18 October 2014

Marc Andreessen Says Apple Pay Freaking Out Financial Services (video)

Marc Andreessen: Apple Pay Is Freaking Out Financial Services -
Andreessen Horowitz Co-Founder Marc Andreessen discusses Apple, Bitcoin, Apple Pay, Apple TV, and Tim Cook. He speaks with “Bloomberg West” Host Emily Chang at Dreamforce 2014 in San Francisco. (Source: Bloomberg Oct 16)


ABC News

What You Missed at the Apple Event: From New iPads to Stephen Colbert
ABC News
Apple's event in Cupertino, California, today was jam packed with product announcements, a hilarious phone call with Stephen Colbert, and new details about the Apple Watch. Apple CEO Tim Cook -- who introduced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus last ...

Businessweek

Apple Looks for Big Screen Boost as IPhone 6 Hits China
Businessweek
A woman counts Hong Kong dollar banknotes as people resell Apple Inc. iPhones across from the company's Causeway Bay store during the sales launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Hong Kong, China.



CNET

Review: Macs, mobile unite with Yosemite system
Washington Post
CUPERTINO, Calif. — If you've upgraded your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8, the new software update for Mac computers will seem familiar. The Yosemite update to Apple's OS X system, available as a free download starting Thursday, adds several features to ...


USA TODAY

The Short List: Apple unveils 'world's thinnest tablet
USA TODAY
Apple's big event today shows it's obsessed with being thin. Thin is in. Apple had an event today with few surprises where CEO Tim Cook said "magical" a lot and the company made software and hardware announcements. The highlights: 1) Apple revealed ...


Wall Street Journal

Apple Pay Draws Hundreds of Banks
Wall Street Journal
Apple CEO Tim Cook discusses the new Apple Pay product during an event at Apple headquarters on Thursday. Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press. By. Robin Sidel. Robin Sidel. The Wall Street Journal. CANCEL. BiographyRobin Sidel · Robin.


Moneycontrol.com

Nadella Promises Changes After Remark Over Women's Pay
PC Magazine
In an internal memo, the Microsoft CEO called the whole debacle a "humbling and learning experience." 0shares. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Thursday again apologized for his controversial remarks last week about women and pay raises, and outlined a ...


Forbes

Gamergate And The Unbearable Maleness Of Computers
Forbes
The global toilet paper industry is booming. Total Total sales in 2012 were worth around $45 billion, a 7% increase on 2011, driven in large part by growth in Brazil and China. By contrast global revenue from apps sold on the App Store and Google Google ...


The Guardian

Google must be transparent about 'right to be forgotten' deletions, publishers say
The Guardian
Publishers have urged Google to reveal more about how it decides what information to remove from its search results under the “right to be forgotten” at a public event in London. The search company is running a series of public consultations across Europe ...


GameSpot

PS4's 2.0 Update Lets You Listen to Your Music While Playing Games
GameSpot
The system's home screen will also be improved, plus details on other features coming to PS4, Vita, and PS TV. by Chris Pereira on October 16, 2014....


CNET

Zwipe biometric card wins at Detektor International Awards 2014
Biometric Update
Zwipe announced that they are the winners of the Detektor International Award for Innovative Achievement in Access Control. The announcement comes just a few months after the Zwipe biometric card won the first annual American Sesames Award at the ...


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