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A new iOS has arrived, along with a few bugs
Apple’s iOS 13 drops today, that means dim mode has finally come to a iPhone. It also means we can start personification with Apple Arcade and find new organizational collection for your photos. Also, apps should open faster. But a new handling complement is sincerely buggy, so if we can be patient, iOS 13.1 is set to dump Sep 24 and should be some-more reliable.
On Roku and Amazon Fire TV, channels are examination you
The streaming apps are examination you: New investigate shows that over 2,000 of them are tracking information about your devices—even when we tell them not to. Researchers found that 89 percent of Amazon Fire TV channels and 69 percent of Roku channels collected information about users’ observation habits and preferences, along with singular identifiers like device method numbers and IDs, and Wi-Fi network names.
Fast Fact: 26 Million
That’s how many people have had partial of their genome decoded by companies like 23andMe and Ancestry. But one startup argues that many some-more would do it if they didn’t have to give adult their personal information to do it. That’s because they’re proposing an choice to be means to method your DNA anonymously.
WIRED Recommends: Veja Condor Shoe
Most boots are done adult mostly of cosmetic and foam, though Veja—a self-funded company—is out to change that with a new shoe: a Condor. It’s done of 53 percent bio-based and recycled materials and is privately designed for prolonged runs (although not for critical marathon training).
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