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This morning we're serving up Apple updates, some information on Elon Musk's next big tunnel plan and a check-in on a very long Martian road trip.
This photo, Single Atom in an Ion Trap, just won the grand prize in the UK's Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) science photo and imaging contest.
Remember that single character message that's capable of crashing chat apps on Apple devices? As promised, updates are now available for macOS, iOS, tvOS and watchOS that fix the issue and allow you to communicate using Telegu (a language native to India) in peace.
It's preliminary, but this time he has it in writing.
At this week's Toy Fair, Spin Master is debuting its first motion-controlled Air Hogs model, the $40 Supernova. It's not quite DJI's Mavic Air, but it still has some sweet moves to show off in a kid-friendly form factor.
Google's Project Zero team found a bug that would let hackers bypass the Edge browser's security features and place malicious code within the memory of the target computer. It notified Microsoft of the issue 90 days ago and, following its policy, has now made its finding public. The only problem? Microsoft hasn't put out a patch to fix the problem yet.
But wait, there's more...
- The WyzeCam gets a smarter sequel that still costs only $20
- Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus dual cameras detailed in latest leaks
- What's on TV: 'Thor: Ragnarok,' 'Metal Gear' and 'Walking Dead'
- Hasbro's first HasLab toy is a replica of Jabba the Hutt's barge
- A new form of light could power next-gen quantum computers
- NASA's Opportunity rover sees its 5,000th day on Mars
- Amazon backs Marie Curie biopic starring Rosamund Pike
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