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This pricey gadget could sniff out uninvited AirTags to keep you safe

Small cybersecurity firm Berkeley Varitronics Systems (BVS) may soon have a solution to the Apple AirTag stalking problem through its BlueSleuth-Lite detector. It works by detecting “all major BLE (Bluetooth…

GitHub is bringing passkey support at last

After its beta trial, GitHub has now announced the general availability of passkeys for all users. In its blog post, the repository said that the implementation is part of its…

the rise and fall of the best and worst weather app ever.

At the end of this year, Dark Sky—the popular, sleek, sometimes accurate weather app—will go dark, its various components ambiguously incorporated into Apple’s revamped weather forecasting tool. The app was…

Unpopular Windows 11 Start menu change could be back in the cards

Windows 11 speculation has once again turned to the topic of personalized recommendations within the Start menu, and it seems that a feature which Microsoft discarded may be back on…

Chinese gov’t hackers exploiting new Atlassian vulnerability, Microsoft says

Hackers linked to the Chinese government are exploiting a recently-discovered vulnerability affecting an Atlassian product, according to Microsoft. In a notice on Tuesday evening, Microsoft said it has seen a…