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No, Apple is not Listening to You through FaceTime

Earlier this week, reports broke that Apple’s popular video call service - FaceTime - had a software bug that allowed any user to hear and see the video and audio of the person that they were calling, even if that person had not answered. Reporting sparked concern into iOS users, and some reports even claimed Apple was using this bug to spy on its user base. What is this bug? Is it fixed and do I need to be worried? Those are all great questions!

Let’s dive in.

Tesla Begins Manufacturing Dual-Motor Model 3s

Since Tesla began rolling their Model 3 off the production line there have been a number of production challenges, set-backs, and delays causing uncertainty in the electric vehicle manufacturer’s ability to produce an affordable, mass-produced electric vehicle. With production finally ramping up, Tesla seems to be working to silence their critics with this new announcement.

Apple Set to Give Users More Control Over Battery Slow Downs

Late last year Apple confirmed that they slowed performance of older devices to protect the aging lithium-ion batteries housed inside of those devices. The revelation caused an uproar and plenty of law suits around the world. Now, Apple is set to make a change. Here’s what you need to know.

What to Expect from CES: 2018

Later this week, the tech community from around the world will descend on Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show of 2018. The world will get to see the latest and greatest the tech world has to show for itself. Here’s what you can expect to hear about.