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The New iPhone Fingerprint Sensor is Hackable

Monday, September 23, 2013

When Apple unveiled its new iPhone two weeks ago, one of the immediate questions concerned the phone's new fingerprint sensor. The sensor's supposed to automate security. Rather than typing in a password every time you unlock your phone, you just press your finger to the phone's home button. It's supposed to create a world wherein stolen iPhones are useless to thieves. But does it actually work? 

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Movies To Bring Your iPad To

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Disney's re-releasing The Little Mermaid, with a twist: they're encouraging audiences to bring along their iPads for a second-screen experience. 

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Apple's New iPhone Has A Fingerprint Sensor

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

The iPhone 5S will ship with a fingerprint sensor embedded in the home key. 

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Bar-None This is the Best Coverage of Apple's Press Event

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

PopSci's Dan Nosowitz is covering the Apple press event today from his cracked, broken iPhone 4S

 

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If you own an iPhone, the NSA is snickering at you

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Just in time for Apple's big press conference this week, Der Spiegel's reporting on slides from an internal NSA powerpoint presentation that show the agency making fun of Apple users for voluntarily participating in their own surveillance. 

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On Siri (or “Operator? I Hardly Know Her!”)

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Brian Horne assesses the complicated relationship that iPhone users have with "personal assistant" Siri and what she (it?) hearkens back to.

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A Good (and Bad) Week For Apple

Friday, January 27, 2012

For Apple, the last two weeks have been filled with praise and scrutiny. Steve Jobs was held-up as the best American business has to offer in Tuesday's State of the Union address while the New York Times reported worrying work conditions at Chinese factories that produce Apple products. Bob speaks with Wired's Steven Levy who says the bad news won't immediately change public opinion of Apple.

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