BlackBerry stops producing hardware to focus on software and security. Iain Thomson from The Register joins us to explain why it matters that Apple is turning over our iMessage metadata to authorities. Melinda Gates will focus on how to get more women in tech, and how to keep them there. Nsikan Akpan, digital science producer from PBS News Hour, talks about the science behind the child born with three parents. Also, how many channels does Roku really have? Finally, we explore why people feel most comfortable with level four autonomous driving.
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- BlackBerry bails on building its own phones
- APPLE LOGS YOUR IMESSAGE CONTACTS — AND MAY SHARE THEM WITH POLICE
- Defending Against Hackers Took a Back Seat at Yahoo, Insiders Say
- Melinda Gates Has a New Mission: Women in Tech
- Exclusive: New VR Dev Kit From Occipital Turns iPhone Into Room-Scale VR
- Spotify in Talks to Acquire SoundCloud (Report)
- Baby born from 3 parents a victory for new, controversial procedure
- Self-driving cars will have to pry the steering wheel from our cold, dead hands, poll says