Qualcomm has won an injunction against Apple in Germany; the FBI is taking down DDOS sites; the iPad is a more flexible computer than Apple says it is.
On Earth, Facebook got a lot of bad news. Meanwhile, way out in the Kuiper Belt, the New Horizons spacecraft bears down on Ultima Thule.
SpaceX is raising $500 million to build its satellite broadband network; AT&T is rolling out 5G to 12 U.S. cities, but it doesn't matter. Finally, Twitter is letting users arrange their timelines in a chronological fashion.
Russian disinformation campaigns in 2016 were even more widespread than previously thought, especially on Instagram; Google's search engine for China may be dead in the water; and Google invests in more New York City real estate.
Apple Music is now on the Amazon Echo; Robinhood is in hot water over a new checking account plan, and Vine and HQ Trivia co-founder Colin Kroll has died.
Apple is building a new campus in Austin, YouTube is cracking down on policy violations, and Virgin Galactic has made it to space.
Apple has a plan for a premium news subscription service; Intel introduces a new chip architecture; and Apple plans to build its own modem chips for the iPhone.
Sundar Pichai spent a day in Congress, Supermicro says a third-party audit of its systems show no infiltration by China, and Verizon says its Oath brand is basically worthless.
Apple and Qualcomm's patent battle moves to China; GoPro plans to pull production of U.S.-bound products out of China; and the New York Times casts a spotlight on how smartphone apps abuse location data.
Waymo's driverless cars are not-so-much, Alexa wants to fix our mistakes, and Android's Ice Cream Sandwich has melted.