Have you ever had a bad dream of someone eavesdropping your private conversations through your browser? Yes, it may happen to be true if you are a victim of a Google Chrome bug. By taking advantage of this bug in Google Chrome, malicious sites can activate your mic on your device, and listen in on anything said around your device, even after you’ve closed those sites. Yes, Google was made aware of this bug and they have not fixed it yet. Here is how it works, A user visits a site, that uses speech recognition to offer some cool new functionality. The site asks the user for permission to use his mic, the user accepts, and can now control the site with his voice. Chrome shows a clear indication in the browser that speech recognition is on, and once the user turns it off, or leaves that site, Chrome stops listening. So ...

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Some Microsoft Surface owners are complaining that their  tablets are randomly muting and unmuting, and are blaming it on their Touch/Type cover. If your device is similarly affected Microsoft is offering an exchange at myservice.surface.com. Alternatively users can contact Technical Support first here. Is the problem wide spread? Let us know below. ...

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