After using Objective-C for decades, Apple is swaying towards its newer and safer Swift programming language. The latter is compatible with Apple’s Cocoa/Cocoa Touch frameworks and works with almost all of the Objective-C code written for Apple computing and mobile devices. This shift has not been smooth and Swift development still has some security issues.
Google Chrome has come a long way since its initial release back in 2008. Almost 60% of the users today prefer the Google-made browser. But even this fast and responsive browser has its vulnerabilities. Hackers can now eavesdrop on unsuspecting users and convert their voice to text without prior consent.