USB 3.1 will support garden variety passive cables, where the higher throughput of Thunderbolt 3 will require expensive/proprietary cables with embedded circuits (which has been true for all Thunderbolt cables since the outset). What will be interesting to see is whether Thunderbolt 3 devices are going to have backward compatibility to USB 3.1 if used with passive cables. Edit: From the Ars article linked below:
iOS allows users to turn off location tracking, etc. at the app level (Privacy -> Location Services). And this is why that's needed. "While Using" is one thing, "Always" is something else entirely. There is no valid reason for apps like these to have 24/7 location data.
Same thing with Contact data... SMH
I don't understand why people would willingly buy a car built by GM, not after the way they used their bankruptcy filing to ditch responsibility for their (known) faulty ignition switch issues.
Judge rules General Motors is shielded from pre-bankruptcy ignition switch death claims | Fox News