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MacSurfer's Archive: Thursday, February 7, 2019


  • "Senators Grill Facebook, Google, and Apple Over Invasive Apps"  Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 3:12 PM
  • "FaceTime bug: Lawmakers demand answers from Apple's CEO" Digital Trends 7:47 AM
  • "Senators want answers on Facebook and Google's controversial research apps: Letters sent to Facebook, Google, and Apple" The Verge 3:13 PM
  • "Apple puts modem engineering unit into chip design group" ["Johny Srouji, Apple's senior vice president of hardware technologies, took over the company's modem design efforts in January, the sources said. The organizational move has not been previously reported."]  Reuters 7:36 AM
  • "Apple Shifts In-House Modem Dev Team To Big Leagues As It Preps 5G Push For iPhones" HotHardware 4:27 PM
  • "Profiling Deirdre O'Brien, Apple's new head of retail"  AppleInsider 7:47 AM
  • "Apple recently hired a prominent obstetrician, signaling interest in women's health" CNBC 5:25 PM
  • "The Rise of the iPhone Auteur: Steven Soderbergh's 'High Flying Bird' is the latest movie to be filmed entirely on a smartphone. While the technique has yet to catch on en masse, its proponents talk about its democratizing and artistically liberating effects—and it could very well be the future of filmmaking."  The Ringer 9:23 AM
  • "Big Tech's (mostly) civil wars: For a few moments last week it might have looked like the tech industry's very own World War III was breaking out, as Apple briefly kicked iPhone users who work at Facebook and Google off much of their own software as part of a privacy dispute."  Axios 9:11 AM