Java browser plugs-ins are slowly dying. Amazon might be developing a new streaming music service that's cheaper if you have the Amazon Echo. Christina Warren is here to explain Apple's prong-gate and how to understand Kanye West on Twitter. Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai from Motherboard talks about HTTPS. Mike Murphy from Quartz explains how Google's DeepMind beat a Go champion. New social networking app Peach has new features, including noise level and an unofficial web app. Snapchat introduces a political news show on the Discover tab called "Good Luck America."
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