Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for the fifth episode of Preemptive Multi-Talking. In this edition, we are covering Apple’s September 9th keynote announcing iPad Pro, iPhone 6S, Apple TV, and the Apple Watch. We also cover some headlines about privacy in education, new malware and ransomware on Android, a dubious ruling by the FCC, and getting around a smartphone’s lock screen. See the list of topics and links below for more in-depth reading. This week, we’re serving Ballantines - the best scotch a limited budget can buy.

• Apple Special Event: September 9th, 2015 Keynote address via

• Apple Watch: 3rd party straps, accessories, and watchOS 2 via

• iPad Pro + Apple Pen: The most powerful tablet money can buy via

• Flaws in the App Store business model? From products to platforms via Ben Thompson, stratechery

• Apple TV: A shot across the bows of Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo; a gauntlet thrown down with the TV networks via

• iPhone 6S: The most powerful smartphone money can buy via

• iPhone 6S pre-orders: Apple says iPhone 6s launch on track to break record 10M sales via AppleInsider

• Big Brother Nanny State? FCC outlawing the modification of your wireless router firmware via Federal Communications Commission

• Google Apps in Education: Can we trust Google with our children’s data? via CBC

• Android Ransomware: New Android ransomware locks out victims by changing lock screen PIN via ars technica

• Android lockscreen bypass bug: A vulnerability exists in Android 5.x <= 5.1.1 that allows an you to crash the lockscreen and gain full access to a locked device via The University of Texas at Austin

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