.
WASHINGTON/OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) -Thirty-seven U.S. state and district attorneys general sued Alphabet Inc's Google on Wednesday, alleging that it bought off competitors and used restrictive contracts to unlawfully maintain a monopoly for its app store on Android phones.
Apple iPhones are well known for their stability and reliable software experience, but even iOS occasionally suffers from bugs that can somewhat impair the functionality of their pricey handsets.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe's tech chief Margrethe Vestager on Friday warned iPhone maker Apple against using privacy and security concerns to fend off competition on its App Store, reasons CEO Tim Cook gave for not allowing users to install software from outside the Store.