The US government just launched Code.gov, a new platform designed to improve access to the federal government's custom-developed software. The NFL continues to experiment with digital distribution with its announcement of an exclusive deal with YouTube and Google to create a nine-part series looking at the "life in and around the NFL". Apple has heard our dongle woes and they're dropping prices, at least until the end of the year. Samsung is recalling 2.8 million top-loading washing machines. And Adobe showed off a new unreleased tool at it’s MAX event called Project VoCo that actively synthesizes anyone's voice, making someone say things they never actually said.
- David Ruddock from Android Police talks about the RCS mirage and the mess that is Android messaging.
- Omar Gallage from The Austin American Statesman talks about his favorite positive tweets, memes, & hashtags from this year's election.
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- Code.gov is the US government's open-source software hub
- NFL Google VR
- Apple cuts USB-C adapter prices in response to MacBook Pro complaints
- Adobe’s upcoming audio tool lets you synthesize speech in anyone’s voice
- Samsung recalls washing machines over injury reports from malfunctioning units
- Samsung Recalls Top-Load Washing Machines Due to Risk of Impact Injuries
- The RCS Mirage: "Advanced Messaging" is a mess in the US, and Google's "standard" is just one more
- It hasn't all been a depressing Dumpster fire. Here's proof!
- See inside a robot pizza factory