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It’s Monday December 25th 2015 and CBS is primetime news show 60 minutes ran. What turned out to be a softball interview with Tim Cook is part of a broader look at Apple last night not much was learned. Cook predictably dodged a few hardball questions interviewer Charlie Rose had to offer so we don’t. Really know any more about whether or not Apple is say working on a car than we did before last night’s airing rose did however get access to chief design.

Guru Jony ive along with phil schiller and other notable app lights so there was some kind of sorta behind-the-scenes moments to be enjoyed but mostly it was about Tim Cook taking a. Moment to discuss privacy concerns defend manufacturing in China and absolutely categorically deny any allegations of tax fraud calling them total crap with no truth behind it. While we’d like to have seen some harder questions and more depth to the report it’s still rare to get such access to. Apple win as cook puts it the company probably has more secrecy than the CIA you can read more about the interview by hitting the link below looking for a sneaky way to integrate. Some home video security then LG has just the robot vacuum for you the company has just unveiled what it calls the home bot turbo. Plus which I mean that’s a pretty fancy name for a vacuum with a video camera on it but when you take a second to think.


Tim Cook, Apple, Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, CBS Sunday Morning, 60 Minutes, CBS NewsAbout the premise of the device that’s pretty clever the home bought turbo plus is an internet-connected advanced. Vacuum armed with not one but three camera sensors the cameras assist the vacuum and the user. In targeting must clean areas but they also allow the owner to use the bot vacuum as a sort of.

Tim Cook, Apple, Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, CBS Sunday Morning, 60 Minutes, CBS News Business NewsIncognito mobile security camera the bot can even be programmed to take pictures if unexpected motion is detected and forward them to its owner. With an alert the takeaway here is that pretty soon every appliance in our home will soon have a camera. Built-in and an internet connection meaning it’s only a matter of time until the machines take over and if you think I’m joking just wait until we start reporting from CES. Early next month you’ll see finally and this should really come as no surprise whatsoever the much-hyped star wars the force awakens had one hell of a record-breaking. Weekend episode 7 raked in an estimated 238 million over.

Tim Cook, Apple, Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, CBS Sunday Morning, 60 Minutes, CBS News NewsThe weekend trouncing jurassic world which just broke the record. A few months ago at two hundred and eight point eight million internationally the film forced an additional 279 million towards Disney’s coffers bringing. The total to a whopping five hundred and 17 million bucks which wasn’t enough to beat out Jurassic world but that’s only because the force awakens hasn’t debuted in China yet anyway.

We’re pretty sure this is just the beginning of the jaw-dropping numbers because the film is receiving universal acclaim it’s even got a ninety-five. Percent rating at rotten tomatoes right now which is really saying. Something so if you’ve actually been holding out to see if the flick would flop before committing to seeing it well you might as well get. After it everyone else is and they’re loving it happy holidays Star Wars fans as always there’s plenty more to read about today’s stories and all the latest. Tech news at Digital Trends com that’s it for dt daily today we’ll see you again tomorrow.