This was a big week for Apple, literally. China Mobile began to sell the iPhone this week, which is the world’s largest phone carrier. Apple is already in third place in the Chinese smartphone market. Apple also joined several other tech companies in an open letter on surveillance reform. The legal department in Cupertino won an away game in South Korea this week. Apple was cleared on charges of violating Samsung’s patents. The upcoming update iOS 7.1 had its second beta seeded to iOS developers this week.
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Stories From Around the Web
- Card sharks infect professional poker player’s laptop with a dirty RAT | Dan Goodin at Ars Technica has a story about cheating at cards going high tech.
- Trust Me (I’m a kettle) | Charlie Stross discusses the Internet of things and how weird the malware possibilities can get.
- How I introduced a 27-year-old computer to the Web | Jeff Keacher writes up how he got a classic Mac on the modern web.
- The Mystery of the Creepiest Television Hack | Chris Knittel at Vice details vintage hacking in the analog TV days.
- Homes of Classic Literature | Terry’s Fabrics in the UK creates the floor plans to the houses of classic books.