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1. Apple disables Walkie Talkie app due to a vulnerability that could allow eavesdropping of the iPhone
The Walkie Talkie app on Apple Watch allows two users who have accepted an invitation to each other to receive audio chats via a "push to talk" interface reminding PTT buttons of older mobile phones.
Apple is excused for the bug and for the inconvenience of not being able to use this feature as long as a fix is made.
2. Amazon invests $ 700 million to recycle one-third of its US workforce by 2025
The stated goal of the company is to "improve the skills" of 100,000 of its employees in the United States to increase the number of jobs in demand by 2025. That's one in three American workers three.
3. Probe confirms its new investment in the hospitality sector
Sonder, which rents equipped apartments resembling boutique hotels, raised $ 225 million for a valuation of $ 1 billion north.
4. N26 launches its challenger bank in the United States
If you know N26, the product put online today will not surprise you much. Customers in the United States can download a mobile application and create a bank account from their phone in just minutes.
5. Apple pushed a silent update on Mac to remove hidden Web Server Zoom
Zoom users have criticized users following the public disclosure of vulnerabilities on Monday by Jonathan Leitschuh, in which he described how [could] forcibly attach a user to a Zoom call, with his video camera enabled, without the user's permission. "
6. OneTrust Raises $ 200 Million for $ 1.3 Billion to Help Organizations Navigate Online Privacy Rules
It's an outrageous turn for a Series A, whose valuation is just as disproportionate, but according to CEO Kabir Barday, it's because of the magnitude of the problem and the actions taken by OneTrust.
7. The future of owning a car: the car as a service
Previously, we explored different startups trying to change car purchases. But not everyone wants to buy a car. (Extra Crunch subscription required.)