Apple invests $200 million into Corning for advanced glass manufacture in the U.S., WannaCrypt hit Windows users (but also could affect Macs with Boot Camp or virtual machines), and Siri gets crowded by Alexa and Google Assistant. Susie and Glenn talk that plus research showing an Apple Watch can detect irregular heartbeats 97 percent as well as dedicated medical equipment.
- Corning gets $200m Apple investment
- Amazon offers a 4K TV with Fire and Echo built in
- WannaCrypt doesn’t affect Macs, but Mac users should check Boot Camp and Windows virtual machines
- Apple Watch offers insight into early heart disease
- Google Assistant coming to iPhone, and Alexa app for iPhone updated
- MP3 goes off patent this year
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