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Apple might be getting into the smart tracing game with a report by MacRumors suggesting that company will launch tracker to compete with Samsung SmartThings and Tile.
MacRumors got to peak in iOS 13 internal build and suggest the Apple tracker will become a part of Apples.
Find my app.
Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 11 at their September 10 event in Cupertino.
And we might also be seeing a new Apple Watch where we also see the tracker seems like a fairly safe bet.
Jack Dorsey to the CEO and co founder had his Twitter account hacked on Friday.
The people responsible tweeting sexist racist an anti semitic comments.
Head of Twitter comms Brandon Borrman and confirm the account was compromised.
And Twitter later explained the sim swap attack enabled hackers to gain access to Dorsey's personal account.
The hack was short lived and Twitter confirm the account had been secured within two hours.
This of the first tweet.
And finally, the Chinese Lunar Rover on the far side of the Moon has discovered a strange gel like substance hidden within a crater.
According to a report by space.com the YouTube to rover made the discovery on its eighth exploration date back on July 28.
The substance was discovered in images being back, from the road but because of its unusual color.
And Chinese scientists aren't sure yet, what the strange substance is.
Some suggest it could be melt gloss.
But some suggested could be melt glass, caused by a meteorite impact.
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