What it’s like to use Apple Pay out in the world.
There will be new iPads…and…uh, maybe something else.
“When you give your login credentials to a third-party application, you’re allowing a developer, and possibly a criminal, to access your account information and send information,” the company said in a blog post today.
“My friend says it’s a goldmine,” one AnonIB user writes.
“We apologize for inconveniencing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users who were impacted by the bug in iOS 8.0.1,” Apple said in a statement Thursday.
STOP SITTING ON YOUR HUGE DANG PHONES, PEOPLE!
But it is a whole lot more secure.
Longform.org’s new reading app wants to give you a sanctuary from your endless feed (and maybe change your browsing behaviors too!).
New things to buy and new ways to buy them! Oh my!
Bryan Hamade’s brother, Andrew, tells BuzzFeed his family has not been contacted by law enforcement. “It’s a massive misunderstanding.”
Security researchers say Apple may not be directly at fault in what some have called an “iCloud leak.” Key new features depend on a safe and secure cloud. Update: Apple says there is no wide iCloud breach.
Bryan Hamade, a 27-year-old from Georgia, told BuzzFeed his scheme to make some easy bitcoins backfired and that now he’s being harassed by 4chan users.
Breaking news and the social web, all in one day.
Blame the algorithms — or the users.
Your feed doesn’t have to be sacred.
Lessons from the Global Town Square™