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It’s okay for Pikachu to watch you — as long as you want it to

It’s okay for Pikachu to watch you — as long as you want it to


pokemon-eyes-watching Millions who downloaded the new Pokémon Go app are living in a brave, new, augmented reality world. For the early adopters (meaning apparently everyone you know) on iOS devices, it meant unknowingly granting Pokémon Go the permission to fully access their Google accounts. You’ve got to risk it all to catch ‘em all, right? Read More



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Serious privacy flaws discovered in Glow fertility tracker app

Serious privacy flaws discovered in Glow fertility tracker app


pregnant There are scores of startups making fertility tracker and family planning apps today, but a Consumer Reports investigation has singled out Glow Inc. for serious security and privacy flaws. First, Consumer Reports’ team was able to access very personal information including data and comments about users’ sex lives, history of miscarriages, abortions and more, through a privacy… Read More



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Here’s whats new in the latest Pokémon Go update

Here’s whats new in the latest Pokémon Go update


0 Word started spreading early this morning of an update rolling out to Pokemon Go — version 0.31.0, if you’re keeping track. The update is reportedly rolling out now, but it’s only gone out to a handful of Android users thus far. I’d imagine that a comparable iOS update is right around the corner, just making its way through Apple’s approval process. Don’t… Read More



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