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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, July 21, 2018


  • "We compared Spotify and Apple Music subscriptions — and the winner is clear" Business Insider 7:16 PM
  • "WSJ: Look who's getting Apple, Starbucks stock" Apple 3.0 8:01 AM
  • "Apple Loop: New iPhones Confirmed, Apple's Massive Upgrade To iPhone X, More MacBook Pro Problems" Forbes 7/20
  • "Apple will be hurt by U.S. v. China trade war this fall"  Apple Must 7/20
  • "MacBook Pro discussion includes thermal throttling, implications of Apple's new T2 processor, macOS requirements, keyboard problems/fixes, and the latest design's elimination of a Thunderbolt bottleneck in the 13-inch model." MacInTouch 7/20
  • "Samsung Mocks iPhone's Camera, Lack of Headphone Jack, and More in Latest Galaxy S9 Ads" MacRumors 5:15 PM
  • "Samsung's new ads takes aim at Apple's accessories and Genuis Bar" phoneArena 4:32 PM
  • "Google's iron grip on Android: Controlling open source by any means necessary/From the archives: Android is open—except for all the good parts." Ars Technica 10:23 AM
  • "Is Google Fuchsia Eventually Going To Replace Android?" Tech Times 8:05 AM
  • "Google's incredible Pixel 2 has the best camera I've ever used on a smartphone — these photos are proof" Business Insider 7/20
  • "Mark Zuckerberg: CEO, billionaire, troll" Engadget 7/20
  • "Gmail's new 'Confidential Mode' is flawed and misleading" BetaNews 7/20
  • "Magic Leap and the Curse of the Overpromise" Tech.pinions 7/20
  • "There is no more gun emoji. Is that a good thing?" Mashable 7/20
  • "Editor's Choice: LG G7 ThinQ" ["The primary reason why I like the G7 so much is that it's the Android phone that best mimics the iPhone X's ability to cram a large screen in a frame that can still be managed in one hand. I love the iPhone X's design because it is optimized for how I use a phone, which consists of a lot of vertical reading while on the go. Tall, skinny phones are the best for this. But I don't necessarily love iOS, and I often crave Android's flexibility and interface."]  The Verge 7/20
  • "What Does the Repeal of Net Neutrality Mean for Your Data Security?" ReadWrite 7/20