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Apple is updating AirTags to make them less creepy

Apple is updating AirTags to make them less creepy

Apple is updating AirTags to make them less creepy Mitchell Clark Apple is distributing an AirTags software update that makes it harder for people to use them for surreptitious tracking, CNET reports. According to a statement sent to The Verge, Apple is also working on an app for Android users which will let them detect…

Apple updates AirTags to address stalking concerns | Engadget

Apple updates AirTags to address stalking concerns | Engadget Apple has updated AirTags in order to address privacy concerns associated with the Bluetooth trackers. With the change, Apple is shortening the period of when an AirTag can be separated from its owner without making noise. “Following up on our commitment to continue to improve AirTag’s…

NASA Picks Two Missions to Explore Venus, the First in Decades

NASA Picks Two Missions to Explore Venus, the First in Decades

NASA Picks Two Missions to Explore Venus, the First in Decades Robin George Andrews On the morning of June 2, rumors began swirling that NASA was about to announce its latest choices for interplanetary missions, selecting the long-awaited winners of the agency’s competition for new spacecraft in its relatively low-priced Discovery exploration program. Four contending…

Record Heat Bakes Drought-Stricken West

Record Heat Bakes Drought-Stricken West

Record Heat Bakes Drought-Stricken West Anne C. Mulkern, E&E News High temperatures shattered daily records in California this week as the state prepares for a potentially catastrophic wildfire season fueled by a prolonged drought. The mercury climbed to 109 degrees Fahrenheit Monday in Redding, obliterating the previous record of 103 F for the…