- First, Zac Hall, lead editor at 9to5Mac, joins Jason and Mikah to talk about 9to5Mac's coverage of the rumored iPhone 9, updates coming in iOS 14, Apple Watch improvements, and so, so much more.
- Then, Dave Gershgorn stops in to share his exclusive coverage for Medium's OneZero publication; Gershgorn has been reporting on live facial recognition for police body cameras.
- Then, Geoffrey Fowler Skypes in from his home to talk about working from home in the age of COVID-19.
- Lastly, Jason and Mikah share their stories of the week: A university professor teaches a class over Twitch and Brian Krebs details how cybercriminals are taking advantage of coronavirus tracking maps to infect computers and steal passwords.
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- Apple developing new augmented reality app for iOS 14, testing Apple Store and Starbucks partnership
- iOS 14 to include new homescreen list view option with Siri suggestions and more
- Exclusive: Live Facial Recognition Is Coming to U.S. Police Body Cameras
- Live Facial Recognition Is Spreading Around the World
- I’ve been working from home for eight days. The Netflix-and-quarantine life is not that chill.
- Teaching on Twitch was a ‘mild disaster’ for one games professor
- From Rebecca Slatkin's Twitter
- Live Coronavirus Map Used to Spread Malware
- Legit Johns Hopkins COVID-19 map