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MacSurfer's Archive: Thursday, January 12, 2017


General Interest/Potpourri
  • "Apple, GM, Uber, Lyft, Hyperloop & others join U.S. Department of Transportation Automation Committee that will oversee self-driving vehicles" Electrek 10:25 AM
  • "Apple SVP Lisa Jackson named as member of new US DOT automated vehicle committee" AppleInsider 10:32 AM
  • "Apple Crushed Wireless Headphones Sales in December" Investopedia 7:12 AM
  • "Gartner Says 2016 Marked Fifth Consecutive Year of Worldwide PC Shipment Decline" [Apple in 5th place with 7.5% global shipments] Business Wire 7:13 AM
  • "Siri creator Dag Kittlaus went in for a simple exam and found a pancreatic tumor" Recode 7:09 AM
  • "Original iPhone design team reunites for 10th anniversary" Cult of Mac 10:32 AM
  • "Suspected San Bernardino iPhone penetrators Cellebrite fall victim to server hack" AppleInsider 3:39 PM
  • "Today in Apple history: iPod drives profits to new heights" Cult of Mac 8:46 AM
Non-Apple News
  • "Data from wearables can predict disease" The Verge 1:08 PM
  • "This Is What Trump's CIA Pick Thinks About Encrypted Messaging Apps: Rep. Mike Pompeo says strong encryption in personal communications shouldn't be used as the basis for surveillance. But..." BuzzFeed 12:39 PM
  • "Robot kill switches & legal status: MEPs endorse AI proposal" RT 11:13 AM
  • "Amazon's Alexa ecosystem is exploding, for better and worse" Engadget 10:25 AM
  • "Ransomware: A college in Los Angeles just paid $28,000 to hackers" Digital Trends 7:01 AM
  • "Happy Hour Podcast 102 | Tesla poaches Swift creator, iPhone turns 10, & Wireless CarPlay hits CES" 9to5Mac 6:11 PM
  • "Rebound 119: The Old Codgers Show" Six Colors 2:47 PM
  • "Apple's TV Series Hunt, Pennies in Macs -TMO Daily Observations 2017-01-12" The Mac Observer 12:53 PM
  • "Interview with a hacker: Kapustkiy from New World Hackers/New World Hackers claimed responsibility for the Dyn botnet attack. One of the group's database experts explains how he attacks networks, what happens to stolen data, and the mindset of a hacker." TechRepublic 11:12 AM