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The best liquid lipstick on the market only costs $9 and it lasts all day – Insider – INSIDER

Maybelline’s SuperStay Matte Ink Liquid Lipsticks are sold in a variety of shades, from bright reds to muted pinks.

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Hackers can eavesdrop on mobile calls with $7,000 worth of equipment – Ars Technica

VoLTE calls were supposed to be more secure. A fatal flaw can unravel that promise.

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The emergence of mobile voice calls over the standard known as Long Term Evolution has been a boon for millions of cell phone users around the world. VoLTE, short for Voice over LTE, provides up to three times the capacity of the earlier 3G standard, resulting in high-definition sound quality thats a huge improvement over earlier generations. VoLTE also uses the same IP standard used to send data over the Internet, so it has the ability to work with a wider rang…

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Apple reportedly launching subscription bundles with new iPhones this October – The Verge

Apple is planning to unveil a series of subscription bundles alongside new iPhones this October, according to a report from Bloomberg. The company has been increasingly focusing on growing its services revenue as smartphone sales plateau. Offering subscriptio…

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Bundles would include news, music, TV, and a new fitness service
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Apple is planning to unveil a range of subscription bundles alongside its new iPhones this October according to Bloomberg. Internally, the bundles are being referred to as Apple One, though thats not necessarily the name they will launch under.
A number of different tiers will be available, starting with a basic combo of Apple Music and Apple TV+, while more expensive bundles will add Ap…

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Researchers discovered significant vulnerability in Amazon’s Alexa | TheHill – The Hill

Researchers at cybersecurity provider Check Point uncovered a flaw in Amazon’s Alexa vi…

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Researchers at cybersecurity provider Check Point uncovered a flaw in Amazons Alexa virtual assistant that left owner’s personal information vulnerable before it was patched in June.
The researchers detailed the vulnerability in a report released Thursday, saying potential hackers could have hijacked the voice assistant devices using malicious Amazon links.
Once those links were clicked, hackers would be able to install or remove “Skills” essentially apps from Alexa devices.
They would also b…

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