Jul 3rd 2016
This Week in Tech 569
Don't Eat the Gas Station Nougat
Smart noise filters, Apple vs Spotify, building a better user, Tesla fatality, and more
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- New Zealand town with too many jobs offering packages of land and homes for $165k
- Latest Weibo leak once again claims to show Lightning EarPod headphones for iPhone 7
- Doppler Hear One
- The ultimate Apple I/O death chart
- Like it or not, Apple is right about Spotify (and is bending the rules for it)
- Apple Slams Spotify, Says App Already Violates App Store Rules - BuzzFeed News
- Spotify says Apple won’t approve a new version of its app because it doesn’t want competition for Apple Music - Recode
- Sources: Apple in talks to acquire Tidal, Jay Z's streaming music service; Tidal held similar talks with Rhapsody last year
- Microsoft's Windows 10: Anniversary Update to hit August 2; 350 million devices and counting | ZDNet
- Why Microsoft is calling Windows 10 'the last version of Windows'
- Mark Zuckerberg Angers His Hawaiian Neighbors by Building 6-Foot Wall
- Android N is now Android Nougat
- Google to step up smartphone wars with release of own handset
- Uh Oh: Google Expands Its Ad Tracking. But, Yay: It’s Opt-In | WIRED
- How to Use Google’s New My Activity Privacy Tool
- Google+ turns 5 and is somehow still alive
- Bits, Please!: Extracting Qualcomm's KeyMaster Keys - Breaking Android Full Disk Encryption
- Article: Tesla driver killed in crash while using car's 'Autopilot'
- Tesla driver killed in crash with Autopilot active, NHTSA investigating | The Verge
- A Tragic Loss | Tesla Motors
- Tesla owner killed in crash was watching ‘Harry Potter’ while using autopilot
- Facebook puts friends above publishers in “News Feed Values” and ranking change
- Microsoft draws flak for pushing Windows 10 on PC users
- A.I. Downs Expert Human Fighter Pilot In Dogfights
- Can You Tell Which One of These Baseball Stories Was Written By a Robot?
- BlackBerry has not informed Verizon or AT&T that BlackBerry 10 devices have been discontinued | CrackBerry.com
- Facebook's News Feed: Often Changed, Never Great