#FiveForFriday: A New Series

I'm launching a new series called #FiveForFriday. Each Friday I'll share 5 technology-related links. It's that simple. I hope you enjoy it.


One: The Battle Lines in Tech are Being Redrawn 

by Neil Cybart


Two: Tony Fadell Tells Us the Story of the iPod-based iPhone Prototype

by Nilay Patel


Three: 16 Questions about Self-Driving Cars

by Frank Chen


Four: App Extensions Are Not a Replacement for User Automation

by Sal Saghoian (Former Product Manager of Automation Technologies at Apple)


Five: Apple Sets Its Sights on Hollywood with Plans for Original Content*

by Ben Fritz, Tripp Mickle and Hannah Karp
*Free to read in Apple News. Requires a WSJ subscription on their website.


(Bonus) Asking the Wrong Questions 

Written by Benedict Evans


I want to make #FiveForFriday better every week. If you have any suggested links, think of a better way to present them or want to chat about a topic, reach out to me on Twitter—@TimothyBuckSF. I'd love to hear from you.

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