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Google researchers found a bunch of malicious sites that quietly hacked iPhones for years
 
 
Google researchers found a bunch of malicious sites that quietly hacked iPhones for years
 
Hackers were able to steal messages, photos, and real-time GPS location data through a 'monitoring implant.'
 
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Elon Musk is already dreaming of a monster 'next-generation' Starship. If built, the rocket's body would be wider than an NBA basketball court.
 
 
Elon Musk is already dreaming of a monster 'next-generation' Starship. If built, the rocket's body would be wider than an NBA basketball court.
 
SpaceX is working on Starship launch system planned to be nearly 390 feet (118 meters) tall. But Musk is already thinking bigger — much, much bigger.
 
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Tesla's new insurance program prompted some early questions amid a bumpy rollout
 
 
Tesla's new insurance program prompted some early questions amid a bumpy rollout
 
Tesla launched an insurance product Wednesday but quickly removed the option to buy a policy from its website.
 
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The hot Silicon Valley coding bootcamp Lambda School is paying a $75,000 fine for not registering properly with the state of California
 
 
The hot Silicon Valley coding bootcamp Lambda School is paying a $75,000 fine for not registering properly with the state of California
 
Y Combinator startup Lambda School was fined by California's Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education. Now, it's working to register with BPPE.
 
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10 things in tech you need to know today
 
 
10 things in tech you need to know today
 
Alphabet's chief legal officer responded to the report that he had a child with a Google employee and emotionally abused her.
 
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A female-led initiative is launching an online platform called ‘Meet Your Maven,’ to hire out their expertise for mentorship opportunities to women around the world
 
 
A female-led initiative is launching an online platform called ‘Meet Your Maven,’ to hire out their expertise for mentorship opportunities to women around the world
 
The Melbourne-based League of Extraordinary Women is launching the world's first female-led mentor platform connecting women from across the globe.
 
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How the Internet of Things will transform consumerism, enterprises, and governments over the next five years
 
 
How the Internet of Things will transform consumerism, enterprises, and governments over the next five years
 
Consumers, companies, and governments will install more than 40 billion IoT devices worldwide through 2023. Business Insider Intelligence provides IoT forecasts to understand how this transformative technological force is changing how companies and jurisdictions operate, and how consumers live.
 
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How to make your Apple Watch vibrate more prominently through the device's settings, or using the Watch app on your iPhone
 
 
How to make your Apple Watch vibrate more prominently through the device's settings, or using the Watch app on your iPhone
 
It's possible to make your Apple Watch vibrate more prominently than its default vibration through the settings on your watch or iPhone. Here's how.
 
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RIDE-HAILING IN HEALTHCARE: Uber and Lyft are aiming to solve the $150 billion annual problem of US medical transport — here’s why automakers should enter the fray
 
 
RIDE-HAILING IN HEALTHCARE: Uber and Lyft are aiming to solve the $150 billion annual problem of US medical transport — here’s why automakers should enter the fray
 
This report discusses the forces opening opportunities for transportation companies in healthcare and the value they can gain from entering the space.
 
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OtterBox reimagined wireless charging with a single 'stackable' system that lets you charge multiple devices — here's how it works
 
 
OtterBox reimagined wireless charging with a single 'stackable' system that lets you charge multiple devices — here's how it works
 
There are many wireless charging pads out there, but none quite like the OtterBox OtterSpot wireless charging system. Here's why it's worth it.
 
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