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March 8, 2017 7:36 AM WikiLeaks fallout: Should you worry about alleged CIA hacks?

Mae Anderson, Tali Arbel and Barbara Ortutay, Ap Technology Writers NEW YORK (AP) — So, you use messaging apps like WhatsApp or Signal or have smart TVs and PCs. Should you worry that the CIA is listening to your conversations? The short answer is no. The long answer is maybe, though it's still unlikely you need to be too concerned. WikiLeaks revelations 46

March 8, 2017 7:15 AM Android Nougat Now on 2.8 Percent of Active Devices, Sees Significant Growth

Google's Android Nougat, the latest publicly available version of Google's mobile and tablet operating system, is now running on 2.8 percent of active Android devices, according to the latest Google Play distribution data. The latest version has seen significant 1.6 percent increase since February. Google has updated its Google Play distribution data for the seven-day 42

March 8, 2017 5:46 AM WikiLeaks says it has CIA spy tools as McCain cites dangers

The Central Intelligence Agency’s hackers have developed tools letting them break into devices to monitor conversations and messages, according to documents released by WikiLeaks that – if true – could expose US operations in countries from North Korea to Iran. “If they can hack into the CIA they can hack into anyone,” Republican Senator John McCain 44

March 8, 2017 1:56 AM CIA's apparent hacking techniques revealed in data breach

The government agents charged with uncovering foreign secrets have had their own laid bare. Secret Central Intelligence Agency files published Tuesday paint a portrait many would expect of government cyberespionage efforts, yet they threaten to again disrupt the nation’s digital spying programs. The nearly 9,000 documents shared online by the anti-secrecy 48

March 8, 2017 1:54 AM Can nostalgia help selling products like Nokia 3310 and Internet Explorer?

The main highlight of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 held in Barcelona was the relaunch of the Nokia 3310. While several other smartphones were unveiled during MWC 2017, it was this feature phone that grabbed everyone's attention and got them talking. Many who used the feature phone in the early 2000's were hit by nostalgia, as the iconic phone 39

March 7, 2017 9:08 PM CIA hacks into smartphones and TVs, claims WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks posts files it says show US agency breaks into devices and intercepts messages The Central Intelligence Agency’s hackers have developed tools letting them break into devices from iPhones and Android phones to Samsung “smart” televisions to monitor conversations and messages, according to WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks, which specialises in disclosing 28

March 7, 2017 6:27 PM Arsenal v Bayern Munich live stream

However EE mobile customers will be able to stream the game for free, thanks to a free six month subscription plan recently announced by the network. Lastly, Sky TV and Virgin Media customers can also tune into BT Sport, via channel 414 and 532 respectively, as well as Sky HD channel 433. This means that Sky customers can follow all the action on their 33

March 7, 2017 6:10 PM Why the CIA is using your TVs, smartphones and cars for spying

The latest revelations about U.S. government’s powerful hacking tools potentially takes surveillance right into the homes and hip pockets of billions of users worldwide, showing how a remarkable variety of every day devices can be turned to spy on their owners. Televisions, smartphones and Internet-connected vehicles are all vulnerable to CIA hacking 59

March 7, 2017 5:01 PM WikiLeaks Releases Alleged CIA Hacking Secrets

WikiLeaks posted thousands of documents Tuesday that it said revealed important CIA hacking secrets, including the spy agency's ability to penetrate encrypted communications apps such as Signal or WhatsApp. NBC News has not verified the authenticity of the documents, and a CIA spokesman declined to comment. "We do not comment on the authenticity or content 29

March 7, 2017 4:39 PM Samsung's approach to unlocked Galaxy smartphones is all wrong

When the company announced it would sell an unlocked version its S7 lineup, users rejoiced. That excitement, however, wasn't long lived. Reading through old reviews of Samsung's Galaxy smartphones, there's one complaint the company just can't get away from -- carrier bloatware isn't in the best interest of the user. For example, AT&T preinstalls DirecTV 36