Links of the day | 在网上找到

Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Are More Popular Than Older Models | Fortune.com

Inside Andy Rubin’s Quest to Create an OS for Everything | Wired  – wasn’t that a historical Windows vision, there is a tension between general purpose and specialist

In China, Herd of ‘Gray Rhinos’ Threatens Economy – NYTimes.com – Chinese conglomerates who have grown based on cheap bank loans. It hasn’t been said yet, but there must be similar implications for Chinese businesses who have benefited from state bank supported vendor financing to win customers abroad (paywall)

Xi’s Sign-Off Deals Blow to China Inc.’s Global Spending Spree – WSJ – this impacts people like Wanda. I was speaking to a technology start-up who talked about raising their funds and getting them in just in time from Chinese investors, right before ‘the door shut’ (paywall)

The government should fight ‘corporate villainy’ in tech, Senator Cory Booker says | Recode – this isn’t the Silicon Valley that I grew up with and supported through the early part of my career

A Privacy Choice | Rands In Repose – on browsers

Korean Broadcasters Launch U.S. Streaming Service, Taking on Warner Bros.’ DramaFever | Variety – and Netflix is running great K-drama like Secret Forest aka Stranger

One Family, Many Revolutions: From Black Panthers, to Silicon Valley, to Trump – NYTimes.com – interesting reading (paywall)

Three Reasons Abercrombie Has (Finally) Jumped on E-Commerce in China | AdAge – paywall

Twenty years,20 visualisations | SCMP – great step back to pre-internet living