Strava data raises concerns over military secrets, Samsung Galaxy S9 leaks
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The US military may have had details about operations overseas leaked by soldiers mapping their runs.
The Washington Post reported Sunday that a global heatmap from fitness tracking company Strava could reveal sensitive data about US military operations.
The map, published last November, shows historical activities from people using the Strava app.
But Australian student, Nathan Ruser, tweeted that US military bases are clearly identifiable in the images.
In a statement to the post, Strava said the heatmap represents an anonymized view of over a billion activities but excludes activities marked as private.
The Department of Defense says it is reviewing the situation to determine whether further policy is needed to ensure the safety of personnel.
Frequent tech leaker, Evan Bless, has published what he claims are the designs for Samsung's new Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.
Revealing vertically aligned dual cameras on the S9 Plus and a front display without a physical home button.
We can also expect better snaps on the S9 with Samsung teasing a reimagined camera ahead of the February 25 launch.
And finally Elon Musk is selling flamethrowers.
The billionaire opened preorders for the Boring company flamethrower on the company's website on Sunday.
According to Musk, the flame thrower is ideal for the zombie apocalypse.
It will save you back $500 and will start shipping in the spring.
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