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A big week in tech news | On fitness, gaming and privacy

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A big week in tech news | On fitness, gaming and privacy
By Martin Wiesemborski • Issue #7 • View online
Uff - what a week. It started with Apple’s opening keynote to its developer conference WWDC on Monday, which was exhausting. So much new stuff 🙀. And as the week went by, more and more details came to light as the conference continued.
But while Apple once again stole the show, there was a lot more going on in the world of tech. Let’s take a look, shall we?

Connected bike and treadmill-maker Peloton files confidentially for IPO
The next generation of video games is powered by the cloud.
Apple's ongoing fight for user's privacy. And why it creates problems on its own.
Aaron Levie
Apple has cemented a turning point for the future of the web. In building products, the question is moving from “how much data can we gather” to “how little data can we gather” to deliver the same value proposition.
When it comes to privacy, default settings matter!
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Martin Wiesemborski

I'm a freelance UX strategist. Think of this newsletter as everything that is on my mind (hence the name): New and emerging tech and design trends, tools and ideas that I stumble upon and think are worth talking about.

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