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Consumer Stress On Privacy How their data is collected, and what happens then to that information, is worrying consumers says a new report from Argus Insights. Although buyers are eager to adopt IoT devices, they're still suspicious of what these products are capturing—and if the details will stay secure.
VR On Your TV HBO and Discovery are investing in OTOY—the digital graphics firm known for the reverse-aging effects on Brad Pitt in "The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button." Now OTOY is going to make "original holographic content," says its release. First up? Programming with Jon Stewart. (So that's what he left "The Daily Show" to do.)
FAA Tests Drone Traffic Control The Federal Aviation Administration is trying out a system from NASA that would let the agency see drones before potential crashed with passenger airlines. Although drones are not meant to share airspace with consumer jets, the collision between a British Airways jet and drone in London on Sunday is worrying to the FAA and others around the world.
Apple Patents Telephoto Lens Apple nabbed a new patent for a telephoto lens that would allow for high quality images, but in a small space. The lens is described as "folded," reports Patently Apple, which bends the physical parts into a 'r' shape—but inside the smartphone.