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Finally stronger more secure wi-fi is here and it's much harder to hack.
The new wireless standard WPA3 is appearing in newly manufactured routers and devices approved by the wi-fi alliance.
All their hardworking get the update, but it's up to the device maker to roll out a software patch.
The last update to WPA was all the way back in 2004.
Tees back a Google's IO Conference.
New features to the company's maps app starting to roll out.
The first set of updates revolve around the Explore tab and its recommendations for events in a specific area.
Nassau now suggests places to visit and eat at, as well as, display trending areas, stores, and restaurants.
And, finally, HBO.com is now blocked in China as a response to a recent episode of the network's Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.
In it, Oliver poked fun at Chinese President Xi, comparing him to Winnie the Pooh and mocking him for extending his own presidential term.
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