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Saturday, August 1, 2015
Checked 7:15 PM; Last Updated 11:35 AM CDT; 16:35 GMT
 

 

Apple/Macintosh
  • "Former Apple rival IBM could become the biggest buyer of MacBooks"  The Economic Times 6:52 AM
  • "Apple and BMW: The electric car hookup that almost happened, and could still happen" ExtremeTech 8:45 AM
  • "Apple Music is a mess, and it's alienating the company's biggest fans" Business Insider 11:33 AM
  • "Exclusive: Edward Snowden Explains Why Apple Should Continue To Fight the Government on Encryption" The Intercept 7:11 AM
  • "Obama Administration War Against Apple and Google Just Got Uglier" ["Wittes and Bedell argue that Apple's decision to 'move aggressively to implement end-to-end encrypted systems, and indeed to boast about them' after being 'publicly and repeatedly warned by law enforcement at the very highest levels that ISIS is recruiting Americans' — in part through the use of encrypted messaging apps — could make the company liable if 'an ISIS recruit uses exactly this pattern to kill some Americans.'"]  The Intercept 7/31
  • "Apple could be held liable for supporting terrorism with strong iOS encryption, experts theorize" AppleInsider 7/31
  • "Apple Hiding A Successful New iPhone In Plain Sight"  Forbes 7/31
  • "Apple, BMW in courtship with an eye on car collaboration"  Reuters 7/31
  • "Apple's Tim Cook reportedly met with BMW to learn about making cars: But it sounds like Apple wants to go it alone" The Verge 7/31
  • "Report: Why Apple's electric car negotiations w/ BMW stalled, could potentially resume" 9to5Mac 7/31
  • "Some of Apple's most prominent fans really don't like Apple Music and they're going public with their criticism"  Business Insider 7/31
  • "Why Apple Music and Spotify are Coke and Pepsi" The Next Web 7/31
  • "How Apple Music can turn users into subscribers" Macworld 7/31