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Apple Card: How to track and manage Daily Cash rewards News 

Apple Card: How to track and manage Daily Cash rewards

While Apple Card might not be the most lucrative card in terms of rewards, where it shines is ease of use – especially when it comes to cashback. Here’s how to track, manage, and spend Apple Card cashback. All of the cashback you earn with Apple Card is deposited directly onto your Apple Cash card. You’ll get a deposit at the end of everyday, accounting for the transactions that took place and/or posted since the last deposit. That money can then be transferred to your bank account, or you can…

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A bunch of PS4 and Xbox One games are buy-one-get-one-half-off at Amazon Entertainment 

A bunch of PS4 and Xbox One games are buy-one-get-one-half-off at Amazon

Amazon’s latest video game promotion is a BOGO deal, taking half off a select PlayStation 4 or Xbox One title when you buy another game from the selection. There’s a wide variety of games included in this sale, from beloved classics to some of the best new games of 2019. There are even some pre-orders thrown in (and a few Moleskine notebooks for some unknown reason). Of note is No Man’s Sky, which is getting a huge new update later this week. It’s currently on sale for $26, which will…

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New Version of Blood Test Can Predict Heart Attacks, Strokes Years Before Symptoms News 

New Version of Blood Test Can Predict Heart Attacks, Strokes Years Before Symptoms

Blood tests are widely used to help doctors diagnose heart attacks after a patient experiences symptoms. Now researchers recently found a more sensitive version of one test that may predict the chances for heart attack or stroke years in advance of any signs of cardiovascular disease. It’s called the high-sensitivity troponin I test. The blood test was examined as part of an Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) study designed to investigate the causes and clinical outcomes of atherosclerosis, or clogged arteries. More than 15,000 middle-aged men and women were enrolled…

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Google Hackers Found 10 Ways to Hack an iPhone Without Touching It Technology 

Google Hackers Found 10 Ways to Hack an iPhone Without Touching It

While the iPhone is one of the most secure consumer devices on the market, it’s certainly not infallible. Security researcher Ian Beer drove that point home just about a year ago when he found 30 different iOS vulnerabilities while working for Project Zero, Google’s team of elite hackers tasked with finding vulnerabilities in competitors’ (and Google) products. Project Zero has returned with a new report by researcher Natalie Silvanovich highlighting 10 new ways that the iPhone can be covertly compromised by hackers. Silvanovich and fellow Project Zero researcher Samuel Groß…

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US government quietly kills autonomous vehicle committee News 

US government quietly kills autonomous vehicle committee

The Department of Transportation’s Advisory Committee on Automation in Transportation (ACAT) hasn’t been active since it was formed in 2017. And it won’t be active anytime in the future, because according to The Verge, the administration has quietly killed it without even telling its members. Under President Obama, the DOT enlisted several big-name players from the transportation industry to become part of the group. The list includes Captain “Sully” Sullenberger, Apple VP Lisa Jackson, Waymo CEO John Krafcik and Lyft co-founder John Zimmer. However, the committee was formed at the…

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