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  1. Get a job: Disruptor Beam is hiring an experienced Game DesignerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Gamasutra

    The Gamasutra Job Board is the most diverse, active and established board of its kind for the video game industry! Here is just one of the many, many positions being advertised right now. Disruptor Beam is building a new generation of games for every screen, based on popular universes like Game of Thrones and Star Trek.


  2. Spotify accuses Apple of anti-competitive behaviorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Seeking Alpha

    Apple is "causing grave harm to Spotify and its customers," by rejecting an update to Spotify's iOS app, goes a letter sent by Spotify's general counsel to Apple's top lawyer, reports Re/Code . The letter suggests the streaming service intends to use the issue in its fight over Apple's rules governing subscription services using its App store, and copies of it went to - among others - Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who yesterday said, "Apple has long used its control of iOS to squash competition in music."


  3. Spotify and Apple are at warRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Silicon Alley Insider

    Spotify sent a letter to Apple's general counsel in May accusing the company of using its iPhone and iPad App Store platform as a "weapon to harm competitors," Recode's Peter Kafka reports . Apparently, Spotify has also been shopping the letter with Congressional staff in Washington DC - a move that signals that Spotify is trying to drum up support for a legal campaign.


  4. Spotify is furious at Apple because it's not a non-profitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Boy Genius

    There's a big problem with building a business on the back of other companies' businesses: You have to play by their rules. There are countless examples of companies losing their cool when a free ride comes to an end.


  5. Spotify lawyers up against Apple for rejecting its updated iOS appRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Macworld

    Spotify claims that Apple is blocking competition after the App Store rejected an updated version of its iOS app. According to a letter Spotify sent to Apple's legal team on June 26, Apple's rejection stems from an anti-competitive practice to boost Apple Music.


  6. Spotify: Apple is holding up app approval to squash competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Engadget

    How do you catch up with the biggest music streaming service? Well, not approving app updates is one tactic, and Spotify says Apple is doing just that. The streaming service sent a letter to Apple's legal counsel this week claiming that the company is rejecting an update to Spotify's iOS app and it's "causing grave harm" to users by doing so.


  7. Donald Trump Not Being Investigated by the FEC Over Foreign SolicitationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Urban Legends

    A complaint has been filed concerning e-mails sent to foreign officials soliciting donations to the Trump campaign, but the FEC has not opened an official investigation into the matter. In June 2016, officials from several countries, including the UK Australia, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland, reported that they had received e-mails illegally soliciting donations for Donald Trump's U.S. presidential campaign.


  8. Whatever Happened to Romance? Look Back on the 8 Biggest Celebrity Couple Cheating ScandalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | E! Online

    It looks like 2016 has another Summer of Splits. Last summer, iconic couples such as Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck and Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton called it quits on their marriages, and it seems 2016 is home to more breakups and divorces.


  9. Why the Media Loves Tesla and Hates AppleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Fox News

    I bet you didn't realize that Apple is in such deep trouble , it's on the verge of going the way of BlackBerry. If that strikes you as a bit far-fetched, you'll be downright shocked to learn that Tesla's proposed acquisition of Solar City can create a juggernaut that disrupts America's power grid and transforms the entire energy sector.


  10. Apple awarded right to disable iPhone cameras at concertsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NME

    Apple has been awarded the right for a new system which could potentially stop people filming concerts with their iPhones. The company's invention would allow venues to use an infrared beam to disable photography on mobile phones, preventing people from taking videos and photos.


  11. 10 handy new iOS 10 tips and tricks to try outRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Digital Trends

    The latest update to Apple's mobile platform is a little bit special. You'll find countless new features, app updates, fresh functionality, tweaks, and tricks to help you refine your experience on the iPhone or iPad.


  12. pyicloud 0.9.1Read the original story

    Thursday | Python

    PyiCloud is a module which allows pythonistas to interact with iCloud webservices. It's powered by the fantastic requests HTTP library.


  13. EURO 2016: How to watch tonight's quarter final online for free - "...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Star

    Although both sides failed to shine in the group stages, both battled through extra-time in their first knock-out game to reach this point. Portugal triumphed over Croatia while Poland held their nerve to beat Switzerland in a penalty shoot-out and secure their place in the final eight.


  14. Robber steals presidential coin from oldest US park rangerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Valley Morning Star

    Authorities say a robber attacked the nation's oldest full-time park ranger in her San Francisco Bay Area home and made off with a coin she received from President Barack Obama.


  15. This mobile payment company is transforming P2P payments by using blockchain technologyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Silicon Alley Insider

    Peer-to-peer payments are nothing new, as "Venmo me" has become colloquial when splitting a restaurant check. But one company is trying to change the P2P payments game by utilizing blockchain technology.


  16. Metova Announces On-Campus Intern Office at The University of Central ArkansasRead the original story

    Thursday | Customer Interaction Solutions

    The new office provides the education and experience required for gainful employment in one of the many openings for tech-talent, ranging from coding to marketing, available in -based technology companies such as Metova, Acxiom, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, and Ensono currently employ thousands of technology professionals with a steady need for new talent. These companies have committed to hiring at least 100 new tech employees each year, and Metova internship opportunities provide the skills necessary to land these leading-edge positions - right on campus at UCA.


  17. In letter to Apple's general counsel, Spotify says Apple...Read the original story

    Thursday | Techmeme

    In letter to Apple's general counsel, Spotify says Apple won't approve app update in move to "diminish competitiveness" of Spotify on iOS - Spotify says Apple is making it harder for the streaming music company to compete, by blocking a new version of its iPhone app.


  18. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are worlds apart on tech policy issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Re/code

    Hillary Clinton laid out an extensive technology and innovation agenda Wednesday in a briefing document that amounts to a giant valentine to Silicon Valley . A high-powered group of advisers from Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C., have been working to help shape Hillary Clinton's tech policy agenda for the general election.


  19. Elizabeth Warren Hits Apple Music's 'Treatment' of RivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Billboard

    Spotify piles on, saying "you know there's something wrong when Apple makes more off a Spotify subscription than it does off an Apple Music subscription and doesn't share any of that with the music industry." Sen. Elizabeth Warren took mega-corporations to task on Wednesday, saying in a speech delivered in Washington, D.C. that the consolidation and concentration of various business sectors "threatens our markets, threatens our economy, and threatens our democracy."


  20. Suspected teen hacker arrestedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | St. Helens Reporter

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A 16-year-old boy was arrested after detectives from Titan, along with officers from Merseyside Police, executed a Computer Misuse Act warrant at 7.30am at a house, where the teen lives with his family.