Would you pay for Donald Trump’s insanely pricey iPhone?

The Republican presidential frontrunner’s vow to get Apple to “build their damn computers and things in this country" would lead to unrealistically high costs for you.



CNET January 20, 2016
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Would you pay for Donald Trump’s insanely pricey iPhone?

The Republican presidential frontrunner’s vow to get Apple to “build their damn computers and things in this country" would lead to higher price tags.
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Brave browser promises faster Web by banishing intrusive ads

The new browser, a brainchild of ex-Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich, is also designed to reform online privacy.
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The mobile phone of the future will be implanted in your head

Implantable tech and driverless cars headline a number of bold predictions from a survey of 800 industry leaders.
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Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking win Luddite award as AI ‘alarmists’

The world’s most famous visionaries, including Bill Gates, are included in a “loose coalition" of experts blamed for artificial intelligence scare tactics.
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Amazon exec: Our drones will deliver in 30 minutes or less

With most Amazon items weighing less than 5 pounds, drones should be able to tote almost anything for short-distance deliveries, a company executive says.
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