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Laurent Haug's newsletter, issue 5

In this week's edition: tech companies need to learn to balance privacy and profits, Google moving in

Laurent Haug

March 14 · Issue #5 · View online
News and thoughts on society's ongoing transformation.

In this week’s edition: tech companies need to learn to balance privacy and profits, Google moving into the physical world, non-banks eating banks’ lunch, robots turning against their masters, “life-extension ennui” and the diseases of the future, a fire-powered phone charger, and more. Have a great read, wishing you all a superb week ahead.

Apple will not see your data [applause from the audience]
Apple's releases medical research app, says it won't look at data
The CIA Campaign to Steal Apple's Secrets
Tech companies need to learn how to balance privacy and profits
They're coming for us!
Robot vacuum cleaner 'attacks' South Korean housewife's hair
Robot Attack Of Swedish Man Leads To Fine For Company
Diseases Of The Future
Pee-powered 'green' toilet to light up refugee camps
Google opens first ever Google Shop in London
Another Newspaper Paywall Bites The Dust
Banks vs the world
Non-bank lenders could soon own 7% of the US banking system's profits
How are banks reacting to FinTech?
The Economist saying global banks are in "a world of pain"
Apple launching a wealth management app
News from the digital world
The Apple Watch is time, saved
World First launches currency exchange app for smartwatch
Google wants to rank websites based on facts not links
The tech opportunity luxury brands are missing
Startups & tools
BetterWorks, goal setting software for the Enterprise
Google Calendar for iPhone
This week's link for parents
How not to raise a narcissist
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