We’re back for another look at the past week in Apple (and related tech industry) news. We touch on Amazon’s purchase of Comixology and what the retail giant might get out of the deal, discuss the latest announcements and apps from Dropbox, try to read the tea leaves and figure out what the future of the iTunes Store holds, decide whether or not we’ll be upgrading our car stereos for aftermarket CarPlay units, and attempt to decipher just what is going on with the whole analyst/pundit community.
- Amazon embraces its inner geek by buying Comixology
- Your old beater could get a bite of Apple CarPlay action soon, via Alpine aftermarket unit
- The real impact of CarPlay: It's the software, dummy
- Dropbox Carousel: Photo utility uncovers images you might have forgotten
- Dropbox bringing Mailbox email client to the Mac
- Underwhelming Start to iTunes Radio Lights Fire Under Apple
- Apple vs. Samsung docs reveal Galaxy Tab was a flop and Samsung knew it
- iWatch watch: Apple is not here to entertain you
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