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alexa and google home devices leveraged to phish and eavesdrop on users, again

Hackers can abuse Amazon Alexa and Google Home smart assistants to eavesdrop on user conversations without users' knowledge, or trick users into handing over sensitive information.See alsoThe attacks aren't technically new. Security researchers have previously found similar phishing and eavesdropping vectors impacting Amazon Alexa in April 2018; Alexa and Google Home devices in May 2018; and again Alexa devices in August 2018.Both Amazon and Google have deployed countermeasures every time, yet ...

mick mulvaney seeks trump damage control over impeachment and more | us news

Chief of staff defends Doral G7 fiasco and own Ukraine remarksNancy Pelosi visits Jordan to discuss Turkey Syria incursionSenior Trump administration officials were on Sunday scrambling to defend the president from escalating domestic and foreign policy scandals, ranging from impeachment proceedings in Washington to the US troop withdrawal in northern Syria. Related: 'Meltdown': Donald Trump's week of intense political peril Continue reading...

top 10 trending phones of week 42

The Redmi Note 8 Pro rose to the top last week and extended its advantage this one. A great achievement considering that five of last week's members didn't even make the cut in what was certainly an exciting week. In fact the Redmi family was certainly the biggest winner this week, with the Note 8 capturing the second spot and the vanilla 8 snatching fifth. Realme also has reasons to be proud as its X2 Pro flagship placed on the podium, ahead of the best seller that is the Galaxy A50. A...

pm's brexit deal still on knife-edge despite claim he has the numbers | politics

Analysis of voting intentions suggests Boris Johnson is still one vote short of majority Boris Johnson’s attempts to pass his Brexit deal are still on a knife-edge, despite senior ministers claiming he has the numbers to get it through, according to Guardian analysis of likely voting intentions.Johnson appears to have got all of his 287 voting MPs on board with his plan, including his brother, Jo Johnson, who backed a second referendum but voted with the government on Saturday. Continue reading....

'my teeth moved so much i needed braces' – readers on how childbirth changed them | society

Having a baby is life-changing, but the lasting impacts of childbirth are particularly surprising, from altered shoe sizes, shifting teeth and night sweats to ‘flobbily’ boobs and better sexOut of all the strange side-effects I expected to experience after birth, I didn’t imagine I would have issues with my teeth. One theory is that relaxin, a hormone released during pregnancy to relax the ligaments in the pelvis and to soften and widen the cervix, may cause your teeth to shift. They had felt a ...

liverpool drop first points but lallana strike denies manchester united | football

By any objective measure, this had felt like an away banker during what was a high-octane build-up. Manchester United, mired in their worst start to a season since 1989-90, had been goal-shy; their confidence seemingly in pieces. Liverpool were supposed to roll up to Old Trafford and extend their 100 per cent Premier League to a record-equalling 18th game.Ole Gunnar Solskjær, the eternally optimistic United manager, had claimed that “this is the perfect game for us‚“ but, to put it bluntly, nobo...

how do we produce our magazines? here is some of the daily decision-making | paul chadwick | opinion

A look behind the scenes at two Guardian and Observer titles reveals dedicated teams working to a non-stop beatIn the life of every publication there is a rhythm. For readers it is felt when the fresh edition arrives, and is quiet until the next one. But for those who produce the publication, the beat is incessant. To help convey to readers something of the pulse rate inside a major journalism organisation, I asked two editors to describe their typical week, day by day.Melissa Denes edits Weeken...

manchester united 1-1 liverpool: premier league – as it happened | football

Premier League updates from the 4.30pm BST kick-off Man Utd’s recruitment has been dysfunctional, says WoodwardMan Utd must be tempted to look at Klopp and wonder: what if?Send your thoughts to Rob here 6.53pm BST Jose Mourinho’s response to Klopp’s comments“He didn’t like the menu. He likes meat and he got fish. so he was not happy. They are of course much stronger against opponents who give them a chance of transitions and counter-attacks. United didn’t do that. And he didn’t like the menu.” 6...

lebanon's mass revolt against corruption and poverty continues | world news

Dissent gains momentum with country’s largest protests since Cedar revolution of 2005The largest protests in Lebanon in 14 years are set to shut down the country for a fifth day on Monday, as a revolt against a weak government, ailing services and a looming economic collapse continues to gain momentum.Demonstrators took to the streets of most urban centres on Sunday to rail against officials who they say are preventing badly needed reforms that would cut into the pockets of the ruling class, and...

the guardian view on xinjiang, china: forced labour and fashion shows | editorial | opinion

Repression in the north-western region takes many forms. They all deserve scrutinyWhen a million Uighurs and other Muslims have been locked up in Xinjiang’s detention camps, and as documentation of forced labour mounts, it might seem perverse to pay attention to fashion shows, beauty salons and a park. Yet these developments are not trivial. They form part of China’s efforts to erase Uighur culture. Recent research details official efforts to change Uighur women’s style, which began with 2011’s ...

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