Join Chris Marriott, Mike Lovell, and our special guest Ari Najarian for the eighth episode of Preemptive Multi-Talking. In this edition, we cover Star Wars; the Aaron Sorkin Steve Jobs flop; TD Bank harvesting the browsing history of their VISA clients; Samsung paying Apple damages five years later; Google exploiting child labour in schools; technology in the classroom; Open-source Swift and; server-side Swift. See the list of topics and links below for more in-depth reading. This week, we’re serving Batch 1904 from Brickworks Ciderhouse in Toronto. It's a tasty, dry cider that goes down smooth.

• Star Wars The Force Awakens: December 18th can't come soon enough via Apple Movie Trailers

• Aaron Sorkin flop: Bidding adieu to Steve Jobs, the movie via Ken Segall

• TD Bank takes a dump on your privacy: TD Visa customers' browsing activities open to surveillance by bank via CBC

• Time for Samsung to pay up: Samsung agrees to pay Apple $548M in patent row via Apple Insider

• Cutting off the air supply: Apple now inhaling 94 percent of global smartphone profits via AppleInsider

• Google dropped the Don't be Evil moniker just in time: Google denies claims it broke child-data promises via BBC

• Exploiting child labour: Google deceptively tracks student Internet browsing via Electronic Frontier Foundation

• 5 Days of Code Curriculum: Why learning your first coding language should be JavaScript via Ari Najarian

• Apple open-sources Swift programming language: Creating the conditions for building an empire via Ars Technica

• Server-side Swift - It's Perfect: Perfect is the first enterprise-grade web server and web toolkit for the Swift programming language via

• iPad Pro has some serious graphics: Teardown reveals iPad Pro A9X sports dual-core CPU, 12-cluster GPU via Apple Insider

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