As a Scuba diver, I would gladly trust my life to the Apple Watch. Here’s why.

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Earlier today I wrote a piece about Apple Watch Ultra’s new Scuba diving feature, and a lot of folks came out of the woodwork to tell me they wouldn’t trust a ‘dive toy’ to keep them safe under water. I respect their opinion, but I figured I’d share why I feel fully comfortable trusting Apple […]

As a Scuba diver, I would gladly trust my life to the Apple Watch. Here’s why. by Haje Jan Kamps originally published on TechCrunch

Go plug yourself, Apple, can we please just have USB-C on the iPhone already?

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As part of the Hardware team here at TechCrunch, I love me a good Apple event, and this one was, er, eventful. I’m an active human who loves Scuba diving, so the Apple Watch Ultra seems like an underwater match made in heaven. The new iPhone Pro’s cameras and the fact that Apple has been […]

Go plug yourself, Apple, can we please just have USB-C on the iPhone already? by Haje Jan Kamps originally published on TechCrunch

Do we really need a $340, Wi-Fi enabled toaster?

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If you’ve heard of Tineco, it’s probably because the 24-year-old company has been making vacuums and hair dryers for a hot minute. The company’s next product is a $339 toaster that connects to your Wi-Fi network and can toast your toast with science and precision, and makes me wonder if there’s any device in our […]

Touch ID forever, Face ID never

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Apple has, thank god, deigned to continue to offer a budget ticket into its planet-spanning luxury funhouse: the iPhone SE 3. If they discontinued this useful item, I’d have to switch to an iPad or back to Android, since the only alternatives have both an ugly notch and the Face ID it contains. Fortunately the […]

To protect consumers, Congress should secure the app store supply chain

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Michael Chertoff Contributor Share on Twitter Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff is the author of “Exploding Data: Reclaiming Our Cyber Security in the Digital Age” and executive chairman of the Chertoff Group, a security and risk-management firm with clients in the technology sector. The Open App Markets Act, a bill that would, among many…

Please make a dumb car

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Today’s cars are dumb where they should be smart, and smart where they should be dumb. Enough already. Make a car that’s pretty much all dumb and watch it sell — because what automakers are giving people is so bad, they’ll pay more to have less of it. Cars now are like budget smartphones with […]