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Thursday, February 11, 2016
Checked 4:45 AM; Last Updated 9:00 PM CST; 03:00 GMT


  • "The iPhone Reality Distortion Field: The iPhone has not only changed the definition of success for Apple, but has altered the perception required to properly sense reality. Similar to the dynamic that exists between rivaling siblings, having the iPhone become the single-most successful consumer technology product in history has produced an environment in which every subsequent Apple product decision has failed to meet the expectations set by iPhone."  Above Avalon 2:29 PM
  • "Where does Apple go after the iPhone? If Apple expects to remain the tech powerhouse that it is, it has to be thinking and planning about what comes after the iPhone. But, how exactly do you follow the iPhone? Is VR/AR the answer?"  ZDNet 11:20 AM
  • "Here's another hint that Apple is building its own video service"  Business Insider 7:58 AM
  • "Apple bringing more of its content delivery in-house, possible preparation for streaming TV" 9to5Mac 7:58 AM
  • "New bill looks to save smartphone encryption from state bans"  The Verge 6:59 AM
  • "Bipartisan US bill sides with Apple/Google in seeking to outlaw proposed state bans on encrypted phones"  9to5Mac 7:16 AM
  • "New bipartisan bill would prevent states from weakening encryption: The bill, just three short pages in length, will prevent local legislatures from passing laws that ban encryption on a state level." ZDNet 8:19 AM
  • "7 signs Apple TV is changing television" Computerworld 9:10 AM
  • "Apple's iMessage and Wi-Fi Calling Targeted in new Patent Lawsuit" Patently Apple 11:20 AM
  • "Y'all have a Texas accent? Siri (and the world) might be slowly killing it: Voice recognition tools such as Apple's Siri still struggle to understand regional quirks and accents, and users are adapting the way they speak to compensate" The Guardian 8:59 PM