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Dolby Atmos and lossless audio sound awesome and are heading to a HomePod near you (finally).
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Tweet o' the week
Edward Snowden
No matter how well-intentioned, @Apple is rolling out mass surveillance to the entire world with this. Make no mistake: if they can scan for kiddie porn today, they can scan for anything tomorrow.

They turned a trillion dollars of devices into iNarcs—*without asking.*
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