Last week we said goodbye to Serenity and this week we welcome Susie Ochs, Macworld’s new executive editor. On our inaugural episode we discuss exactly how unwise it is to use Google Glass while driving, the bunkum behind the bendable iPhone, the private nature of the iPhone 6 models (and how it makes law enforcement unhappy), and Apple and the Smugglers Index.
- Driving with Google Glass not a good idea
- Don't bend it that way: Apple says only nine customers complained of bent iPhones
- Apple puts iPhones through the wringer to prove #Bendgate is overblown
- FBI and Police Departments Endorse Apple’s Full Device Encryption (Daring Fireball)
- Meet Ello, an ad-free social network that's proudly pro-privacy (but with caveats)
- 5 reasons why Ello isn’t the second coming of Facebook
- China cracks down on iPhone 6 smuggling
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