June 29, 2015, 10:05 AM

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Benjamin Mayo / 9to5Mac:
Apple Music will be available on Sonos speakers by end of the year  —  Update: Apple has confirmed in a statement to Buzzfeed that Apple is working with Sonos to get Apple Music available on the connected speaker system by the end of the year.  Original story below.
Serenity Caldwell / iMore:
Apple Music FAQ: features included with paid subscription, what happens to iTunes Match and Radio, migrating from Beats Music, and more  —  Apple Music FAQ: Everything you need to know  —  Apple Music is coming June 30.  We've got the beats and the deets.
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Facebook is testing a new Snapchat-style photo uploader for iOS with text overlays and swipeable filters  —  Facebook's Snapchatty New Photo Uploader Lets You Overlay Text And More  —  Face it.  Your photos aren't all that interesting.  But Facebook's going to help you jazz them up with its shiny …
Tim Culpan / Bloomberg Business:
Sources: Apple has started early production of new iPhone models with Force Touch, volume manufacturing scheduled to ramp up as soon as next month  —  Apple Suppliers Start Making iPhones With Force Touch  —  Apple Inc. has started early production of new iPhone models with a feature called Force Touch …
Brent Kendall / Wall Street Journal:
Supreme Court Denies Google Appeal on Oracle Suit  —  Oracle had alleged Google's Android OS infringed copyrights on its Java platform  —  WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court on Monday denied a Google Inc. appeal that sought to stop a billion-dollar Oracle Corp. lawsuit by seeking limits on software copyright protections.
Rachael King / Wall Street Journal:
Automakers tackle the huge security challenges of vehicle-to-vehicle communication  —  Automakers Tackle the Massive Security Challenges of Connected Vehicles  —  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is accelerating its efforts to mandate vehicle-to-vehicle communications …
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James Surowiecki / MIT Technology Review:
Google Fiber has pushed ISPs to improve broadband speeds in many markets, a result the FCC's National Broadband Plan failed to achieve  —  Broadband Speeds Are Improving in Many Places.  Too Bad It Took Google to Make It Happen.  —  It's too often said that some event “changed everything” in technology.
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Kurt Wagner / Re/code:
Facebook's “add a link” feature is available now on iOS, lets users view and share articles without leaving the app  —  Facebook Makes It Easier to Share Links Without Ever Leaving Facebook  —  Facebook added an app update on Thursday that allows people to post and share links …
Casey Johnston / Ars Technica:
While most crowdfunded hardware products ship months late due to logistics and manufacturing challenges, the instances of outright fraud are rare  —  Between Kickstarter's frauds and phenoms live long-delayed projects  —  Despite its complications, crowdsourcing enables diverse creators, outperforms VC funding.

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