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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, July 14, 2019


  • "Should Apple make an Apple Books e-ink reader to take on Amazon's Kindle?" 9to5Mac 8:42 AM
  • "Cassandra -Weekend Review: Fall Technology, Sigma Surprise, Life mirrors Art" eXtensions 7:50 AM
  • "Editorial: Manufacturers, it's time to put more USB-C ports on chargers" AppleInsider 7/13
  • "The End of iTunes: Apple's New Mac Media Strategy Explained/Apple isn't really killing iTunes as much as setting it free." iMore 7/12
  • "Apple's AR smart glasses may have been cancelled" GearBrain 7/12
  • "Apple's AR glasses may be coming sooner than we think" Computerworld 7/12
  • "If iGlasses are truly on ice, Apple's 2020 will be dull but lucrative" VentureBeat 7/12
  • "Back to school 2019: should you choose Apple's Mac or an iPad" AppleInsider 7/12
  • "Apple's Mac Lineup Finally Make Sense" iPhone Hacks 7/12
  • "Why absolutely everyone should be concerned about facial recognition" Mashable 1:28 PM
  • "The End of the Free Internet Is Near: The idea that the internet should enjoy minimal government oversight precisely because it was a technology that enabled open and free speech for everyone has been turned on its head." Reason 7/13
  • "The FTC's $5 billion fine for Facebook is so meaningless, it will likely leave Zuckerberg wondering what he can't get away with" Business Insider 7/13
  • "The Toxic Potential of YouTube's Feedback Loop" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7/13
  • "AT&T Does the Obvious Thing Its CEO Said It Wouldn't Do and Restricts Its Valuable Media Properties" Pixel Envy 7/12
  • "How the biggest decentralized social network is dealing with its Nazi problem" The Verge 7/12
  • "The AI technique that could imbue machines with the ability to reason: Yann LeCun, Facebook's chief AI scientist, believes unsupervised learning will bring about the next AI revolution." MIT Technology Review 7/12
  • "The best foldables are going to be widescreen: Because no one wants to watch YouTube on a square" The Verge 7/12