In A Nutshell: Apple’s iOS provides no mechanism for selectively denying Internet access to apps, which has resulted in the epidemic spread of app usage data tracking — when an app is launched, where, how often, and more — without disclosure or user permission.
In A Nutshell: Apple’s iOS squanders strong encryption protection through suspiciously poor implementation, rendering all devices defenseless against forensic attack. What the hell?
In A Nutshell: NASA’s fragile rover, Curiosity, is exploring Mars with no protection from atmospheric conditions or other threats. What the hell?
In A Nutshell: Google’s Android operating system is a victim of its own design and should be put out to pasture, but it hasn’t. What the hell?
In A Nutshell: Apple’s iPhone 5 strengthens the notion that lighter and thinner devices are somehow desirable. What the hell?