Apple enlists help of Cookie Monster to highlight 'Hey Siri' in new iPhone 6s ad

Article Image Apple on Wednesday shared a new iPhone 6s ad starring Sesame Street’s Cookie Monster and focusing on “Hey Siri,” a new hands-free control function introduced last year.

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Apple shares open below $100 for first time since 2014

Article Image Wall Street’s pessimistic view of the iPhone’s future continues to drag Apple stock downward, as shares of the Cupertino company opened trading below $100 for the first time in more than a year on Thursday.

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In the privacy of your own home

Last spring, as 41,000 runners made their way through the streets of Dublin in the city’s Women’s Mini Marathon, an unassuming redheaded man by the name of Candid Wueest stood on the sidelines wi…

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Hong Kong protesters turn to mesh networks to evade China’s censorship

The Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong, at night, with lights
The rather cramped streets of Hong Kong are currently lined with tens of thousands of people — the Umbrella Revolution. The Chinese government, as always, has blocked and censored a number of social media sites so that mainland China can’t see what’s going on in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong protesters won’t be so easily thwarted, however: They are already using a mesh networking app called FireChat, which allows the protesters to communicate freely without any kind of centralized cellular or WiFi network.

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