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Tim Cook responds to a customer about the future of the Mac Mini, and the latest iPhone X updates.
Some companies already have updates to fix the Wi-FI flaw available, but others say it'll take a few weeks.
If you thought your protected Wi-Fi was safe, think again. Nearly all devices are affected by the new KRACK exploit.
The biggest stories in tech include a flaw in a Wi-Fi security protocol that makes countless devices vulnerable and Nintendo reportedly looking to expand what kind of games you can play on the Switch.
A weakness in Wi-Fi-connected devices could expose you to nearby hackers. Here are answers to your questions about that.
The company has a fix for the vulnerability in beta now.
Smart devices and appliances, everything from your refrigerator to your television, are ideal targets for hackers thanks to the KRACK exploit.
A weakness in the WPA2 protocol places virtually all wireless-enabled devices at risk. Google says it will patch its Android gadgets in "the coming weeks."
A weakness discovered in WPA2 encryption affects almost every Wi-Fi device. Unless the flaw is patched, hackers could potentially spy on everything you do online.
We talk about KRACK, a new vulnerability found in a majority of Wi-Fi hotspots, and dish about 5G.
The weakness was found in the WPA2 security protocol used by almost every modern phone, computer and router.