This week Marc and Riley discuss the Marriott hotel hack (it's big), an ad campaign showing how often men grope women in clubs, Japan's mandatory shutter sound on phones, Payless' publicity stunt that fooled influencers into thinking it was boutique, and Shaw's wonderful new internet speeds.
- LTE is faster than WiFi in 33 countries
- Amazon put unwanted sponsored products into baby registries
- The price of Netflix is going up in Canada
- Apple Music is coming to Echo devices
- Starbucks is blocking porn on its WiFi now
- iPhone 6 and 6S battery replacements are going up January 1, so get yours done now.
- Marriott Database Hack Exposes Details of 500M Guests | PCMag
- Oglivy's smart dress shows how often women are groped at clubs — Quartzy
- Japan's noisy iPhone problem
- Payless marked up discount shoes to $600 at luxury event 'Palessi'
- Shaw doubles speeds of its top internet plans in Western Canada
- Mobile broadband is faster than Wi-Fi in 33 countries - The Verge
- Amazon put unwanted sponsored products in customers’ baby registries - The Verge
- Netflix Canada increases monthly subscription prices
- Apple Music is coming to Echo devices next month - The Verge
- Starbucks says it’ll block porn on its public Wi-Fi next year - The Verge
- Apple will stop offering $35 battery replacements by January 1st, 2019