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New bug gives hackers access to iPhone, iPad

A new bug gives hackers access to iPhones and iPads where there is free WiFi. FBN’s Jo Ling Kent and Eric Hippeau of Lerer Hippeau Ventures with more.

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  1. Self-destructing social media posts

    DSTRUX Founder Nathan Hecht on the company and how its program ‘self-destructs’ items and messages shared on social media.

  2. Under Armour CEO on MyFitnessPal deal

    Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank discusses what you can expect from the MyFitnessPal new dashboard and how he started Under Armour in his grandmother’s basement.

  3. Marissa Mayer’s next play

    Greycroft Partners Co-Founder Ian Sigalow discusses what Apple’s earnings means for investors and Yahoo’s spin off of Alibaba.

  4. ‘Breathometer’ detects if you have bad breath

    Breathometer Founder Charles Michael Yim explains how his device tells you if you have bad breath.

  5. Google solves real time translation?

    Venturebeat News Editor Harrison Weber on real-time translation, Google’s developer community and hosting developers phone conference ‘Project ARA.’

  6. Online Ticketing Service ‘Eventbrite’ has growing community

    Eventbrite CO-Founder & CEO Julia Hartz and Kevin Hartz on their online ticketing service.

  7. The next stage of wearables

    MOTA Co-Founder Kevin Faro shows FBN’s Liz Claman the gadgets of the future.

  8. Microsoft’s new health band

    Microsoft General Manager of New Devices Matt Barlow discusses the company’s new health band.

  9. Keep your online communications confidential

    Confide President Jon Brod on how the company’s messaging service helps consumers and businesses keep their communications confidential.

  10. Starbucks ditches Square

    Technobuffalo Executive Director of Mobile Todd Haselton on Starbucks dropping Square payments in stores.

  11. A new threat to the Apple operating system

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent on malicious software targeting Apple’s OS X and iOS users mostly in China.

  12. iPhone demand fuels Apple’s 4Q

    Wall Street Journal reporter Daisuke Wakabayashi and Estimize CEO Leigh Drogen discuss how iPhone demand speaks to the strength of their business.

  1. Pandora enthusiastic about Apple Watch

    Despite dubbing Apple as a tech ‘frienemy’ Pandora founder Tim Westergren says Apple has been one of the company’s greatest partners.

  2. Twitter to launch live streaming app Periscope

    FBN’s Ashley Webster breaks down the details of Twitter’s new live streaming app Periscope.

  3. Trade stocks for free on the ‘Robinhood’ trading app

    Robinhood Co-Founders Vladimir Tenev and Baiju Bhatt on creating the free trading app and how it works.

  4. Whistle acquires pet-tracking company, raises $15M

    Whistle CEO Ben Jacobs on the company’s new acquisition with Tagg, a new round of funding and what’s next for the company.

  5. Credit Suisse CEO stepping down

    FBN’s Ashley Webster breaks down the top business stories of the morning.

  6. Should investors follow Warren Buffett on his European investment?

    FBN’s Tracy Byrnes, Kadina Group President Gary B. Smith and Wall Street Journal MoneyBeat Reporter Paul Vigna on Warren Buffett’s European purchase, investing in European markets and this week’s winners.

  7. Morning Business Outlook: 2/10/15

    Apple launches a new system to please frustrated customers

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