Top Stories of the Day // July 10, 2015

Pompous Apple Is Pompous |
iOS 9 And OS X El Capitan Are Now Available To All As Public Betas |
Likes Aren’t Enough. Now Facebook Pages Need You To Add Them To “See First” |
Microsoft Shows The Augmented Future Of HoloLens |
GoFundMe Learns The Taylor Swift Principle |
13 People Who Could Be Twitter’s Next CEO |
Microsoft Launches Office 2016 For Mac, Office 365 Subscribers Get It First |

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Today’s Top Stories // Jul 10, 2015

Pompous Apple Is Pompous

Apple's latest iPhone ad is a bit smug. Even for Apple. As you can see above, the ad takes the fight directly to Android phones by reminding that Apple makes… read more

iOS 9 And OS X El Capitan Are Now Available To All As Public Betas

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Likes Aren’t Enough. Now Facebook Pages Need You To Add Them To “See First”

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Microsoft Shows The Augmented Future Of HoloLens

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GoFundMe Learns The Taylor Swift Principle

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13 People Who Could Be Twitter’s Next CEO

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Microsoft Launches Office 2016 For Mac, Office 365 Subscribers Get It First

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Cups Offers Prepaid And Subscription Plans For NYC’s Independent Coffee Shops

 The Cups coffee app launched about a year ago, promising members an unlimited supply of coffee from local… read more

CrunchWeek: Apple Music, Uber’s Engineering Push, And Shyp’s Challenge To The 1099 Economy

 Happy Friday, everyone. We’re glad that you are with us today before we take off and drink beer celebrate… read more

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Blue Apron, the NY-based startup that delivers weekly pre-portioned ingredients and recipes to your home, has been… read more

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