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Hackers found their way into Apple's ecosystem and possibly your phone
. Cybercriminals have directed users to download something called Exodus, an app that was actually malware. It allowed access to photos, videos, device IDs, audio recordings, and contacts to track the location of a victim and hear their conversations through the microphone. It's an unusual breach for Apple's blocked ecosystem, but it's a reminder to stay alert no matter how safe you think your equipment is. Sonos has teamed up to put together speaker-cabinet combinations for everyone. The partnership begins with a $ 99 bookshelf speaker combo that can record up to 6.6 pounds and is the cheapest Sonos audio product you can buy. There will also be a speaker lamp mashup that will allow you to earn $ 1
A cervical robot could save the rhinoceros
White rhinos are extinct in the wild and only two are in captivity. However, scientists believe that the answer to rescuing the species could be a snake artificial insemination bot. To be fair, these rhinos need much more than a cervix-navigating robot to survive. But it is a start.
While Internet and social media are offered in all sorts of languages, the code from which they are created is not. The code behind the web in all its many forms is mostly written in English. Major languages such as Mandarin, Spanish, Hindi and Arabic are not yet widely used as coding languages, which severely penalizes non-English speakers in lucrative tech jobs.
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