Why the iPhone sometimes feels stuck in the past It is a story of complaints and gripes, yes, but it is also a story about why Apple’s philosophy about how it thinks the “future of computing” should work keeps making the mistakes of the past. It’s not just process, it’s layers and layers of politics. […]Read More Why the iPhone sometimes feels stuck in the past
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Scientists are racing to deploy foolproof quantum encryption before quantum computers come along that render all our passwords useless. from Forbes – Tech http://ift.tt/1SSHSQW via IFTTTRead More Will Quantum Encryption Arrive Before Quantum Computers Guess All Our Passwords?
VR Face has got to die already What started as a documentation of faces in awe seems to have swerved more towards comedy, not least of all because, almost four years later, VR still comes up short in the public eye in terms of delivering on its promise. April 16, 2016 at 09:15PM via Digg http://ift.tt/1V9U0TKRead More VR Face has got to die already
SunEdison, the world’s largest renewable energy developer based in St. Louis, is reportedly bracing for bankruptcy. from Forbes – Tech http://ift.tt/22DoBbn via IFTTTRead More Burned By The Sun: SunEdison Braces For Bankruptcy, But Why?
There may not be a mythical ‘self-destruct’ chip inside Apple’s hardware, but Cupertino has acknowledge that it believes its hardware has a definitive life span. And Apple’s target feels rather on the low side. from Forbes – Tech http://ift.tt/267ToBJ via IFTTTRead More Apple Expects Your iPhone To Expire In Three Years