TeenSafe leaves children's data exposed, Google reportedly chasing AR
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Thousands of children and adults have had their Apple ID's and passwords leaked by teen phone monitoring app Teen Safe.
According to ZD Net, the company left its service unprotected and accessible to anyone without a password.
Exposing children's Apple ID, email addresses, and their associated passwords in plain text.
ZDNet also confirmed some address were linked to children's high schools.
TeenSafe says it is assessing the situation and will provide additional information when it becomes available.
Google could be working on a standalone augmented reality headset.
According to German news site Wind Future, Google is reportedly working with Taiwanese manufacturer Quanta on the AR headset, which is expected to include camera sensors and microphones, potentially with integration with Google Assistant.
Rival tech firms Apple and Samsung are also reported to working on similar secret AR projects.
Google has not commented on the reports.
And finally we'll soon find out just how much Samsung needs to pay Apple for illegally using its design patents.
The bash up between the tech giants have been running since 2011, with evidence in a third court trial wrapping up on Friday.
Samsung has already been found to have infringed Apple's patents.
Now it's up to an eight person jury to decide how much Samsung needs to pay.
With the verdict expected as soon as Monday.
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