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Your Saturday and Sunday links
- [CNet] argues that a $180 Android phone works just as well as an iPhone.
Hundreds celebrated the Festival of Chariots in SF this weekend. [SF Chronicle]
- Companies say Apple removed their privacy apps from China. [Associated Press]
- Members of Oakland artist collective say building's new owners are forcing them out. [CBS 5]
- The Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter is offering half-price adoptions on senior animals in August. [ABC 7]
- While at a wedding, Steph Curry mocked LeBron James' dance moves. [NY Daily News]
- Canceled Tesla refunds won't get back to refundees for a while. [Wired]
Suspect sought in People's Park attack. [Daily Californian]
- SUV driver slams into popular Los Gatos Café. [ABC 7]
- EPIC says they will file a legal complaint against Google for gathering customers' credit and debit card information today. [NBC Bay Area]
- A judge will decide this week if corruption charges against three SF city hall insiders will move forward. [SF Examiner]