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Los Angeles Times:
LA judge compels woman to unlock iPhone with fingerprint, sparking 5th amendment debate  —  The government wants your fingerprint to unlock your phone.  Should that be allowed?  —  In a Glendale case, the FBI wants the fingerprint of Paytsar Bkhchadzhyan so her iPhone can be unlocked.

Colin Lecher / The Verge:
Uber settles with National Federation of the Blind, will pay $225K over 3 years, notify drivers they must provide transport to customers with service animals  —  Uber agrees to $225,000 settlement in lawsuit alleging discrimination against the blind  —  Uber has agreed to pay the National Federation …

Sam Knight / Guardian:
How Uber built its business in London from 5,000 to 1.7M active riders in three years  —  How Uber conquered London  —  To understand how the $60bn company is taking over the world, you need to stop thinking about cars  —  very week in London, 30,000 people download Uber to their phones and order a car for the first time.

Mark Walton / Ars Technica UK:
Huawei P9 review: great camera, design, and build quality but the Android 6.0-based Emotion UI skin and other software tweaks to stock Android hinder usability  —  Huawei P9 review: Great camera, great design, and ghastly software  —  Android 6 Marshmallow with Emotion UI 4.1

Dieter Bohn / The Verge:
Triby review: kitchen bluetooth speaker with Alexa integration and an e-ink screen is neat, flawed, and hard to recommend at $199  —  Triby Review: Alexa on your fridge  —  The elevator pitch for the Triby is actually a kitchen pitch.  1. Take everything you like about the Amazon Echo speaker …