Apple to Fix Security Flaws in Jaguar
Apple released a statement today indicating that it would release fixes to potential security flaws in Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar) revealed earlier this week. These potential flaws do not affect Panther (10.3) users.
Apple allays some concerns by stating: "Apple's policy is to quickly address significant vulnerabilities in past releases of Mac OS X wherever feasible".
Google hosted its annual I/O developers keynote at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California today, announcing multiple new products and services related to Android, search, messaging, home automation, and more.
Google Assistant is described as a "conversational assistant" that builds upon Google Now based on two-way dialog. The tool can be used, for example,...