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This Android Spyware Can Steal Your WhatsApp Messages
The Skygofree spyware is probably an 'offensive' surveillance product from a developer in Italy, according to Kaspersky Lab.



Chinese Consumer Group Wants Answers on iPhone Slowdowns
Apple's apology last month failed to address all the concerns, according to the Shanghai Consumer Council.



Your Wi-Fi Dropouts May Be Google's Fault
Google Cast devices are flooding your router with data every time they wake up.



Porn-Laden Gaming Apps Infiltrate Google Play
The offending apps were mainly gaming and drawing related, and were downloaded between 3 million and 7 million times, security firm Check Point finds.



Microsoft Tests End-to-End Encryption in Skype Conversations
With the help of Signal, Microsoft is rolling out a new Private Conversations feature in Skype featuring end-to-end encryption.



MacOS High Sierra Facing a New Password Bug
This new flaw isn't as serious as the MacOS High Sierra bug Apple shored up in November. Still, this isn't a good look for the Cupertino tech giant.



Intel's Chip Patch Triggers Reboots for Haswell, Broadwell Systems
The firmware updates are causing 'higher system reboots' for machines running Intel chips that were released between 2013 and 2016.



Ohio Man Charged With Creating 'Fruitfly' Mac Malware
According to the US Department of Justice, the scheme — orchestrated by Phillip Durachinsky, 28, of North Royalton, Ohio — went on for 13 years.



Kodak Says 'Hold My Beer' With Odd Cryptocurrency Bid
Eastman Kodak announces at CES that it's getting into cryptocurrency, but isn't Kodak always weird at CES?



For Truly Connected Cars, We Need to Wait for 5G
The connected car technologies at CES are amazing. But before we see most of them deployed in the real world, we'll need to see a breathing 5G network, too.