This week, at Apple‘s WorldWide Developer Conference, Apple rolls out new updates for Macbooks, OSX, iOS 7, and a new Mac Pro! Also at E3, we find out more about the XBox One, the PS4, and all the great games you’ll be playing on them. Plus Google buys Waze, and cloud storage with real clouds!
This week, we have a ton of Apple news, including revealing evidence uncovered in the ongoing Apple/Samsung trial, and how one tech reporter’s online identity was demolished as a result of a social engineering hack on Apple & Amazon tech support.
Plus, Starbucks invests $25 million — and their entire paypoint infrastructure — in Square payments.
This week, Dwayne DeFreitas and Andrew Sorcini examine social media’s reaction to the tragedy in Aurora, plans to relaunch Digg, why a Google or Facebook buyout of your favorite startup means it’s probably toast, Nexus 7‘s overwhelming demand, Marissa Mayer‘s big question, Apple‘s Mountain Lion launch, Apple vs. Samsung (again), and why you’re going to need all new dock connectors for your Apple devices.
This week, The Drill Down team and VentureBeat writer Sean Ludwig take a look the science of habit formation and how retailers and other businesses are leveraging that data to finely tune their marketing focus. Later, we look at how Google bypassed privacy settings in Apple‘s Safari and Microsoft‘s Internet Explorer to track users web browsing.
But first, the headlines…Facebook launches verified accounts and pseudonyms, Apple delivers new version of OS X to developers,Â Foxconn hid underage workers before Fair Labor inspections, Google to sell heads-up glasses by year’s end, and Flickr gets a major makeover.