This week's news include info about an Instagram data breach, an Amazon data breach, a new class-action lawsuit against Apple, and an expensive way to get access to your iPhone if you get locked out. Then we discuss whether Apple is morphing from a hardware company to a service company.
- Kirk's Hackintosh project and his Hackintosh parts list
- Kirk wrote about how much dust the Mac Pro collected back in 2014
- Instagram accidentally reveals plaintext passwords in URLs
- Apple Facing Class Action Lawsuit Over Lack of Filters in MacBooks and iMacs Causing Trapped Dust
- DriveSavers Lets Consumers Retrieve Data From Locked iOS Devices for $3,900
- Amazon warns customers it leaked their names and email addresses
- Technical foul: Amazon suffers data snafu days before Black Friday, emails world+dog
- How Apple Is Changing from a Hardware Company to a Services and Media Company
- Google Fi
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