Alphabet reportedly plotting digital city; VR references buried in Android N

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Apple probably won't find out how the FBI hacked the San Bernardino iPhone. Network World article

> Alphabet could be plotting a digital city full of Google cars, high-speed Internet and maybe more. Re/code article

> The second Android N Developer Preview came out, and while it brings support for Vulkan, new emojis and a few UI tweaks, there are also a few references to virtual reality buried inside the new update. Ars Technica article

> U.S. federal, state and local government agencies rank in last place in cyber security when compared against 17 major private industries, including transportation, retail and healthcare, according to a new report. Reuters article

> Microsoft is making Skype in the browser plugin-free for Edge. TechCrunch article

> Add Daimler to the list of companies offering mobility services in the United States. ExtremeTech article

> Facebook created a research lab to develop hardware products and hired a top Google executive to lead the effort. Wall Street Journal article

> Researchers crack Microsoft and Google's shortened URLs. Wired article

And finally… The Apple Car, as imagined by Motor Trend. Article

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