- (02:03) With Facebook and Twitter approaching political ads from different perspectives, Seth Rosenblatt from The Parallax talks about how Facebook is resisting the urge to retreat from "free expression."
- (16:04) Heather Kelly from the Washington Post discusses how apps and services are intermingling with school administration resulting in data tracking of students.
- (32:52) The Airpods Pro are out, and Rene Ritchie from iMore shares his thoughts on whether they deserve the "Pro" moniker and who they are for.
- (45:30) Netflix is about to bring variable speed playback to its mobile app.
- (52:30) It's difficult to trace the source of AmazonBasic items like batteries, but it's important to know.
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- School apps track students from the classroom to bathroom, and parents are struggling to keep up
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- Netflix wants to let people watch things at twice the speed, but Hollywood is pushing back
- Unraveling the Secret Origins of an AmazonBasics Battery