Apple Card says no to crypto, E3 expo's major security leak
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French inventor, Franky Zapata, has successfully crossed the English Channel on his homemade hoverboard.
The board which can reached a max speed of 87 miles per hour, made the 22 mile journey from France to the UK in just over 20 minutes [UNKNOWN] shut the fame off the Bastille Day celebrations in July, patrolling the skies of Paris on his hoverboard armed with a rifle, drawing comparisons to Spider Man arch nemesis, the Green Goblin.
A security flaw on the website that he three the world's largest video game conference has exposing information of over 2000 journalists streamers and industry identities.
A spreadsheet of contact details which was not password protected was publicly available on the site listing, names phone numbers, and addresses for those registered on the media list for the 2019 conference.
The Entertainment Software Association, ESA, says it has removed the spreadsheet from the website.
And put measures in place to ensure that this does not happen again.
And finally, Apple Card.
The talker John's new credit card which begins rolling out this month won't allow card holders to purchase cryptocurrency such as BitCoin.
And in another little detail uncovered by 9to5Mac Cardholders will also be unable to use their accounts with an iPhone that's being jowl broken.
The agreement says that any unauthorized modifications would cut off access to the Apple card account.mmm Start today with the latest by visiting cnet.
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