Marriott International reported a data breach of its Starwood guest reservation database in November 2018. The data was for customers with reservations from 2014 up to September 2018 and includes hotel brands W Hotels, St. Regis, Sheraton, Westin, Element, Four Points, Design, and Starwood branded timeshare properties.
Update: Marriott now states that no more than 383 million records were affected by this data breach in a new statement.
More information is available for customers at info.starwoodhotels.com. Customers will be able to enroll in WebWatcher’s web monitoring service free of charge for one year. U.S. and Canada residents may also call their help line at 877-273-9481.
Samsung announced the future release of its new smartphone folding screen technology called Samsung Infinity Flex Display at its 2018 Developer conference. The screen folds in the middle like a book and phones using this feature may be released in 2019 or later.
Apple recently added the iPhone 5 smartphone to its vintage and obsolete products list. The iPhone 5 is considered vintage by Apple because it was discontinued between five years and seven years before today. Products discontinued more than seven years ago are considered obsolete by Apple.
Apple has discontinued hardware service for its vintage products with some exceptions, and all obsolete products with no exceptions.