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Report: iOS 10 Backups Easy to Hack
A Russian company that sells software for guessing iPhone passwords discovered a vulnerability in iTunes backups.



Uber Eyes Aircraft That Can Take Off Vertically
An Uber executive sees VTOL aircraft as the next generation of urban mobility.



Senator to SEC: You Need to Investigate Yahoo Breach
Sen. Mark Warner wants to know whether Yahoo fulfilled its notification obligations.



California Law Lets Actors Remove Their Age From IMDb
After Jan. 1, sites will have to remove a person's date of birth within five days of receiving the request.



Facebook Apologizes for Blocking Palestinian Journalists
"Our team processes millions of reports each week, and we sometimes get things wrong," Facebook says.



Google's Android-Chrome OS Hybrid Inches Closer to Reality
As of last week, you can already enjoy an early taste of the OS by running Android apps on your Chromebook.






9 Tech Questions Lester Holt Should Ask at Tonight's Presidential Debate
Here are nine tech-related questions we'd like to see Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump answer tonight.



Back Online, Krebs Laments Use of DDoS Attacks to Censor Speech
Security researcher Brian Krebs has a bone to pick with those who use the tactic to silence critics.



Will You Record Your Snaps With Snapchat Spectacles?
Snapchat has developed a wearable camera, dubbed Spectacles, which arrives this fall for $130.