Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview with MSNBC and Recode on Wednesday that Silicon Valley, and notably Facebook, should be far more careful with its customers' data in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica disclosures. "I think the best regulation is no regulation, is self-regulation," he said, according to Recode. "However, I think we’re beyond that here." Cook … [Read more...] about Tim Cook says Apple’s customers are not its product, unlike Facebook
March 27, 2018 - Written By Daniel Golightly HTC’s Vice President of Product Management, Mo Versi, took to Twitter today to announce his departure, following 8 years with the Taiwanese company. Although the role demands much more than public relations, the executive was most widely known for letting owners of the brand’s smartphones know when an update was in … [Read more...] about HTC Says Goodbye To VP Of Product Management Mo Versi
On April 17, the FCC will vote on an proposal to stop U.S. phone carriers from using federal funds to buy Huawei or ZTE products or services, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced today. The proposal is an effort to stop small and rurally-focused carriers from using inexpensive but potentially security-compromised networking gear in their upcoming 5G networks. Under the … [Read more...] about FCC plans to ban U.S. carriers from using federal money to buy Huawei or ZTE gear
The Xbox One controller is fantastic. Its design is perfect, and often even the PlayStation crowd can be heard longing for Sony to replicate it. The offset analog sticks are more comfortable to use than Sony's side-by-side config, and the overall shape and feel of the Xbox One controller is hard to beat. But while Microsoft has perfected the design, the build quality is a … [Read more...] about Is the Xbox Elite Wireless controller worth the extra money?
According to insiders, Apple is set to announce an upgraded version of its cheapest $329 iPad tomorrow, as well as a new iPhone X color to "restore sales." Both rumors make sense, as tomorrow's event seems to be tailored to the education market, where cheap Chromebooks are the bully that takes Apple's lunch money in schools, so a new, souped-up version of the iPad … [Read more...] about Apple may announce new cheap iPad, and Product RED iPhone X