Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Tim Cook: iOS 11 and ARKit launch ‘a day to remember,’ iPhone X ‘a...

In case there wasn’t enough hype surrounding iOS 11’s public release today, Apple CEO Tim Cook went on “Good Morning America” to make sure...

Report: Housing affordability a statewide crisis and Bay Area prices soar again — up...

The market for available homes is down across the state of California, as prices surge and the affordability crisis becomes a statewide concern. The...

Tech’s latest attack on Trump: Investors sue over International Entrepreneur Rule

In the tech’s latest hit on President Donald Trump, a group of the industry’s leading investors is suing the administration over its suspension of...

Off topic: ’60 Minutes’ book, ‘liar’ origins, must-read short story, seeing colors

An excerpt from an upcoming book: “Fifty Years of 60 Minutes.” Its origin stories are lies: Where did “liar, liar, pants on fire” come...

Apple Pay Cash not part of iOS 11 release on Tuesday, will arrive later...

Apple Pay Cash, the new mobile payment system from Apple, will not be part of the iOS 11 update set for release on Tuesday....

‘Troll’ gets new definition just in time for Trump’s Hillary Clinton tweet

Merriam-Webster has added a couple of hundred new words or definitions, and one of its updates is to the word “troll.” “Frequently (but not...

Ad industry to Apple: ‘Deeply concerned’ about Safari’s new ad-tracking restrictions

The upcoming iOS 11 is winning plaudits in anticipation of its public reveal on Tuesday, but one group is not happy with Apple’s updates...

Waymo tries to tap the brakes on high-profile self-driving car case

Those of us anxiously waiting to tune into the Silicon Valley trial of the year — Waymo v. Uber — may have to wait...

Off topic: Massive QR code, cash aid to the poor, how old is zero,...

Scan this: Chinese village constructs a giant QR code made of 130,000 trees. A look at an experiment to give cash aid to the...

Equifax purges high execs, including security chief with two music degrees: reports

Beleaguered Equifax, the credit-reporting company that let criminals access Americans’ most-sensitive personal information, has turfed two high executives as a result of the data...

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