Written to Binge – This Week in Tech 688

– Defending Bloomberg’s Chinese spy chip story Google+ killed by a breach that wasn’t a breach.
– Facebook breach that WAS a breach hits 30 million users. In related news, Facebook now sells a video chat device with a camera that can follow your every move.
– Made by Google event: what we think of the Pixel 3, Pixel Slate, and Home Hub.
– Apple’s TV content will be free for everyone who owns an Apple device.

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Memoji Dating – This Week in Tech 684

This Week in Tech

Apple’s new iPhones and Watch, Facebook election security, EU vs memes, and more!

–Apple Watch Series 4 takes on heart disease.
–iPhone Xs, Xs Max, and Xr: what’s in a name?
–All the new features and “new” features in the 2018 iPhones and iOS 12.
–Can Mark Zuckerberg fix Facebook’s political woes?
–Hurricane tech.
–EU vs memes.
–California requires basic IoT security.
–Google kills Inbox.
–Ikea will scan your butt.

I Speak for the Bezels – This Week in Tech 682

This Week in Tech

iPhone XS, Pixel 3, Trump vs Google, and more
Leo is on vacation, so Jason Snell is guest hosting!
Apple’s next big event is September 12th, and we have a sneak peek at the new iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4.
The iPhone XS isn’t the only big phone on the horizon. We also have a look at Google’s Pixel 3.
YouTube’s new tool helps you spend less time watching YouTube.
Trump takes a swing at Google. Is it a hit?
Microsoft wants you to never have to buy a new Xbox.
Uber thinks bikes and scooters are the future.
Who will speak for the bezels?

This Week in Tech 680: Hacky Hack Hack

This Week in Tech

Elon’s Twitter addiction, $1200 iPhone XS+, Movie Pass Fail, Pai’s lie, and more.

–Leave Elon alone! Tesla tumbles after Musk laments his “most difficult and painful year.”
–Google employees revolt over China rumors; town hall meeting shut down due to “kerfuffle” tweets.
–Apple thinks that its headquarter buildings are worth 1/6th of an iPhone XS+.
–Australian teen Hacky Hack Hacks Apple’s main computer network.
–MoviePass is failing miserably, but the French version is great!
–Google clarifies how constantly it tracks your location.
–US government wants to wiretap Facebook Messenger
–Facebook is not responsible for mews media’s continued existence.
–Ajit Pai finally admits to congress that the FCC wasn’t hacked.
–10 nanometer transistors? Try 1/10th nanometer. German researchers develop a 1 atom transistor switch.

This Week in Tech 677: To Serve Cat

This Week in Tech

Facebook’s stock crash, Tesla surfboards, Russia hacks utilities, and more.

— Jason Calacanis tells us what’s going on with his buddy Elon Musk.
— Apple fixes the MacBook Pro’s throttling issue.
— Facebook and Twitter stock takes a dive over poor growth numbers, but Google is doing just fine.
— Russian hackers in MY energy grid? It’s more likely than you think.
— Slack eats HipChat. • Spectrum Internet gets kicked out of New York.
— Get a Tesla surfboard to go with your Boring flamethrower.

This Week in Tech 676: Falling Asleep as the Robots Wake Up

This Week in Tech

– The future is flying cars! (Or not-flying cars, perhaps holes in the ground.)
– Apple’s new MacBooks suffering from thermal throttling – is it the end for Intel?
– Google hit with $5 billion fine by EU for Android shenanigans.
– Will Fuschia be Google’s one OS to rule them all?
– EU works on new laws of robotics.
– Google Translate starts spouting prophesy.
– Jeff Bezos is the richest man in history, but still gets his own hoagies.
– Elon Musk settles his farting unicorn feud.

This Week in Tech 664: Warm Tushie Tech

Sprint and T-Mobile make it official. Amazon, Google, and Facebook all have amazing quarterly earnings reports. Amazon’s home robot and the battle for smart home supremacy. Facebook’s community guidelines. Golden Gate Killer found with open source DNA site. Who wants Snap’s second generation Spectacles? Apple’s rumored AR/VR headset. What tech brings you joy?

Security Now 657: ProtonMail

This week we discuss “DrupalGeddon2”, Cloudflare’s new DNS offering, a reminder about GRC’s DNS Benchmark, Microsoft’s Meltdown meltdown, the persistent iOS QR Code flaw and its long-awaited v11.3 update, another VPN user IP leak, more bug bounty news, an ill-fated-seeming new eMail initiative, Free electricity, a policy change at Google’s Chrome store, another “please change your passwords” after another website breach, a bit of miscellany, a heart-warming SpinRite report, some closing the loop feedback from our terrific listeners, and a closer look at the Swiss encrypted ProtonMail service.

This Week in Tech 653: X Stands for Nothing

HomePod should have been delayed longer. Elon Musk’s rollercoaster week: Falcon Heavy sends a Tesla to Mars just as Tesla has its worst quarter ever. iPhone boot code leaked online. Chrome will shame insecure websites. YouTube suspends Logan Paul for generally being a horrible human being. Rethinking Facebook and Google. T-Mobile warns of phone hacking scam. Uber settles with Waymo. ESPN’s new streaming service will not show ESPN.