iOS 11 can stop creepy apps like Uber from constantly tracking your location

As anyone who closely follows Apple can attest, the company tends to harp on user privacy whenever it touts new software features.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/06/08/ios-11-can-stop-creepy-apps-like-uber-from-constantly-tracking-your-location.html

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Cool commercial drones take flight in TV show 'Droned'

Science Channel’s “Droned” focuses on the growing commercial drone industry. It follows Fort Lauderdale-based customization and aerial filming company Pigeon Vision as they design drones for famous clients and showcase various uses of the technology.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/08/04/cool-commercial-drones-take-flight-in-tv-show-droned.html

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Apple heads for home: Why HomeKit may not bring an 'iLight' or 'iLock', but a new Apple TV

As follows any new announcement from Apple, the world’s most secretive consumer electronics company, the days since the the unveiling of HomeKit — Apple’s new “smart home” platform — have been filled with rumors and speculation about where it might go. AppleInsider now steps back and took a look at the most likely scenario.



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Are We There Yet? The Long Road to the CRM Revolution


They say you must walk before you can run. It follows that you should crawl before you walk. In CRM, however, there are a lot of businesses that talk at great length about wanting to run even though they haven’t mastered crawling yet. They battle with the same old problems: adoption issues; technology decisions made before business needs are identified; lack of executive buy-in. If you want to extend the metaphor, CRM-wise, they’re not running, walking or crawling — they’re lying face-down, motionless, on the floor.

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