Tonight, we chat with Serenity Caldwell from iMore and Kurt Wagner from Re/Code. First, we discuss the new $700 HTC 10 that will Airplay. Next, we talk about Microsoft QR codes on blue screens of death, the failure of anonymous apps, and whether Generation Z will need to learn how to use email. Kurt Wagner reports from Facebook's Developer Conference, F8. We get the skinny on customer service bots, 360 degree cameras, AR goggles, and live streaming from your drone. And finally, we talk about proposed legislation that might force New York drivers to hand over their smart phones for a forensic search if they've been in an accident.
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- HTC 10 announced: a modern phone with familiar design
- HTC 10 supports Apple's AirPlay streaming standard
- DEAL: Save $100 on the HTC 10 With This Code
- Windows 10 debuts Blue QR Code of Death – and why malware will love it
- The Inherent Problem with Anonymous Apps
- For Generation Z, Email Has Become a Rite of Passage
- Bots are coming to Facebook Messenger
- Facebook Wants You Streaming Live Video From Whatever Device You Choose
- Facebook built a 360-degree video camera, and it’s giving away the plans
- Mark Zuckerberg says augmented reality glasses are 'what we're trying to get to'
- Facebook dreams of its own Google Glass-like future
- First came the Breathalyzer, now meet the roadside police “textalyzer”
- Senate Bill S6325A