Is Apple's stance on privacy a marketing strategy? The New York Times takes a side on Tim Cook's stance on privacy. A letter from the Consumer Product Safety Commission says that all hoverboards are unsafe and urged retailers to stop selling them until they could get approval from the UL, an independent safety licensing organization. Street Fighter V plays well on a console, but not on a PC. Tech market researcher Strategy Analytics released data for the fourth quarter of 2015 that shows a 5% decline in global shipments for Swiss watches, compared to a 316% increase in smartwatch shipments in the fourth quarter of 2015. And do we need a robot arm for drumming?
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- How Tim Cook, in iPhone Battle, Became a Bulwark for Digital Privacy
- Justice Department Moves to Force Apple to Help FBI Hack iPhone
- Why Apple Is Right to Challenge an Order to Help the F.B.I.
- Apple: Terrorist’s Apple ID Password Changed In Government Custody, Blocking Access
- APPLE CARES ABOUT YOUR PRIVACY, UNLESS YOU USE ICLOUD
- Yahoo is officially exploring selling itself
- U.S. government declares hoverboards unsafe
- Apple Watch Sales Estimated at 5.1 Million in Holiday Quarter, Swiss Watch Sales in Trouble
- Report: If your PC’s not up to snuff, Street Fighter V will punish you
- There’s a decent game somewhere in Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
- 'Fallout 4' Wins Big, 'Bloodborne' Snubbed At DICE Summit
- A Crazy Rig of 53 GoPro Cameras Filmed a '4D' Video of This Dude's Head
- Drummers rejoice: There’s now a robot arm for three-handed drumming