- First, we talk with Joseph Menn over at Reuters about his exclusive report. Apple reportedly dropped plans for encrypting iCloud backups after the FBI complained.
- Then, we chat with Joseph Cox of Vice about the alleged hacking of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos's iPhone by the Saudi crown prince.
- Afterward, we have a chat with Tanya Basu of MIT Technology Review about the Human Screenome Project — would you want to take a screenshot of your phone every five seconds for science?
- Finally, Jason and Mikah round things out with a discussion of fly brains and Microsoft's Surface Neo and Duo.
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- Here’s a first look at Android on Microsoft’s dual-screen Surface Duo
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