How Facebook and Australia made amends in the News Feed dust-up. • Net Neutrality is back in the California limelight. • Changes hitting Android. • Twitter's news of a paid subscription model called Super Follow.
The truth about the not so hot EV sales numbers is revealed. While, conceptually, people like the idea of electric cars, the unsurmountable problem is: charging. Is there a solution to stimulate adoption?
The new PlayStation 5 is hard to get and, while waiting or if you are lucky enough to have one, look at the customization products available starting with black face plates if you don’t like the new white ones.
Bloomberg's new report on supply chain attacks. The Epic Games vs. Apple saga. How increased screen time is affecting us during the pandemic. Facebook and Google's handling of new legislation in Australia and more.
Apple's Siri had a huge head start when it came to voice assistants. How did Siri get bested by Google and Amazon? Learn how that happened, and how Siri can still be a major player in the intelligent assistant world.
A water treatment plant in Florida was hacked and nearly poisoned. • PlayStation 5 scalpers feel misunderstood. • How the Zoom video kitten faced appeared. • Android users of Slack might want to change their password.
Kohler put Alexa in a showerhead. The Kohler Moxie Showerhead combines a battery-powered smart speaker with Amazon's voice assistant built in and an otherwise ordinary showerhead. Strange, menacing or wonderful?
What does Apple’s Tim Cook have to say about user privacy and, in particular, Facebook's business model? Quite a bit as it turns out. The TWiT team discusses Cook's comments from the CPCD virtual conference.
With Jeff Bezos stepping away from the CEO role, who is Amazon’s Andy Jassy? The remaster of Goldeneye 007. Apple's new App Privacy Labels for apps news. Apple's rumored mixed-reality headset and more.