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Tech Bytes: Automation Taking Jobs, Operating System Risk

November 29, 2017 06:49 AM

In today's Tech Bytes, automation taking jobs. A new report claims automation will make 73 million American jobs obsolete over the next decade thanks to everything from robots to self-driving cars. Experts say maintaining full employment will require a major overhaul of the economy.

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Macintosh users with the High Sierra operating system may be at high risk! A security flaw in the system allows anyone to log-in without a password. The bug was made public on Twitter by a Turkish developer. Apple says it's working on a software update to fix the problem, The apple guys were once hackers themselves.

Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs developed the Blue Box in 1972 when Wozniak was in college and jobs was a high schooler. The device let them make long distance phone calls for free! It's expected to get $30,000 to $50,000 at the auction.


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