Apple Watches are too easy to steal and other news

What makes the Apple Watch so easy to steal? It doesn’t come with enough security. If a pick-pocket were to grab it, he can easily reset it and you’re dumb out of luck. There is no activation lock to keep someone from a major reset and taking it over.

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There were also reports of people easily drawing funds from bank accounts through refillable Starbucks accounts. Starbucks claims they weren’t hacked but rather hackers figured out users credentials and got into their accounts that way. Just another reason not to use public wi-fi.

If you are a Chrome user, there is a new plugin you can add to help you gain some more of your memory. In your browser that is. It is called The Great Suspender. I twill automatically suspend unused tabs. How many times do you have a bunch of tabs open? You can only look at one at a time. You can configure when it will suspend a tab or do it manually. All you have to do is click to reload a suspended tab. It’s worth checking out.

All Things Apple

Last week was a big week for all things Apple. They rolled out the iOS 8 upgrade, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. They also are giving the new U2 album to iTunes users for free. There was also talk about the Apple Watch. Over ten million iPhones have been purchased already since they went on sale Friday!

The iPhone 6 starts at $199 for 16GB and goes to $399 for 128GB. The iPhone 6 Plus starts at $299 and goes to $499 for 128GB. All quoted prices are with a carrier. You can get one contract-free with T-Mobile starting at $649. The Apple Watch won’t be available until 2015.

It was hard for people to get iOS 8 right away when it came out because of so many people trying to download it at one time. You also need to make sure you have around 5GB available on your device to download and install it. It adds a Health App to your homescreen where you can record your vital statistics (height, weight, blood pressure, body measurements, nutrition, etc.)

Jody Victor