All The News You Missed Overnight: Apple's Spaceship Campus, Blackberry's Android Phone And More

Apple's Spaceship Campus Is Finally Starting To Take Shape

Technology is filled with all kinds of rumours, real and fabricated. It gives us a look at what might be and will be. All The News You Missed Overnight gathers the whispers all in one place to help you catch up.

The headquarters of staggeringly rich tech giants (and the construction of said HQs) are stuff of Silicon Valley legend. Apple's been building its new campus for months now, and you can watch this beautiful video for the latest look at Apple's extravagant second complex.

Speaking of legends, Apple's new complex has been churned through the rumour mill for years now. But the futuristic-looking second campus in the Bay Area is finally all coming together, especially compared to this other video taken only 10 months ago.

Apparently the complex is costing Apple $US5 billion, will be over 260,000 square metres, and looks badass with an accompanying Hans Zimmer-like Batman soundtrack. [MacRumors]

Which New BlackBerry Phone Might Run Android? People are starting to wonder if a new BlackBerry phone will run Google's OS. Two different models of new BlackBerry, apparently codenamed "Prague" and "Venice", may or may not feature Android. [Digital Trends]

Twitter's Touch-and-Go CEO Sitch: On Monday, Twitter announced it's looking for a CEO who can make a "full-time commitment", casting doubt on whether interim CEO Jack Dorsey will stick around. Though Dorsey will take the reins July 1, he's busy enough as the head of Square. [San Jose Mercury News]

Amazon Echo Opens Its API Doors: Amazon Echo (which we reviewed here) now grants devs a kit of APIs that allow them to brew up new powers for Alexa form scratch. Soon, you may ask Alexa to water your lawn or remind you how many miles you logged in the past week. [Amazon]

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