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Sunburst recall, Apple Pay to begin, iPhone protects pedophiles

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Food to toss

Sunburst Foods is recalling all of its Sunburst, Fresh Bites, and private labeled products due to possible listeria contamination.

So far, there have been no reports of illnesses related to the products that were sold in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia.


No plastic? No problem.

Get ready to whip out your new iPhone--also known as your new wallet. All you 6 and 6+ users are well on your way to start paying for things via Apple Pay.

Walgreens has leaked information about the new payment system setting to debut the 18th. The memo was then posted by MacRumors, which is timely since plenty of big retailers, like Macy's, McDonald's, and Staples are already announcing their support for Apple Pay.

This form of secure and contactless payment will allow you to use the new iPhone's fingerprint scanner, then hold it up at the register.


Protecting evil

The FBI says Apple's new user privacy feature protect kidnappers, pedophiles, and terrorists. FBI Director, James Comey, accused the tech giant during an interview on CBS' 60 Minutes Sunday.

He claims Apple's latest encryption prevents them, or anyone other than the device's owner, from getting to information stores on phones and tablets.

In the past, Apple has been criticized for being a little too helpful when the government wants your info.


Uber fail

It seems most people who use Uber, the ride sharing service, really REALLY do not like it. The Better Business Bureau has given Uber its lowert rating: an "F".

It is partially based on more than 90 customer complaints filed with the BBB over the last year. Among the criticisms: misinformation about surcharges and bad customer service.

Uber dismisses the rating, saying customers in 220 cities use the service daily.


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