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Apple’s Touch ID rules may be designed to protect human rights

Apple’s addition of a new Touch ID restriction could be about prodding people's memories, or it could be another protection for people without legal protections.


Jumping the gun: Rumors are not plans

And rumors are no reason to start flipping tables.

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Have Gear, Will Travel: Introducing Macworld's newest column

Intrepid traveler Séamus Bellamy kicks off his column with a quest to learn Spanish using an iPhone app.


Zombie services: Apple Pay surprisingly not dead

Apple Pay killer CurrentC, on the other hand, is pretty much dead.


Car trouble: The Apple car deemed a non-starter

Doesn't matter if it doesn't exist yet.


Wait a second: The Watch is for more people than just you

Just because you don't need one, doesn't mean it's a failure.

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Reimagining the iPad's Smart Connector

The Smart Connector on the iPad Pro could do more than just connect a keyboard—couldn't it?

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How the Smart Connector could be key to an iPhone Pro

As each iPhone gets more powerful, Apple could turn the iPhone Plus into an iPhone Pro by adding one little port, a good dock, and a whole new world of expansion possibilities.


The old standards: Still playing those hated hits

Apple can't make a car because it's hard!

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The iPad Pro is a better iPad than a laptop

The Logi Create is a solid laptop-style keyboard, but the iPad Pro isn't a laptop and shouldn't try to be one.

Mingis on Tech: MacBooks are hot, trade shows are not

Executive Editor Ken Mingis, Apple expert Michael deAgonia and Multimedia Content Editor Keith Shaw check out Apple's just-updated MacBook and debate whether trade shows like Interop and CES are on their way out.

Cisco: How the Digital Network Architecture can help the network

At Interop 2016, Network World spoke with Cisco's Jeff Reed about how the company's new Digital Network Architecture will help enterprise networks with easier deployment, improving security and providing for new digital benefits.

Physical security and the Internet of Things

At Interop 2016, Network World spoke with Vince Ricco from Axis Communications about the impact of adding Internet of Things devices (sensors, video cameras, etc.) to the network. While bandwidth needs might not increase dramatically, the new devices will likely have network management needs.


Tantrums as a service: Ruining an otherwise worthwhile rant

So much fine criticism of Apple goes to waste when it gets buried in hair pulling.

What will Apple’s wireless EarPods be like?

Apple might be developing wireless EarPods for the iPhone 7. We tested Erato Audio’s Apollo 7 earphones and the Rowkin Mini to get a taste of what they might be like.

How to work with rogue users

At Interop 2016, Network World chats with John Hurley, CEO of SmartFile, about how enterprise IT departments can embrace "rogue users" and "Shadow IT" instead of shutting them down.

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8 changes that could make the iPad Pro even better

A new feature here, a software tweak there, and the best laptop replacement yet will be even more capable.

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Should you disable Touch ID for your own security?

Judges in the U.S. have ordered people to unlock their fingerprint-locked phones. Coercion by others remains an issue.