- (01:36) iFixit's Jeff Souvanen and team tore down the Samsung Galaxy Fold to see what's going on underneath that display, then sent it back to Samsung.
- (14:42) Google employees who staged a walkout late last year wrote a private memo saying they are being retaliated against, and Nitasha Tiku from Wired has the scoop.
- (25:43) Nest Cam owners who practice poor password practices are easy targets by software that makes tapping into devices easy, according to Reed Albergotti from the Washington Post.
- (39:48) Artificial Intelligence research is powering systems that might one day give speech to the speaking impaired.
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- iFixit Galaxy Fold Teardown
- Google Walkout Organizers Say They're Facing Retaliation
- How Nest, designed to keep intruders out of people’s homes, effectively allowed hackers to get in
- Apple said Qualcomm’s tech was no good. But in private communications, it was ‘the best.’
- Scientists Use Artificial Intelligence to Turn Brain Signals Into Speech
- Video of the synthesized audio
- NBC Might Pull 'The Office' Off Netflix