China claims it can now identify Airdrop users that are ‘bad influences.’
A government-backed firm in China claims that it’s cracked Apple’s encrypted Airdrop feature, allowing police to access the phone numbers and emails of those using it to share undesirable content.
The AIs are officially out of control
Google apologizes for ‘missing the mark’ after Gemini generated racially diverse Nazis
Google Pay replaced Google Wallet — now it’s going away to make room for Google Wallet
Vision Pro owners are reporting a mysterious crack in the front glass
Spotify HiFi is still MIA after three years, and now so is my subscription