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  2. Washington Post

    Hey Alexa, come clean about how much you're really recording us
    Washington Post
    We're learning an important lesson about cutting-edge voice technology: Amazon's Alexa is always listening. So are Google's Assistant and Apple's Siri. Putting live microphones in our homes has always been an out-there idea. But tech companies ...
    10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
    Here's what Amazon had to say after investigating an unusual case of Alexa eavesdroppingGeekWire
    Amazon Echo sends private recording to random person in freaky occurrenceMashable
    Android Police -BetaNews -Android Central -WDIV ClickOnDetroit
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  3. Business Insider

    Austrian data privacy activist takes aim at 'forced consent'
    Business Insider
    By Lucy Fielder and Douglas Busvine. VIENNA/LONDON (Reuters) - As Europe's new privacy law took effect on Friday, one activist wasted no time in asserting the additional rights it gives people over the data that companies want to collect about them.
    EU's New Data Protection Rules Come Into EffectNDTV
    Landmark EU law is new weapon for data protection campaigner SchremsSpace Daily
    Facebook will push privacy alert to users outside EU ahead of GDPRCNNMoney

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  4. CNET

    Samsung owes Apple $539M for infringing iPhone patents, jury finds
    Alan Ball, an independent industrial designer, testifies in US Northern California District Court in San Jose about Apple iPhone design patents Samsung was found to infringe. sketch by Vicki Behringer. Samsung must pay Apple $539 million for infringing ...
    Samsung owes Apple $539M for infringing on iPhone patents, jury findsAppleInsider
    Apple wins $539 million from Samsung in latest chapter of ongoing patent trialThe Verge
    Samsung to pay $539 million for iPhone patent infringementZDNet
    Mac Rumors -Wall Street Journal -TechCrunch -Reuters
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  5. Macworld

    macOS 10.14: Improvements that Apple's Mac operating system could use
    It's that time of the year when we pull out our prognosticating hats—you were issued yours, right?—and try to imagine what Apple might announce a couple of weeks hence when they take the stage at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. The main ...
    Apple rejects Valve's Steam Link game streaming app over 'business conflicts'The Verge
    Apple Rejects Valve's Steam Link App Due to 'Business Conflicts'Mac Rumors
    Apple rejects Steam Link app from App Store, cites breach of guidelinesAppleInsider
    CNET -Ars Technica -Business Insider -9to5Mac
    all 57 news articles »


    Dino-Killing Asteroid Impact Warmed Earth's Climate for 100000 Years
    An artist's rendering from 1994, illustrating the Chicxulub asteroid impact that killed off most of the dinosaurs about 66 million years ago. Credit: Donald E. Davis/NASA/JPL. Carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere after the impact of the ...
    These were the unlikely survivors after dinosaurs went extinctCNN
    Asteroid Impact That Wiped Out The Dinosaurs Also Caused Abrupt Global WarmingNPR
    The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs also shaped the evolution of birdsLos Angeles Times
    Washington Post -BBC News -The Atlantic -Astronomy Magazine
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  7. The Verge

    The Essential Phone 2 has reportedly been canceled
    The Verge
    Essential has canceled plans to develop a second phone and is exploring selling off the entire company, according to Bloomberg. Much of the details remain up in the air. Talks of a sale sound like they aren't very far along, and the report says that ...
    Essential Phone 2: Did Android founder Andy Rubin just cancel his next phone?ZDNet
    Andy Rubin's Essential is reportedly up for sale and has cancelled work on its next smartphoneTechCrunch
    Essential Never Lived Up to Its Name, and Now It's Reportedly for SaleGizmodo
    Quartz -Digital Trends -CNET -Engadget
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  8. BBC News

    YouTube star John 'TotalBiscuit' Bain dies aged 33
    BBC News
    Popular video game critic John Bain - known as TotalBiscuit and the Cynical Brit - has died aged 33. He had 2.2 million YouTube subscribers, but retired from reviewing games in April after bowel cancer spread to his liver. In a lengthy post on Reddit ...
    Video Game Critic John 'Total Biscuit' Bain Passes AwayGame Rant
    John 'TotalBiscuit' Bain Passes Away at Age 33Shacknews
    Genna Bain on Twitter: "Rest in Peace my Dearest Love John @Totalbiscuit Bain July 8, 1984 - May 24, 2018… "Twitter
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  9. Mac Rumors

    Apple Knew About Bendgate and Touch Disease iPhone 6 Issues Months in Advance of Repair Programs
    Mac Rumors
    As part of an ongoing lawsuit over the "Touch Disease" manufacturing issue affecting iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices, Apple was required to provide the court with internal testing documents that suggest the company knew about iPhone 6 and 6 Plus design ...
    Apple Warns iPhones Have A Serious ProblemForbes
    Apple knew in advance about iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus 'Bendgate' says court filingAppleInsider
    Internal documents reveal Apple knew the iPhone 6 was more likely to bend than previous modelsThe Verge
    ZDNet -BGR -CNET -Fortune
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  10. BBC News

    Giant canyons discovered in Antarctica
    BBC News
    Scientists have discovered three vast canyons in one of the last places to be explored on Earth - under the ice at the South Pole. The deep troughs run for hundreds of kilometres, cutting through tall mountains - none of which are visible at the snowy ...
    Scientists discovered massive hidden canyons in Antarctica that could spell bad news for the rest of the planetQuartz

    all 11 news articles »

  11. BGR

    There's malware baked into some Android devices, and there's nothing you can do about it
    Preinstalled malware is definitely not one of the reasons why you purchased your current Android smartphone or tablet, but if you're the owner of various ZTE, Archos, and myPhone devices, then you also have malware on board. The news comes from Avast, ...
    Remember one thing, and you'll avoid the latest Android malware scareDigital Trends
    Some low-cost Android phones shipped with malware built inTechCrunch
    Avast Finds Pre-installed Android Malware on Hundreds of Phones You'll Never UseExtremeTech
    Engadget -Gizmodo -SlashGear -Phone Arena
    all 26 news articles »