Tonight we chat with Roberto Baldwin from Engadget from the Facebook Developer Conference. First we cover the official release of the aggressive encryption bill by Richard Burr and Dianne Feinstein. Next we talk about the rumors that a group of grey hat hackers created the tool that let the FBI break into the work iPhone of one of the San Bernadino shooters. Amazon releases a new Kindle that's shaped like a book. And USB-C cables might destroy your device. Roberto fills us in on everything that happened at F8, from social VR to bots. And he gives us his review of the portable Amazon Tap. More discussions on the intricacies of emoji. And finally, find out how to binge watch for days.
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- Senate Intel panel releases official encryption bill draft
- FBI paid professional hackers one-time fee to crack San Bernardino iPhone
- Introducing Kindle Oasis
- A software fix for dangerous USB-C cables is coming
- Find time for your goals with Google Calendar
- Facebook unveils two new wireless systems for underserved areas
- Facebook poaches Google's advanced technology lead
- People are already having a difficult time using Facebook's new chat bots
- Facebook's Messenger bots are a compelling alternative to apps
- F8 Day Two Roundup
- The Amazon Tap is a so-so speaker with a so-so voice assistant
- Longest marathon watching television
- TV Binge-Watching World Record Set by Brooklyn Man With 94-Hour Session
- Watch the dramatic highlights from the 94-hour binge-watching world record