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Here's a look at some of the stories that are creating buzz around the technology world today:
Woz: FBI 'just wrong'
Not surprisingly, you can count Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak among those who support Apple in its encryption fight with the FBI. “To have Apple make a weak operating system is just wrong,” Wozniak said in an interview with Re/Code.
A big AI move
Google’s DeepMind chalks up a landmark win for artificial intelligence by beating world champion Lee Sedol in Go — a centuries-old East Asia game known for its strategy and intellectual depth.
New path on app store model?
E-commerce giant Amazon.com is breaking ground with Amazon Underground, a different kind of app store, writes Wired.com.
More love for new Samsung Galaxy S7
Reviewer Dan Seifert at The Verge calls the new smartphone "the most impressive piece of smartphone hardware I’ve ever held."
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