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New from Jason Aten: Undigital Newsletter
First, I really appreciate that you've been subscribed to this newsletter. My goal when I started writing was to have a way to provide you with regular updates about the tech news that matters.
With that in mind, I wanted to let you know that I'm moving it over to a brand new platform, with a new name, but other than that--nothing will be changing for you! Well, except you can now expect more regular (weekly) updates from me.
Or, if you'd like to get the Undigital Morning Edition every day, you can subscribe to that version as well. If you'd rather not receive any of these emails, I won't be at all offended if you choose to unsubscribe - I get it, we all get a lot of email!
By the way, for the next week, you'll get the Undigital Morning Edition at no cost at all. I just want to give you a head's up for what you can expect if it's something you want to subscribe to!
With that in mind, here are a few of the things I think you might be interested from the last week.
I'll be back Monday!
Tim Cook's 5-Word Response to Facebook Is Brutal and Brilliant at the Same Time | Inc.com — www.inc.com Apple's CEO is clear that he isn't making decisions based on what's best for Facebook, but for Apple and its customers.
Apple's reportedly delaying its next Macs and iPads thanks to a global parts shortage, and it's a bad sign for the whole tech industry — www.businessinsider.com If Apple, the guy at the front of the line, is having a hard time, that's bad news for anyone waiting behind — which is pretty much everyone else.
Google Wants to Watch You Sleep. It Could Be the Best $99 You Spend This Year | Inc.com — www.inc.com The new Nest Hub has a superpower, if you're OK with letting Google in your bedroom.
Amazon Is Expected to Make a Major Change to Prime Day and It Could Be Bad News for Amazon | Inc.com — www.inc.com Moving Prime Day to make the financials look better would be a departure from Jeff Bezos's core philosophy at Amazon.
IBM is sending its first retail quantum computer to the Cleveland Clinic. It could help stop the next pandemic. — www.businessinsider.com In a world where a few months could be the difference in saving hundreds of thousands of lives, quantum computing can't come soon enough.