Frenzied Apathy writes: "In an interview with "The Daily Beast", Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak loves his iPhone, but admits he wishes "it did all the things my Android does". And adds "there are ways in which Android has leapt ahead of Apple.""
Frenzied Apathy writes: Two members of Congress have asked the GAO to review the FCC's approach to medical devices with wireless capabilities to ensure that the devices are "safe, reliable, and secure." The letter was sparked by a medical device hacking demonstration earlier this month at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas. At the conference security researcher Jerome Radcliffe actually hacked — live and onstage — his own insulin pump, which he relies on to subcutaneously administer multiple doses of insulin per day. Next came the medical device hardware hacking. Specifically, Radcliffe reverse-engineered the wireless commands sent from the small controller that ships with his pump, and which is used to tell the pump what dosage of insulin to administer.