Everything Microsoft announced at the Xbox Games Showcase, the recent development and popularity of fever cameras, and a rundown of what's up at Twitter: more active users, Twitter earnings, and the recent hack.
First, CNET's Ian Sherr stops by to discuss Microsoft's Xbox Games Showcase. Between the next-gen gameplay footage and Xbox Series X console, Sherr had a lot to share.
Then, Dave Gershgorn of OneZero details the no-longer-fledgling "fever camera" industry. With facial recognition and temperature-sensing technology, these camera manufacturers aim to identify fevers in real-time.
Then, Kurt Wagner of Bloomberg graciously provides a rundown of Twitter's latest successes and failures, including its earnings report, the uptick in users, and the recent high-profile hack.
Lastly, Jason talks about new features for Plex users and Mikah details a recent BuzzFeed report that shows hundreds of thousands of Instacart customers' data is being sold online.
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- Xbox Games Showcase: Everything Announced Including Halo Infinite, Forza, More for Xbox Series X
- Microsoft Shows off Halo Infinite, Biggest Game in Series, Coming This Holiday with Xbox Series X
- In Just 6 Months, ‘Fever Cameras’ Have Become a Full-Fledged Industry
- "Panda" Camera Talked About During the Show
- FLIR - Thermal Imaging Camera System
- Twitter Reports Record User Growth, Explores Subscriptions
- Twitter Says Direct Messages Breached in 36 of 130 Hack Victims
- Why Jack Dorsey Doesn’t Belong at the Antitrust Hearings
- Plex Launches a Live TV Service with Over 80 Free Channels, Most Available Worldwide
- Hundreds Of Thousands Of Instacart Customers’ Personal Data Is Being Sold Online