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I’ve never heard anyone respond to financial hacking by saying, Just don’t use online banking. That’s what you get for using credit cards.
Each time you pay, Apple sends over a one-time code. If your iPhone is lost you can suspend all payments. No need to cancel card.
iPhone 6/6 Plus also has a barometer, which measures elevation.
.@markgurman's multi-part series on Apple PR is good. (Haven't read the whole thing though, so maybe not.) http://9to5mac.com/2014/08/29/part-1-apple-events-and-shredded-white-booklets/ …
Apple's profits ($13 billion) exceeded Google's entire revenue ($10.6 billion).
Buying 6000 rounds of ammo online: Legal. Buying last week's episode of Breaking Bad: Not legal, $150k fine.
I loved the twist ending in Gone Girl, where you find out that actually, it’s about ethics in gaming journalism.
Soon every cop may wear a camera. And that could radically improve how police interact with us. My @nytimes column. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/21/technology/personaltech/police-cameras-can-shed-light-but-raise-privacy-concerns.html?ref=technology …
Twitter is amazing. The way news is amplified here to ricochet across the rest of the media is transformative.
My favorite reader comments follow this logic: "I see your data but reject it on the basis of my personal anecdote."
"About 100 of the 298 people killed at the Malaysia Airlines crash were heading to a major AIDS conference," http://m.smh.com.au/national/crash-claims-top-aids-researchers-heading-to-melbourne-20140718-zuaw3.html …
The iPhone bending story is a perfect illustration of what's wrong with tech media today.
Thw future is here. It's just not legal. http://www.wired.com/2014/10/tesla-reveals-details-big-model-d-announcement/?mbid=social_twitter … pic.twitter.com/bSPHuPVp9j
I write about technology for the New York Times. Anyone can DM me. I prefer DM PR pitches. email@example.com
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