Google's mysterious "Taimen" phone surfaces - is it a Chinese Pixel XL? U.S. bans any electronics larger than a phone for air passengers from 8 Middle Eastern countries. Google is struggling to react as more advertisers pull their ads from YouTube. Android O is here as a Developer Preview. The U.S. Senate is about to let ISPs sell your data to the highest bidder, but Europe's GDPR will fine anyone who uses your data without your consent $20 million.
- Stacey's Thing: Use Fitbit to turn on your Android Notifications in the morning
- Jeff's Number: 5k to shut up Piers Morgan on Twitter for a day
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- Google May Have Third, Larger Phone in the Works Under Codename "Taimen"
- U.S. Limits Devices for Passengers on Foreign Airlines From Eight Countries
- Related: Havas, Guardian, UK pull out of Google, Youtube
- Google’s YouTube problem is continuing: Now AT&T is pulling some of its ads
- Related: Google's statement
- Sleeping Giants Twitter account causes 'many global clients' to pull ads from Breitbart
- Some users report Google Home playing a promo for "Beauty and the Beast"
- Google’s “One True Answer” problem — when featured snippets go bad
- Alexa adds Prime Now delivery option for peak laziness
- We Tried Starbucks’ New Avocado Spread So That No One Else Has To
- After years waiting for Google Fiber, KC residents get cancellation e-mails
- Google is letting celebs speak directly to fans via search results
- Google releases Android O to developers, promising better battery life and notifications
- O-MG, the Developer Preview of Android O is here!
- Good News: Android’s Huge Security Problem Is Getting Less Huge
- The Senate could take the first step tonight to kill the FCC’s privacy rules
- Ad Groups Petition Consumer Internet Privacy Rules, Call Opt-In Requirement 'Onerous' 01/04/2017
- ACLU Comment on Congressional Move to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data Without Permission
- Five Creepy Things Your ISP Could Do if Congress Repeals the FCC’s Privacy Protections
- A Primer on the GDPR: What You Need to Know
- Medium launches memberships for $5 per month
- Nick Denton Out of Bankruptcy
- Texas Grand Jury Says a GIF Is a ‘Deadly Weapon’
- Avoiding articles from “the creep”: People trust news based on who shared it, not on who published it
- 5k to shut up Piers Morgan on Twitter for a day