Apple elitism: expanding the economic digital rift

As the years have gone by it has become apparent that Apple is primarily interested in producing upscale (and up-priced) versions of products that only an elite few can afford

Judge rules passcodes are protected, fingerprints not so much

A Virginia judge has ruled that a criminal suspect can be compelled to give up a fingerprint to unlock a device but passwords are protected by the Fifth Amendment.

More woes for GM – two dead in iPhone explosion

Two automotive engineers were killed while testing a beta version of GM's new messaging app.

The Undead PC: The Most Impressive Thing Apple Launched Was A PC

When Apple starts showcasing that the whole “PC is Dead thing” is BS you have to stand up and listen and they certainly caught my attention.

Chinese government launches cyber-attack on iCloud users

According to Greatfire.org the Chinese government has launched a man-in-the-middle attack designed to intercept user’s iCloud account usernames and passwords.

Find My iPhone saves crash victim, OnStar fails

California policeman uses Find My iPhone to locate crash victim.

iPhone 6 Not So Bendy Afterall

The iPhone 6 May Not Be So Bendable

Blackberry Passport: No Antennagate or Bendgate Here

A solid phone that doesn't have the problems that Apple has been experiencing.

Apple haters get plenty to chuckle about

There have been a LOT of glowing stories about the new iPhones and iOS 8 but there have also been a number of stories that have a lot of anti-Apple folks chuckling.

Why do people have so many phones?

There are dozens of articles talking about iPhones these days and at the end of each article there are a slew of comments from all sorts of people who apparently own multiple phones.

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