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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, March 16, 2019


  • "Spotify responds to Apple, calling it a 'monopolist': The latest in the fight between the two companies" The Verge 7:34 PM
  • "Apple Claps Back At Spotify Basically Calling It A Leech That's Squeezing Musicians" HotHardware 7:22 PM
  • "Spotify says Apple a 'monopolist' in escalating war of words: Spotify described Apple as a 'monopolist' late Friday, dissecting the latter's reaction to a competition complaint Spotify submitted to the European Commission." AppleInsider 1:25 PM
  • "Spotify on Apple's Response to App Store Dispute: 'Every Monopolist Will Suggest They Have Done Nothing Wrong'" MacRumors 1:25 PM
  • "Inside Garageband, the Little App Ruling the Sound of Modern Music: A secret recording studio on Apple's Cupertino campus has made the beats of some of your favorite hits for the last 15 years"  Rolling Stone 10:44 AM
  • "Rolling Stone feature explores Apple's 'Music Apps' team, GarageBand's origin and future" 9to5Mac 10:45 AM
  • "Apple Watch heart sensor is accurate, study shows" Apple Must 10:36 AM
  • "Phil Schiller talks WWDC history, the art of live demos, and more during Accidental Tech Podcast" 9to5Mac 9:03 AM
  • "Today in Apple history: iPad gets an eye-dazzling Retina display" Cult of Mac 10:38 AM
  • "A Sensation Not Unlike Slapping Yourself in the Face" Pixel Envy 7:21 AM
  • "iPod touch 7: An 'iPhone without calls" Apple Must 3/15
  • "From Animoji to TestFlight: Apple's four WWDC invitations are bursting with app icons"  AppleInsider 3/15
  • "Apple responds to Spotify with words, but no real answers: Apple remained silent for two entire days after Spotify accused it of unfair practices, apparently stunned by the sudden turn of events. Now, it's responded to Spotify's claims, without really saying anything of substance: it addressed Spotify's gripes, but not any of its actual problems."  Charged 3/15
  • "Spotify vs Apple: The future of music streaming set to play out in EU competition court"  iMore 3/15
  • "Apple sounds off on Spotify's antitrust claims in surprisingly tone-deaf screed: The words 'Apple' and 'Music' never appear together."  Macworld 3/15
  • "Apple: Addressing Spotify's claims" The Loop 3/15
  • "Who are you siding with in the Spotify-Apple antitrust war?" The Next Web 3/15
  • "Apple Responds to Spotify's Claims of Anticompetitive Behavior" MacStories 3/15
  • "Tearing Down Apple's Feeble Response to Spotify (Premium)" Thurrott 3/15
  • "Quitting the five tech giants: Could you abstain from Apple?" ZDNet 3/15
  • "Apple's smug new iPhone ad says privacy matters, just weeks after FaceTime bug fail: Forget cameras, screen, and speedy processors. Privacy is reason you should buy an iPhone, according to Apple." ZDNet 3/15
  • "Dropbox to Limit Free Accounts to Three Devices; Here's Why This Is a Problem"  Kirkville 3/15
  • "Cassandra -Weekend Review: March Event, WWDC, Apple Watch, and Elizabeth Warren" eXtensions 3/15
  • "PS4 Remote Play vs. Steam Link: It's not clear why Apple allows one over the other, and that's a problem" Macworld 3/15
  • "Everything you need to know before Apple's March 25 'it's show time' event: Apple's TV play has been a long time coming, but there might be new hardware, too." Ars Technica 3/15
  • "Apple WWDC19: What's in store for iOS macOS, watchOS, and tvOS" Macworld 3/15
  • "Everything we think we know about Google's mystery gaming announcement: Google is having its first-ever GDC keynote next week. Here's what to expect" The Verge 8:53 AM
  • "Hands-on: What's new in Android Q/Lots of little changes in the first beta of Android Q." Ars Technica 7:24 AM
  • "Beto O'Rourke Was Reportedly a Member of a 'Hacktivist' Group. What's That?" Time 3/15
  • "Flickr Cofounder Questions Tech's Impact on Humans" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 3/15
  • "This is why a self-regulated Google is better for business and for the consumer" Business Insider 3/15
  • "Beto O'Rourke could be the first hacker president" TechCrunch 3/15
  • "Facebook Risks These Criminal Charges In Multiple Investigations Over Its Privacy Practices" Forbes 3/15
  • "Why Facebook couldn't stop the New Zealand shooter from streaming his attack: The internet — including Facebook — is built for sharing." Recode 3/15
  • "Who Will Trust Facebook Bank?" Forbes 3/15
  • "This Guy Predicted Society's Thirst for Internet Fame—in 1999" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 3/15