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The day's tech news, every day at 5pm. From Techmeme.com, Silicon Valley's most-read news source. 15 minutes and you're up to date.

    Thu. 06/04 – A Class-Action Lawsuit Around Incognito Mode

    Thu. 06/04 – A Class-Action Lawsuit Around Incognito Mode

    The whole land-grab in the Indian telecom market continues to blow my hair back. A class-action lawsuit around Incognito Mode. More hints at an Apple Prime subscription. CES refuses to give up the ghost, while Kitty Hawk seems to have given up on its Flyer.

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    Links:Speaking up on racism (Tim Cook/Apple.com) Early Facebook Employees Disavow Zuckerberg’s Stance on Trump Posts (NYTimes) Snap will stop promoting Trump’s account after concluding his tweets incited violence (The Verge) Exclusive: Amazon in talks to buy $2 billion stake in Indian telco Bharti Airtel - sources (Reuters) Google faces $5 billion lawsuit in U.S. for tracking 'private' internet use (Reuters) Suit Claims Google’s Tracking Violates Federal Wiretap Law (NYTimes)iOS 13.5.5 code provides evidence of future Apple services bundle in development (9to5Mac) CES will be held in-person in Las Vegas next year (The Verge) ZoomInfo aiming to price IPO $1 above revised price range (CNBC) Gaming Startup Unity Is Said to Prepare for IPO This Year (Bloomberg) Kitty Hawk ends Flyer program, shifts focus to once-secret autonomous aircraft (TechCrunch)


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    Wed. 06/03 - Is On-Device Translation Coming to iOS?

    Wed. 06/03 - Is On-Device Translation Coming to iOS?

    Zoom is the new tech earnings report worth covering. Is on-device translation coming to iOS? Google is blocking a Remove China Apps app. The Brave browser is growing. Zuckerberg tries to calm his restless troops. And is FC Barcelona again leading the way for modern sports teams?

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    Links:Zoom revenue grew 169% during the quarter, and the company doubled its revenue guidance for the year (CNBC) Zoom won’t encrypt free calls because it wants to comply with law enforcement (TNW) iOS 14 to include built-in translator in Safari, full Apple Pencil support on websites (9to5Mac) Google takes down ‘Remove China Apps’ from the Play Store (9to5Google)Brave passes 15 million monthly active users and 5 million daily active users, showing 2.25x MAU growth in the past year (Brave Browser) Zuckerberg Defends Hands-Off Approach to Trump’s Posts (NYTimes) FC Barcelona Soccer Team Launches Digital Subscription Service (Variety)

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    Tue. 06/02 – Everything is Postponed

    Tue. 06/02 – Everything is Postponed

    Facebook finally lets you clean out your old crap from your basement (I mean, past). AT&T won’t count HBO Max against your mobile data cap. Every tech event is postponed again. A whole bunch of OS update news, and a time capsule from another era.

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    Links: Facebook finally makes it way easier to trash your old posts (TechCrunch) HBO Max won’t hit AT&T data caps, but Netflix and Disney Plus will (The Verge) White nationalist group posing as antifa called for violence on Twitter (NBC News) Twitter takes action against Rep. Matt Gaetz for glorifying violence (The Verge) Cisco, Sony postpone events amid continued protests (Axios) Third Pixel feature drop improves AI-powered Adaptive Battery, integrates Recorder and Google Assistant (VentureBeat) Android update delivers new 'Bedtime' features focused on improving sleep (TechCrunch) Apple releases iOS 13.5.1 and watchOS 6.2.6 with ‘important security updates’ (9to5Mac) YouTube’s Chase for Streaming-TV Ad Dollars Faces Hurdles (WSJ) Samsung’s rotating mobile-friendly TV goes on sale for $1,999 (The Verge)

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    Mon. 06/01 – The Facebook Walkout

    Mon. 06/01 – The Facebook Walkout

    What I believe is the first ever walkout in Facebook history, the biggest acquisition in Zynga history, Samsung Access is an interesting ARR play to get ahead of an Apple Prime subscription, and an Android event this week was cancelled, but a PlayStation one was announced.

