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New Unpatched macOS Flaw Lets Apps Spy On Your Safari Browsing History

A new security vulnerability has been discovered in the latest version of Apple’s macOS Mojave that could allow a malicious application to access data stored in restricted folders which are otherwise not accessible to every app. Discovered by application developer Jeff Johnson on February 8, the vulnerability is unpatched at the time of writing and impacts all version of macOS…

Google Maps Begins Rolling Out Support for Driver Speed Limits and Speed Traps – MacRumors

Google is currently rolling out support for road speed limits and speed traps in its navigation app, Google Maps. When drivers are using the app, the speed limit feature shows the speed limit of the road they are driving on in the lower left of the screen. Speed traps are indicated with a small camera icon and shown on the…

Ford confirms all-electric F-Series pickup truck coming – Electrek

Ford might not be doomed after all. The American automaker has now finally announced that it is going to launch an all-electric version of its most important vehicle program: the F-Series pickup trucks. Last year, Ford announced plans to “bring 16 battery-electric vehicles to market by 2022” – starting with an all-electric CUV with 300 miles of range. […] More: Ford confirms all-electric…

Acer unveils its first AMD-powered Chromebook

Acer has been an active player on the Chromebook scene for years, and has regularly stretched the conventions of the category. In 2017, the company introduced the first Chromebook OS laptop with a 15.6-inch display — a size that has become common since. And with the new Chromebook 315, announced today at CES, Acer has another breakthrough under its proverbial belt: one of the…