Welcome to Monday and the first Tech Media Minute for the week. Here’s a look at what’s making news on this June 6, 2016.
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Zuckerberg’s bad weekend
Mark Zuckerberg has become a hacking victim. The Facebook CEO’s Pinterest, Twitter, and LinkedIn were briefly compromised over the weekend, according to Engadget.
A group called the OurMine Team took credit for the hack.
More predictions, hopes for WWDC
One week from today, June 13, Apple will open the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) with the company’s annual keynote address. What goodies will be unveiled? Here are the latest predictions:
- 10 iOS Features We’d Love To See Apple Announce At WWDC, Fast Company
- iOS 10: Ten features it needs to stay ahead of Android, ZDNet
The 2016 keynote begins at 10 a.m. PDT.
“Can you hear me now” guy switches to Sprint
Between 2002 and 2011, he was the face of Verizon, asking would-be customers in commercials, “Can you hear me now?” Now, Paul Marcarelli is back — this time as a Sprint spokesperson.
Today, June 6 is National Gardening Exercise Day and National Yo-Yo Day.
The Cloud Identity Conference begins in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Looking backwards: On this day in 1925, the Chrysler Corporation was founded. In 1933, the first drive-in theater opened in Camden, New Jersey.
Have a few more minutes? Check out these other stories making news:
- J.K. Rowling urges fans to ‘keep the secrets’ of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” Entertainment Weekly
- Why It’s Time to Take Google’s PC Operating System Seriously, The Wall Street Journal
- Bose QuietComfort 35 (hands-on): Finally, an active noise-canceling wireless headphone from Bose, CNET
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