Sticker shock over Apple's $1,000 stand, Firefox blocking cookies
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Apple released a ton of information yesterday covering all kinds of software updates, new features, and even some surprising announcements at it's WWDC key note.
But perhaps one of the most overlooked reveals was the pro-display XDR's crazy expensive specialized monitor stand.
Coming in at $1000 it features an adjustable height and rotating into functionality all in a new mac pro display and the stand will start at $12000.
Firefox now blocks website cookies they can let advertisers and publishers track you across the web.
Mozilla has been ratcheting up its privacy focus for more than a year, and introduced enhanced tracking protection in an effort to establish a new standard of web browsing that puts people's privacy first.
And finally, Spotify has introduced Stations in the U.S., the stripped down version of the company's flagship streaming music server.
To use the free version of the app, you'll hear ads interspersed with songs.
If you pay for Spotify, the app has an ad-free experience.
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