Apple deletes hacker-friendly apps, Netflix ups its prices, Amazon battles Etsy, the Harry Potter series lands on iBooks, Sony announces PS4 price cut, and RoBoHoN is the weirdest smartphone you’ll ever see. Apple Deletes Insecure Apps The "Apple Crap" folder containing all the apps I hate but can't delete is getting pretty full at the moment!
The prevalence of third-party apps is growing. Whether it’s for social media, email, or productivity, there are often features and benefits offered by non-official options that are not available in the official version. Of course, you need to treat third-party apps with a degree of caution — you are ultimately sharing your login credentials with a service that may not have been thoroughly vetted, or which may not have the same level of robust security measures that you’ve come to expect from the official apps.
The Cubs-Cardinals rivalry, as Buzz Bissinger once put it, is about "geography and territorial rights." If you go under the notion that the percentage of Cardinals fans in Chicago is essentially zero (if not exactly zero), you can theoretically drive south on Interstate 55 and watch that percentage