Thu, 4 June 2015
This week: don’t expect hardware… we’ll tell you why the 2015 WWDC could be one of the tamest on record. Plus: Apple pretty much confirms Apple TV will be your home’s digital hub; Facebook’s an impenetrable fortress with too much power; and the tale of a Bay Area woman who just unknowingly junked her $200,000 Apple-1 computer… whoopsie!
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This week’s links
Your mind, the pinnacle of computing power
Apple TV will be the new digital hub for HomeKit
Apple Web TV service won’t launch at WWDC
Our Facebook page has been hacked, and it’s impossible to get it back
Bay Area woman accidentally junks $200,000 Apple-1 computer