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Weekly News Recap | 2/27-3/2

“We have something you really have to see. And touch.”
By far, the biggest Apple news this week is that of next Wednesday’s event. We’re not in the rumor biz, and as Don says, we’ll know when you do—but that can’t stop us from dreaming about an all Siri-hosted event (-Dana F.), complete with a touch screen MacBook Air (-Mike D.) and an iUnicorn, a device that will be “all you want it to be always.” (-Raul D.). Join us on March 7 on our blog, Barkings! as we find out what’s new!

Read more here.

Google’s Privacy Policy Changes
Yesterday, the controversial changes to Google’s Privacy Policy took effect. There has been a lot of buzz surrounding these changes, given that they mean more data collected from users each time they search the web, something that Google views as essential to enhance the social media and overall experience on the web. Many users aren’t so sure—see what this means for you:

Read more here.
Read Google’s Privacy Policy here.
Read more on how to turn off search logging here.

Apple Named Most Admired Company
For the fifth year in a row, Fortune Magazine has named Apple the “Most Admired Company.” Fortune ranks them first in the Innovation category as well. They write, “to say it was another big year for Apple would be a gross understatement.”

Read more here.

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