It could be a big headache for regulators.
With TouchID and tokenization, buying stuff has never been more secure in the United States. Continue reading →
The website says it staunchly rejects any request to engage in illegal or morally questionable activity. Hmmm. Continue reading →
The phone has 3-D capabilities as well as a host of other features to pull users into the company's vast retail empire.
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In the last episode of Customer Buys Gadget on the Cheap in a Parking Lot, a woman in Spartanburg, S.C. was duped with a $180 piece of wood painted to look like an iPad. Turns out lightning can strike twice. Because two women paid $250 for what they thought was a MacBook -- this time [...]
China, queen of knock-off everything (cities too!), is now home to knock-off Apple stores. The Los Angeles Times tracks down a woman who blogged about encountering these fake Apple stores. "I ... may or may not have told them that we were two American Apple employees visiting China and checking out...
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