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How did Apple’s AirPods go from mockery to millennial status symbol?

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How did Apple’s AirPods go from mockery to millennial status symbol? r/apple   u/chaincrackers   theguardian.com  
Microsoft reports $32.5 billion in Q2 2019 revenue: Azure up 76%, Surface up 39%, and LinkedIn up 29% r/microsoft   u/FeistySpinach   venturebeat.com  
Apple exec met with teenager who found FaceTime bug at his Arizona home, will be eligible for bug bounty program r/apple   u/exjr_   9to5mac.com  
AT&T sued by Sprint, must defend decision to tell users that 4G is “5G E” r/hardware   u/COMPUTER1313   arstechnica.com  
Microsoft preparing to bring Xbox Live to iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch r/gadgets   u/mspoonygp   theverge.com  
Galaxy S10 photo leak shows Samsung wireless Galaxy Buds. r/gadgets   u/RenegadeUK   cnet.com  
This light-powered 3D printer materializes objects all at once r/gadgets   u/ledgetechs   techcrunch.com  
Huawei Sting Offers Rare Glimpse of U.S. Targeting Chinese Giant | Diamond glass could make your phone’s screen nearly unbreakable—and its inventor says the FBI enlisted him after Huawei tried to steal his secrets. r/hardware   u/dylan522p   bloomberg.com  
The Raspberry Pi store is much cooler than an Apple Store r/tech   u/pazvanti2003   techcrunch.com  
Apple tells app developers to disclose or remove screen recording code r/apple   u/JBeylovesyou   techcrunch.com  
Tokyo will achieve its goal of making 2020 Olympic medals from e-waste r/technews   u/shakermaker_forever   engadget.com  
Apple isn't too happy about apps that secretly record your phone's screen r/tech   u/ginger_bredman   mashable.com  
Firefox 66 to block automatically playing audible video and audio r/hackernews   u/qznc_bot   hacks.mozilla.org  
AMD Market Share Gains Accelerate in Desktop PCs, Servers and Notebooks r/hardware   u/chernobog95   tomshardware.com  
What Happened to the 100,000-Hour LED Bulbs? r/hardware   u/speckz   hackaday.com  
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