Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss how Apple's differential privacy will bring some smart features to iOS. Uber is taking the math out of surge pricing and giving it a new name, basically. Your ATM might be stealing from you, so give it a little pull before you swipe your card. The Anti-SLAPP bill should be good for Yelpers who get harrassed with meritless lawsuit after leaving a review. Finally, tunnel vision could be the key to preventing nausea that is sometimes associated with virtual reality.
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- Apple won’t collect your data for its AI services unless you let it
- Uber is trying to make you forget that surge pricing exists
- Vacationing Security Consultant Finds Stealthy ATM Card Skimmer
- VIDEO: Finding an ATM Skimmer in the Wild
- YouTube now lets you livestream right from its mobile app
- YouTube Red Buys ‘Step Up,’ Its First Big-Budget TV Drama
- Examining H.R. 2304, the SPEAK FREE Act
- Federal Anti-SLAPP Bill Introduced in the House
- Tell Your Story
- Oculus reverses course, dumps its VR headset-checking DRM
- The cure to VR sickness might come from blacking out the periphery
- Combating VR sickness through subtle dynamic field-of-view modification
- MIT AI system predicts when people will kiss, hug, or shake hands