Here’s some news that caught our eye today.
ICYMI: California kill-switch bill for smartphones signed into law.
Also ICYMI: Facebook says it’s cracking down on “click bait” in headlines and captions.
California state Sen. Ben Hueso arrested for DUI last week, hours after voting for anti-Uber bill, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick was sure to point out. The car service touts its offering as a way to avoid drunk driving.
Netflix’s original shows were shut out at last night’s Emmys.
Speaking of Netflix, it hand-delivers a petition to the FCC in an effort to block the Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal.
From “The Simpsons” to WWE to Ellen DeGeneres, the most popular TV shows on Facebook, Twitter and Reddit.
Mozilla has begun selling its $33 smartphone, the Cloud FX, in India.
Qualcomm may face EU antitrust probe after old complaint by Nvidia subsidiary.
Photo of iPhone from AP archives