peHUB Second Opinion 6.10

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off today in San Francisco. Here’s what you might have missed.

And here are the new iOS features your old phone won’t be coming to older-generation iOS devices.

The controversy over Edward Snowden and his leaks of highly confidential surveillance work at the N.S.A. — where he worked on assignment — has brought some attention to Booz Allen’s majority owner, Carlyle.

It has also raised the question: If the NSA trusted Snowden with our data, why should we trust the NSA?

Related: Did President Obama just destroy the U.S. Internet industry?

(Okay, okay, we know: most of you don’t really care about how the government investigates terrorism. Twitter, meanwhile, is very interested in “how the story plays out.”)

Lululemon is looking for a new CEO.

The yogurt company that’s growing as fast as Facebook and Google.

The executive behind Manman, one of the biggest software products of the ’70s and ’80s, has raised another $33 million for her newest company, Kenandy.

How to end every meeting.

Fourteen trends you never want to see again.

Eight obscure college degrees that lead to high-paying jobs.

Photo: A man talks on his telephone as customers walk through an Apple store in Grand Central Terminal in New York, March 15, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Lucas Jackson