Much has been made of the so-called “sharing economy”, but a new UK-based app offering car borrowing and insurance by the hour actually makes good on the terminology.
The court order gained by the FBI to force Apple to create an encryption backdoor on the iPhone is just the latest example of legislators and judiciaries around the world being incapable of understanding the digital realm, and Apple is right to contest it.
Since the search giant launched Android in 2007, Apple and Google have been locked in a fight for market share dominance. So far, Apple has had the advantage due to its sleek designs and usability, however recent years have seen Android phones become sleeker and more aesthetically pleasing. This, paired with their higher specs, is closing the gap in the Apple vs Android fight. The real question is, who will come out top in 2015?