Apple Card launch expands to all US iPhone users

Apple has announced its Apple Card is available to everyone in the US starting today, expanding on the limited launch earlier this month. If you didn’t see the many signup tutorial videos provided by Apple, you can apply by opening the Wallet app on your iPhone to start. from

Stripe will pay $1 million a year to take carbon out of the air — but will it work?

Major online payments platform Stripe announced on Thursday that it’s pointing its sustainability pocketbook toward technologies that aim to capture planet-warming gases from the air and store them in the ground. from

Apple reportedly ups TV spending by $5 billion to compete with Amazon and Netflix

Apple has reportedly committed an eye-popping $5 billion dollars more to its original video content budget in a bid to better compete with Amazon, Disney, HBO, Netflix, and Hulu, according to a new report from the Financial Times. from

San Francisco’s 25-year-old FogCam shuts down this month

On August 30th, FogCam, the internet’s oldest running web camera, will air its final transmission from its perch on top of San Francisco State University. from