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June 2nd, 2017 · 58 minutes
Andy Rubin unveiled his new phone (and company) this week at the Code Conference. Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court rules on our rights to the products we buy and Uber's latest bad news makes us wonder about the freedom to change jobs.
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Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, is launching a new of smartphone, but will it live up the hype?
At its peak, Apple is manufacturing roughly 1 million iPhones per day. Ceramic wouldn't scale to that sort of production.
"Revolutionary" doesn't always mean "successful."
In addition to a phone, Essential is launching a Echo-like devices based on a brand-new OS that the company promises will integrate with just about everything on the market today.
The "interactive assistant" that may really just be a smart camera.
"Something huge is happening here."
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that Lexmark can't sue companies that refill old printer cartridges and sell them at a discount.
“The Lexmark decision is a big win for the rights of tinkerers and the just plain curious.”
Rogers Family Company fought back against Keurig's coffee pod DRM.
Google has been hard at work on its Maps product. Apple, on the other hand...
Levandowski has been accused of stealing trade secrets when he left Google.
Levandowski may be gone, but Uber is still being sued by the software giant.
Restrictions once limited to executives are now spreading across the labor landscape — making it tougher for Americans to get a raise.