Today’s Apple World Today News Update features a few stories about your favorite consumer electronics company:
- Dropbox adds a document scanner and other new features today, upping the utility of the cloud storage service
- Traveling to Dubai’s International Airport soon? Visit the two new Apple shops!
- Google has launched Touch ID sign-on via iPhone and iPad, using the devices and Touch ID as a second step in the company’s 2-step verification setup
- Your KFC in Mumbai or Delhi might come with a side of cables and battery packs
The text version of this podcast can be viewed below.
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