The FCC will be conducting new tests for smartphones, including the iPhone 7 and iPhone X, after their levels were reportedly too high in an independent study. Along with the iPhone, Galaxy S models will also be tested.
Chicago’s 11th district police will be testing out the platform so officers will be able to access apps within the vehicle that would typically require their smartphones. Because the smartphone is the key, their Samsung devices will function as computers they can remove from the vehicle and then fully access once back in.
The “upcycled” O.MG Lightning cable has both hardware and software hidden inside, allowing a hacker to steal credentials or even install malware. The cable looks just like the real thing from Apple, and the creator made it in his kitchen.
The line of Adversarial Fashion features license plate images, forcing the automated license plate readers to capture images. This floods the database with useless content. The clothing is designed to thwart the continued invasive cameras.
Along with a new portrait mode for the camera app for Pixel Slate, the update includes a “Clear All” option for notifications. The entirety of the update is explained in a blog post from Google, which ends with a mention about the next Chrome OS update.