An iPad mini refresh and a new iPad Air, MySpace has lost basically all your stuff, details of the Lyft IPO and the state of Seed Investing.
Apple launches new iPad Air and iPad mini (TechCrunch)
Inside YouTube’s struggles to shut down video of the New Zealand shooting — and the humans who outsmarted its systems (Washington Post)
Myspace player won't play songs, and I want to download them if possible (Reddit thread on the Myspace news)
The Internet Archive is working to preserve public Google+ posts before it shuts down (The Verge)
Lyft Aims for Valuation Near $20 Billion in Biggest U.S. IPO (Bloomberg)
Ride-hail service Juno is seeking a buyer (Quartz)
Why Has Seed Investing Declined? And What Does this Mean for the Future? (Both Sides)
Decade in review: Trends in seed and early-stage funding (TechCrunch)
Apple’s Big Spending Plan to Challenge Netflix Takes Shape (NYTimes)
Google Spent Years on a Secret New Plan to Attack a $140 Billion Industry. It All Starts Tomorrow (Inc.)
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