Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for the third episode of Preemptive Multi-Talking. In this edition, we are covering a variety of topics making headlines in tech from the Ashley Madison hack, to Penghazi and back. See the list of topics and links below for more in-depth reading. This week, we're serving Bulwark Blush, an apple and wild berry cider made here in Nova Scotia that instantly makes you sophisticated simply being seen with one.

• Ashley Madison: The Ashley Madison hack: everything you need to know via The Verge

• Apple Music grows to half the size of Spotify in its first month: Apple Music has snagged 11 million trial users via Fortune

• Penghazi: It's shockingly easy to break the Galaxy Note 5 with the S-Pen via Leaf and Core

• Unsolicited advertisements in Android push notificaitons: Samsung is now pushing notification ads to their customers, joins HTC and Sony in the spammer's circle via PHANDROID

• Imminent Death of HTC? HTC Shares continue freefall, market value falls below cash on hand via appleinsider, HTC stored user fingerprints as image file in unencrypted folder via The Guardian, and Android is supposed to save Google, but it's actually a terrible business via Business Insider

• Project Ara delayed until 2016: Why Google's Modular Project Ara Smartphone Was Delayed via Gizmodo

• Apple FUD on China's Economy: Apple Shared Drop Below $100 Amid Wider Stock Market Downturn [Updated] via Macrumors

• Jeb Bush: He recently spoke about digital security, privacy, and encryption. We face palmed.

• Apple is working on something big in automotive: Apple Hiring Autonomous Vehicle Experts, Including Tesla Engineer Now Working on 'Special Projects' via Macrumors

• Hydrogen fuel cell for your iPhone: Imagine not charing your iPhone for a week via Macrumors

• Content Blockers in iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan - a reckoning for online advertisers: iOS 9 content blocking will transform the mobile Web: I've tried it via TNW News, and Safari Content Blocker, Before and After via Daring Fireball

• Windows 10 phoning home without permission: Windows 10 found talking to remote servers despite privacy settings via Appleinsider

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