iOS app Android app More

Plugged In: The Best Tech Writing Of The Week

The Huffington Post     First Posted: 04/30/11 08:01 AM ET   Updated: 06/29/11 06:12 AM ET

Fire up Instapaper! Here are our 5 essential tech reads for the week of April 24th.

This week, we've been enjoying pieces on warrantless searches of smartphones, Apple's weaknesses, the best weather apps for the iPhone, the newly updated Nook Color, and a fascinating history of the Apollo spacesuit.

This post is part of a new weekly series from HuffPostTech, Plugged In, that will recap the best tech writing of the week. If you've got any favorites, let us know on Twitter at @HuffPostTech.

 
Find a picture, click the participate button, add a title and upload your picture
1 of 6
"Now, there is no strongbox of money, but my iPhone does have a permanent connection to Wells Fargo. My medicine and health records are not sitting in my home but I do have a Providence Health app. My email is my correspondence. As the technology has progressed, it has enabled us to shrink the home and carry it around in our pocket. The capability of our technology to miniaturize cannot therefore also minimize constitutional protections." The Atlantic's Alexis Madrigal digs into the law's view of data-rich smartphones.
"Now, there is no strongbox of money, but my iPhone does have a permanent connection to Wells Fargo. My medicine and health records are not sitting in my home but I do have a Providence Health app. My email is my correspondence. As the technology has progressed, it has enabled us to shrink the home and carry it around in our pocket. The capability of our technology to miniaturize cannot therefore also minimize constitutional protections."
The Atlantic's Alexis Madrigal digs into the law's view of data-rich smartphones.
Total comments: 10 | Post a Comment
1 of 6
Piece
Bad
Great

  • 1

  • 2

  • 3

  • 4

  • 5

  • 6

  • 7

  • 8

  • 9

  • 10
Pieces
loading...
Users who voted on this slide
loading...

FOLLOW HUFFPOST TECH