Apple denies Chinese surveillance claims, Microsoft pulls Windows 10 update
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Apple has told Congress it's seen no signs it was targeted by Chinese surveillance microchips following Bloomberg reports Apple servers were compromised by Chinese company Supermicro.
According to Reuters Apple wrote to Congress on Sunday saying its security tools are continuously scanning for malicious activity, but nothing was ever found.
Bloomberg allege both Apple and Amazon were targeted by Supermicro, but all three companies have denied the report.
Microsoft has stopped rolling out its latest Windows 10 update after some users reported it was deleting files, images, and videos from their devices.
On its support page Microsoft said it has paused the rollout of the update in order to investigate the isolated reports.
And finally SpaceX has landed its falcon 9 rocket back on land in California for the first time.
The block five falcon 9 rocket lifted off from the Vandenberg Air Base on sunday night, landing a short time later on a nearby landing pad Residents on the west coast were warned to prepare for sonic booms during the land attempts.
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