The smartphones and other small machines that used to dominate the annual CES gadget show have been overshadowed in recent years by bigger mobile devices: namely, automobiles.
At the CES technology show, manufacturers are expected to unveil even more voice-controlled devices, as Amazon and Google make their digital assistants available on a wider array of products.
More people are getting voice-activated speakers and other smart devices for convenience and security. But doing so could also be giving hackers a key to their homes. Here are some risks to assess.
Mobile users who thought they were unaffected by the Meltdown flaw affecting Intel chips are suddenly not quite so secure. A second flaw, dubbed Spectre, affects ARM processors.
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