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Apple takes on keyless entry with iOS, coming first in BMW 5 Series – CNET

At WWDC, the technology company showed us how to add some virtual car keys to your Apple Wallet.

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Physical keys are so 2019.
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If you’re an owner of a recent Tesla, like the Model 3, chances are you’ve been enjoying the virtual key lifestyle for some time. Now, Apple wants to bring it mains…

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Google Maps’ color-coded regions let you see COVID-19 spikes near you – Business Insider – Business Insider

Google Maps also rolled out COVID-19 checkpoints, transit alerts, and transit station busyness info available in June.

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Google began rolling out a new feature Wednesday that allows app users to view relative COVID-19 case numbers as a layer in Google maps. The layer color codes areas by their 7-day average for the number of new cases per 100,000 people, and shows if cases are trending up or down.
The goal of the new feature is to help users “make more informed decisions about where to go and what to do,” wrote Sujoy Banerjee, a product manager at Google, in a blog post on Wednesday. 
The move isn’t Google’s fir…

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Epic, Spotify, and others take on Apple with “Coalition for App Fairness” – Ars Technica

An increasing chorus of developers take issue with Apple’s App Store policies.

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Enlarge/ Major developers are sick and tired of Apple’s rules and they’ve made a website about it.
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Exactly how much power app store owners should have over developers has been a contentious issue lately, and now several high-profile app developers are banding together to form the “Coalition for App Fairness.” The group describes itself as “an independent nonprofit organization founded by industry-leading companies to advocate for freedom of choice and fair co…

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One of this year’s most severe Windows bugs is now under active exploit – Ars Technica

Zerologon vulnerability lets hackers access network crown jewels almost instantly.

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One of the highest-impact Windows vulnerabilities patched this year is now under active exploitation by malicious hackers, Microsoft warned overnight, in a development that puts increasing pressure on laggards to update now.
CVE-2020-1472, as the vulnerability is tracked, allows hackers to instantly take control of the Active Directory, a Windows server resource that acts as an all-powerful gatekeeper for all machines connected to a network. Researchers have du…

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