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This is what a black iPhone 7 would look like (AAPL)

Just a few weeks ago we read rumors that Apple would offer the next iPhone in a dark blue color, but the latest on the matter suggests we might actually see a black option instead. Martin Hajek is a conceptual 3D designer who's making a name for himself for making 3D renders of unreleased iPhones based on rumors. Show More Summary

This Global Hawk surveillance drone will be NATO’s new eyes in the sky

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has acquired 5 new AGS (A lliance  G round  S urveillance) "Global Hawk" unmanned surveillance drones. Global security company Northrop Grumman manufactured the drones in a contract worth $1.7 billion. The Global Hawks do not have attack capabilities. Show More Summary

This library's heartwarming program lets inmates read stories to their kids on video chat

When 3-year-old Serenity first saw her father on the big screen, she rushed up to put both hands on his face, as if preparing for him to hoist her into the air. Serenity and her mother were at the Brooklyn Public Library, in a well-lit...Show More Summary

This marketing veteran is going to try to grow the tech sector in the North of England

Tech North, a government-funded agency tasked with boosting the tech sector in the North of England, has appointed veteran marketer Richard Gregory as its new leader. Gregory joins Tech North after 12 years at Latitude Digital Marketing, where he served as COO for 10 years and as MD for two years. Show More Summary

Here's the biggest reason Apple might want to acquire Jay Z's streaming service Tidal

A report from The Wall Street Journal published Thursday said Apple was in early talks to acquire Tidal, the music-streaming service owned by rapper Jay Z and a collection of his friends. On the face of it, that seems like a rather strange deal. Show More Summary

Tech North spent £66,500 of taxpayer money on a 51-page report

Government quango Tech North spent tens of thousands of pounds on a single report as part of an effort to get a clearer picture of the startup scene in the North of England. The "Digital Powerhouse Report" was commissioned in a bid to...Show More Summary

Virtual reality lets you stroll around a breast cancer cell

Medical researchers are using virtual reality to create accurate, explorable versions of our insides. Alice Klein goes for a walk

How Oracle’s business as usual is threatening to kill Java

Oracle's silence about Java EE has brought developer community distrust to a fever pitch.

London startup DueDil plans to open offices across Europe to combat the impact of Brexit

DueDil, a fast-growing London tech startup, is going to focus on growing its business outside the UK following the decision to leave the European Union, according to Bloomberg. The UK voted for Brexit on June 23, shocking the UK tech...Show More Summary

Eric Schmidt: Brexit is 'unlikely' to impact Google's British operations (GOOG)

Google has no immediate plans to reduce the size of its UK operations as a result of Brexit, according to Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet. The UK voted to leave the European Union on June 23, leaving the nation's economic future uncertain. Show More Summary

Staff at London music startup Crowdmix say they haven't been paid again

Multiple employees at London music startup Crowdmix are complaining that they haven't received their June salary. This is the second month there have been payment problems at the startup. Business Insider previously reported that the May salary was sent out late. Show More Summary

10 things in tech you need to know today (GOOG, AAPL, HP, FB)

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know this Friday. 1. Hewlett Packard Enterprise has won another huge victory over Oracle and just over $3 billion in damages. The damages come after Oracle took a decision some years ago to stop making software for HPE's high-performance servers built on Intel's Itanium chip. 2. Show More Summary

The 10 most important things in the world right now

Hello! Here's what you need to know on Friday. 1. Former London mayor and avid Brexit supporter Boris Johnson announced on Thursday he will not be entering the race to become the next Conservative leader of Britain. Johnson was the early favourite to take over from the outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron. 2. Show More Summary

Zoox raises $200 million at $1 billion valuation for its self-driving cars

TechCrunch has confirmed reports that auto startup Zoox is raising about $200 million at a $1 billion valuation. We’ve also learned that investors Lux Capital and DFJ are involved in the round. The Palo Alto-based startup founded byShow More Summary

There's a powerful new PlayStation 4 coming soon — here's everything we know

Over 40 million people own the PlayStation 4. Sony's betting that the remaining 6.96 billion people on planet Earth are holding out for a new version. This new PlayStation 4, dubbed "Neo" (as a codename), is more powerful than ever.Show More Summary

The Denver Broncos and Sony will soon give some fans godlike views of football games

Watching a football game from a luxury suite is a heavenly experience. But John Elway and the Denver Broncos will soon be testing a new technology to make the experience pretty much godlike. The Broncos are placing high-performance Sony cameras all over the field. Show More Summary

Tesla is flying out 12 ‘Golden Ticket’ winners to see the Gigafactory, Willy Wonka style (TSLA)

A handful of lucky people who pre-ordered Tesla’s affordable Model 3 car on its unveiling day are getting an all-expenses paid trip to see the grand opening of Tesla’s Gigafactory, a building that will change the world. We first learned about the news on Electrek, which managed to obtain an email from one of the lucky winners. Show More Summary

Windows 10 on track to reach one billion devices (MSFT)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Less than one year after its release, Windows 10 is now running on 350 million devices globally, according...Show More Summary

Stealth startup Zoox lands $200 million for its secretive self-driving car

Zoox, the super-stealth self-driving-car startup, has closed a $200 million round of funding, according to a source familiar with its fundraising plans. In an SEC filing on June 6, the startup said that it had raised over $100 million in equity. Show More Summary

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