Apple held its big event in the Steve Jobs theater at the new Cupertino campus and showed off the Apple Watch 3, the Apple TV 4K, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, and the premium iPhone X.
Zack Whittacker of Zero Day says the Equifax site many are using to put alerts or freezes on their accounts is vulnerable to a cross-site scripting attack, which could leave you vulnerable to malicious code.
The Department of Transportation released new self-driving vehicle guidelines. The full report, which is available online, focuses on cars with level 3 to 5 on the Society of Automotive Engineers scale.
Also, Google is in hot water with Yelp again, Samsung says its foldable Note phone is coming next year, and the NES Classic will get another release next Summer.
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- Samsung eyes foldable smartphone, voice-controlled speaker
- Samsung says Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders highest among Note series
- 2014 Samsung Flexible OLED Display Phone and Tab Concept
- Equifax's credit report monitoring site is also vulnerable to hacking
- Equifax security freeze PINs are worse than I thought.
- Google Rival Yelp Claims Search Giant Broke Promise Made to Regulators
- There's Blood In The Water In Silicon Valley
- Department of Transportation releases new self-driving vehicle guidelines
- A federal agency says an overreliance on Tesla’s Autopilot contributed to a fatal crash
- First look at Apple Park, Steve Jobs' dream campus