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Saturday, November 1, 2014
Checked 8:55 AM; Last Updated 8:20 AM CDT; 13:20 GMT


  • "Mobile Payments Is Shaking Up Finance - What Will Apple Pay Do?" Forbes 8:16 AM
  • "Why Apple's Tim Cook was right to come out publicly: The news that Apple CEO Tim Cook is homosexual may not come as a surprise, but that doesn't detract from the bravery and importance of his announcement, writes Chris Mandle"  Telegraph 8:18 AM
  • "Apple designer Jony Ive picks up 2014 Bay Area Treasure Award" Digital Spy 8:19 AM
  • "Apple Pay Moves World Closer to Mobile Payment Acceptance: The World Is Gradually Adopting Mobile Payments, But Complete Card Replacement 'Unlikely', MasterCard Says" [Paid Membership Required] 10/31
  • "Following the launch of Apple Pay, Juniper Research thinks NFC will finally be a success/Summary: For the past decade, NFC (Near Field Communications) has promised much and delivered little. But Juniper Research predicts that Apple Pay will now drive market adoption..." ZDNet 10/31
  • "Apple says it may lose Irish tax break: Apple says it is at risk of being hit with a higher tax rate and back taxes as European regulators investigate its tax affairs in Ireland."  CNNMoney 10/31
  • "Amid EU probe, Apple flags Irish tax impact to investors" ZDNet 10/31
  • "Reaction to Apple CEO announcement that he's gay" CBS News 10/31
  • "Apple's Tim Cook says he is gay. Here's a reminder that not everyone is pleased."  Washington Post [Free Registration Required] 10/31
  • "Why Tim Cook's 'Proud to Be Gay' Essay Means So Much to the Workplace" Wired 10/31
  • "Police can require cellphone fingerprint, not pass code: A Circuit Court judge has ruled that a criminal defendant can be compelled to give up his fingerprint, but not his pass code, to allow police to open and search his cellphone."  The Virginian-Pilot 10/31
  • "U.S. court rules that phone passcodes are protected by the 5th Amendment, but fingerprints aren't" 9to5Mac 10/31
  • "Court rules cops can demand fingerprints, not passcodes, to unlock smartphones" Macworld 10/31
  • "Virginia police can now force you to unlock your smartphone with your fingerprint" ZDNet 10/31
  • "Apple Watch starts countdown on face off with Swiss industry" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 10/31