The Decades-Of-Failures Edition Sunday, May 28, 2017

Apple’s Needleless Blood Sugar Tracker Has An Uphill Battle In Front Of It, by Rachel Becker, The Verge

Rumors are flying that Apple is developing some kind of wearable that would continuously track the user’s blood sugar without breaking their skin. For people with diabetes, this would be a huge improvement over the somewhat invasive or downright painful options they currently rely on. But experts warn that if the rumors are true, Apple will be facing a scientific and technological battlefield littered with decades of other companies’ failures.

Apple Park 3D Models, Walkways, More Show Up In Apple Maps, by AppleInsider

Apple Park data now includes a comprehensive "Map" view with highly detailed 3D building models, roads running into and out of the campus — complete with traffic directions — pedestrian walkways and more.

Here’s What You Missed At The Opening Of Apple Orchard Road, by Elissa Loi,

If the line experienced occasional pauses, it would be because people were taking photos and videos with the obliging staff. People also walked away with special Apple Orchard Road tees which are already being hawked on Carousell for S$50 and up. Is this why we can't have nice things? Probably.

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