Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for the sixth episode of Preemptive Multi-Talking. In this edition, we are covering the iPhone 6s launch, mobile CPU performance, content blockers, RIM’s Android announcement, Lenovo Spyware (again), the Volkswagen (and now Audi) scandal, iOS security bugs, Android security bugs, iOS 9 first impressions, and Apple’s watchOS 2 first impressions. See the list of topics and links below for more in-depth reading. This week, we’re serving water because it’s important to stay hydrated if you want to avoid a hangover.

• Apple sells 13 million iPhone 6S on launch weekend: Don’t worry, Apple is still doomed via Apple

• The fastest mobile CPU on the planet: A9 chip cores in iPhone 6s and 6s Plus deliver a processor punch to Samsung, Qualcomm via AppleInsider

• Content Blockers - A reckoning for online advertising: Which iOS Content Blocker is the Fastest? via The Brooks Review

• The worst kept secret in tech: RIM announces a new phone running Android via Ars Technica

• More Lenovo Spyware: What do you expect from a dirt-cheap computer made in part by the Chinese government?? via Gadgets 360

• Volkswagen using software to undermine democracy: ...And the resale value of your car via ExtremeTech

• Volkswagen using software to destroy our planet: …And the resale value of your car via treehugger

• Another(!) iOS lock screen: bug Lock screen bug allows Siri to access photos and contacts via AppleInsider

• First impressions of iOS 9: A Powerful iPad Experience And Many Refinements Make iOS Flow Better via TechCrunch

• First impressions of watchOS 2: The Apple Watch gets rounded out for even better performance and personalization. via iMore

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