Good Morning, it’s Tuesday, 6 June 2017 and this is the Morning Edition of The Nightshift, the world’s overnight news feed.
A contractor who worked at the NSA has been arrested on charges of leaking classified documents about Russian hacking in the 2016 elections to an internet news source (The Intercept)
President Trump has been critical of the Mayor of London for his handling of the recent terror attacks, creating an unnecessary and unproductive distraction during a period of tension in the U.K.
The Wall Street Journal has said that traffic from Google Search results has dropped 44% since the Journal decided to put its formerly free articles behind a paywall to increased digital subscriptions (which are up) because Google is no longer ranking the WSJ results as high in results as before.
At the opening of its’ 2017 WWDC (World Wide Developer’s Conference), Apple unveiled a “smart speaker” (similar to Alexa from Amazon) designed to provide music and other services throughout the home. Apple also unveiled upgraded iMac computers, new revisions to both the Mac OS and iOS operating systems and a revamped design for the App Store. Not seen: iPhone 8.
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Deadline Hollywood (Hollywood)
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Wired (San Francisco, CA)
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