The FCC is considering redefining rural broadband, while NASA is kicking off in-depth reviews at SpaceX and Boeing and Amazon bids on Disney's 22 sports channels it shed when buying Fox.
Mars 2020 has a landing site; Tim Cook was interviewed by Axios; Google remembers that it makes both the Chromecast and smart speakers.
Tumblr's iOS app vanishes; Civil War photography meets facial recognition; Microsoft starts selling Amazon Echo devices.
Another bad day in a bad week in a bad couple of years for Facebook.
Google Pixel phones get an upgrade that lets them see in the dark, the New York Times reports on how Facebook denied and deflected when confronted with criticism, and morale seems to be taking a big hit at Facebook HQ.
Amazon's HQ2 choices are official, and three cities are going to add a bunch of new jobs; Waymo plans to officially launch its self-driving taxi service later this year; and Apple admits that it's added technology to Macs that might lock out independent repair shops.
Samsung plans new Galaxy models for early next year; YouTube's CEO speaks out against a new European Union copyright directive; and reports from Apple's supply chain cast doubts on iPhone sales figures, at least for some.
Apple has opened repair programs on recent products, Aardman Studios is now employee owned and Rocket Lab has launched its first commercial payload.
Google updates sexual harassment policies following employee protests, and the Nintendo Switch is gaining YouTube support.
Oh, and the team behind Vine have a new app coming next year.
Samsung's gonna Samsung.