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Live On-Air Security Roundup and Apple HomePod Comparisons

Here’s my Live of today’s AM/FM radio show. In it, I talk about how Twitter is tracking down Russian agents, and who they’re notifying about it. How our newer cars are absolutely spying on us. Apple HomePod vs. Amazon Echo vs Google Home Max. Two...

Let's Have an “Adult” Conversation on Encryption

Since last summer, FBI Director James Comey has been signaling his intent to make 2017 the year we have an “adult” conversation about encryption technology’s impact on law enforcement investigations. He’s probably going to get his wish, but if a new report from...

Online Attacks on Infrastructure – USB Killer 2.0: Harmless and Destroys – Even If You Don't "Live" On the Internet – Small Drones Up For Registration – NSA can break trillions of encrypted Web and VPN connections – iPhone Trick Can Extend the Life of Your Battery – Must-Have Mobile Apps and Docking Stations

Online Attacks on Infrastructure Are Increasing at a Worrying Pace Over the last four years, foreign hackers have stolen source code and blueprints to the oil and water pipelines and power grid of the United States and have infiltrated the Department of Energy’s...

Enter TV hacking – Apple TV: Future of TV – Russian ships to attack global internet – WI-FI: Device captures & identifies people behind concrete – Police seize BBC Newsnight journalist's laptop – Google Launching 20k Helium Balloons to Improve Internet Access – Agency for give GOP internal docs on climate research – No, There’s No ‘Breaking Bad’ Season 6 – PayPal: 29% Jump in Earnings – Cutting Edge Devices

Enter TV hacking — courtesy of our government! You have heard about Jailbreaking your phones to access new apps and features — well the government has now said its OK to do the same to your “Smart TV.” Once done you can install third party...