Microsoft, Sony, and other companies still use illegal warranty-void-if-removed stickers

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Microsoft, Sony, and many other manufacturers slap on these stickers to prevent customers from servicing their own hardware. The practice is flatly illegal according to the FTC and US law — but that hasn’t stopped anyone.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/233120-microsoft-sony-and-other-manufacturers-still-use-illegal-warranty-void-if-removed-stickers

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The Wonderful, Worrisome World of Self-Driving Cars


There seem to be warning stickers for everything. There may soon be a new sticker for the autonomous car era: “Warning: Self-Driving Cars Get Hacked.” Despite all the positive news about self-driving cars, there is a darker side to this story that’s very important. It’s one that can be particularly frightening if you happen to be riding in an autonomous car when it gets hacked. When your laptop gets hacked, it’s a pain in the neck. You can’t use your computer for several days until the problem is solved and your system is restored to normal.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/83751.html?rss=1

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Apple Pay decals begin arriving with supporting merchants

Vendors who accept Apple Pay can advertise their support with new decal stickers supplied by Apple itself, which began arriving in the mail for merchants on Thursday.



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