MacAlert!

Up to the minute Apple and Mac news alerts

Apple’s privacy software allowed users to be tracked, says Google

[2020-01-22 18:58:44]

Google’s cloud team says it has identified five different types of potential attack that could have resulted from the vulnerabilities, allowing third parties to obtain “sensitive private information about the user’s browsing habits”.

Apple’s privacy software allowed users to be tracked, says Google


Read more....



RELATED!

Why Apple dropped plans to encrypt iPhone backups in iCloud

UK chip group Imagination Technologies strikes new Apple deal

Apple stock hits all-time high and could keep growing, analysts say

The Funded: Former Apple engineers raise $53M to take on Intel and AMD in data centers

Apple splashes $6bn on new shows in streaming wars

​‘Dark cloud over Cupertino’: Trump tariffs a threat to Apple earnings

Apple now has $210B in cash on hand, following stock selloff

Report: All three iPhones coming in 2020 may support 5G

Jony Ive, iPhone designer, announces Apple departure

Livongo Health connects to Apple, Samsung, Fitbit in wearable expansion

​Apple buys autonomous vehicle start-up Drive.ai

Apple to lease new Seattle office for thousands of employees

Apple poaches a former EA executive to lead marketing at Beats

​Inside Apple’s earthquake-ready headquarters

WWDC Preview: 4 things to watch for at Apple’s software developers conference next week