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    Links: Facebook Employees Stage Virtual Walkout to Protest Trump Posts (NYTimes) Facebook, Snapchat join chorus of companies condemning George Floyd death, racism (Reuters) Twilio, Box, Spotify, and Other Tech CEOs Speak Out Against Racism and Police Brutality; Others Stay Silent (The Plug) Facebook staff angry with Zuckerberg for leaving up Trump’s ‘looting ... shooting’ post (CNBC) Zynga to Buy Peak for $1.8 Billion in Its Largest Deal Ever (Bloomberg) Samsung Access launches in the US w/ extended warranties, Microsoft 365, more (9to5Google) Eye-catching advances in some AI fields are not real (Science)Google delays next week’s Android 11 Beta release and virtual launch event (9to5Google) Sony confirms PS5 will have exclusive games playable only on next-gen hardware (The Verge)

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    Fri. 05/29 – The Best Summary of the Executive Order I Can Muster (Replacement)

    Fri. 05/29 – The Best Summary of the Executive Order I Can Muster (Replacement)

    I do my best to breakdown the who Twitter/executive order situation, at least at the time of this recording. Hall of Fame fundraiser drops mic and rides off into the sunset. TikTok has an interesting new rival. And, of course, the weekend longreads suggestions.

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    Links: Trump signs executive order targeting protections for social media platforms (Axios)‘Rammed it through’: Trump's Twitter order riles staffers and tech reformers (Protocol) Trump’s Order on Social Media Could Harm One Person in Particular: Donald Trump (NYTimes) The Two Things To Understand About Trump's Executive Order On Social Media: (1) It's A Distraction (2) It's Legally Meaningless (TechDirt) Trump Executive Order Misreads Key Law Promoting Free Expression Online and Violates the First Amendment (The EFF) Scheduled tweets and tweet drafts are now available on Twitter's website (Neowin) Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz is stepping down (VentureBeat) The Rise of New Short-Form Video App Zynn Could Spell Trouble for TikTok (Social Media Today)


    Weekend Longreads Suggestions Amazon’s Big Breakdown (NYTimes) Remember the MOOCs? After Near-Death, They’re Booming (NYTimes) Who Will Own the Cars That Drive Themselves? (NYTimes)The rise of React (Increment) 'We had no idea how to do it': YouTube's founders, investors, and first employees tell the chaotic inside story of how it rose from failed dating site to $1.65 billion video behemoth (Business Insider) Poolside.fm is the chillest place you should be hanging out right now (The Verge)


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    Thu. 05/28 – The Most Consequential Tweets For Silicon Valley of All Time?

    Thu. 05/28 – The Most Consequential Tweets For Silicon Valley of All Time?

    Is the Trump administration finally willing to go to war with big tech? Another Apple startup acquisition, but also why Fraggle Rock might indicate a strategy shift for Apple TV+. Remember 4k TV’s? And the microcredit app that will threaten to shame you if you fall behind on your payments.

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    Links: Trump expected to sign executive order that could threaten punishment against Facebook, Google and Twitter over allegations of political bias (Washington Post) Zuckerberg knocks Twitter for fact-checking Trump, says private companies shouldn't be 'the arbiter of truth' (Fox News) Apple Buys Machine-Learning Startup to Improve Data Used in Siri (Bloomberg) Apple TV Plus acquires past Fraggle Rock seasons ahead of reboot (The Verge) What developers want, what they don't, and what you can do to attract top talent (TechRepublic)LG's $1,500 48-inch 4K OLED TV goes on sale next month (Engadget)This lending app publicly shames you when you’re late on loan payment (Rest of World) Nuro’s driverless delivery robots will transport medicine to CVS customers in Texas (The Verge)

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GortonSM

Excellent daily summary

Keep up the good work Brian.

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