Latest Technology News – September 26th, 2016

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iPhone Hackers Say Apple Weakened Backup Security With iOS 10

Professional iPhone hackers say that Apple has dropped the ball on password security with its latest iPhone operating system, making the task of cracking the logins for backups stored on a Mac or PC considerably easier. –

Snapchat Releases First Hardware Product, Spectacles

IN AN UNMARKED BUILDING on a quiet side street just off the beach in Venice, California, 26-year-old Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel stands in a small conference room. He’s draped a towel over a mysterious object sitting on a table. He is eager to the point of jitters.

“You wanna see it?” he asks, grinning widely. There’s drama in this reveal: I’m about to join an exceedingly small circle of people whom Spiegel has shown the object to. As he lifts the towel, he breaks into a delighted laugh. “Boom!” Source:

Users Report That Replacement Note 7s Are Still Having Battery Issues, Just Not Explosive Ones

Thought you’d heard the end of news surrounding Samsung’s Note 7 recall? Wrong. As the company continues to push distribution of replacement devices worldwide, there are a growing number of user complaints that the new devices are still having battery issues, just of the less explosive variety… Source:


New Google Wi-Fi Router May Share Stage With Pixel Phone Oct. 4

Sure, people eagerly await the latest rumors about coming smartphones, but rumors about unsexy home routers? Forget about it.

Still, there may be a new home router sharing the stage October 4 with Google’s rumored new flagship phone, the Pixel. The company, which announced the event Monday, is also expected to offer more details about a smart speaker called Google Home, a rival to Amazon’s Echo. Source:

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