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1. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Google in its 10-year legal battle with Oracle. The 6-2 vote set a precedent that it’s not possible to copyright code or set limits on how software is built and distributed. Here’s how the landmark decision will shape the future of software. Plus, throughout the dispute, more than two dozen parties — including IBM and Microsoft — voiced their support for Google.
2. Tim Cook said Facebook’s objections to letting people pick whether or not to be tracked are “flimsy arguments.” In a new interview, the Apple CEO criticized Facebook’s arguments about Apple’s upcoming privacy features. Mark Zuckerberg and Cook have feuded for years over user privacy and antitrust concerns. Here’s where their rivalry began and everything that’s happened since.
3. Uber is battling DoorDash to rule food delivery. Uber’s CEO is trying to transform the company into the Amazon of local commerce and transportation. In our exclusive report, we detail the strategies Uber is using to overtake DoorDash and other rivals.
4. Elon Musk issued an “urgent” plea for more housing in Austin, Texas. As Tesla and SpaceX look to fill hundreds of jobs in the state, the CEO took to Twitter to call for more housing opportunities. Here’s what Musk said.
5. An NFT of a house just sold for over $500,000 — the world’s first crypto real-estate sale. In exchange for half a million dollars, the buyer received 3D files and …read more
Source:: Business Insider