Aug 14th 2016
This Week in Tech 575
In the final TWiT at the Brickhouse, we talk about Google's mysterious new operating system Fuchsia, Walmart's Jet.com purchase, concern over the iPhone 7's potential lack of a headphone port, Adblock Plus vs. Facebook, Microsoft's 'Golden Key' leak, and more!
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- Google is developing an OS called “Fuchsia,” runs on All the Things
- Google fined $6.8M for breaking Russian antitrust rules with Android, for favoring its own services over rivals (Mark Scott/New
- Attention, College Students: Chromebooks Are About to Get Awesome
- Avast man in the middle attack
- Arianna Huffington Will Leave The Huffington Post To Build Health And Wellness Site
- Source: Arianna Huffington is leaving the Huffington Post because Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo threatened her website's status
- Walmart was the only bidder in $3 billion Jet.com acquisition
- Walmart is paying $3 billion to lock in Jet.com’s CEO for an unusually long five years
- The Apple Maps launch fiasco led to the iOS public beta program
- Flash Memory Summit
- FMS 2016: Samsung To Announce 64-Layer 4th Gen V-NAND
- Intel confirms 2016 arrival of 3D XPoint-based Optane SSD
- The Next Generation of Wireless — “5G” — Is All Hype.
- Everything you need to know about Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 event
- New iPhone to Have Dual Camera but No Headphone Jack - Bloomberg
- Apple’s stagnant product lines mostly reflect the state of the computer industry | ExtremeTech
- Faster Apple Watch 2 With GPS, Barometer, Larger Battery, and Same Thickness to Launch Later This Year - Mac Rumors
- Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 line adds OLED and a Surface rival
- Shameless plug: New Latency Percentile testing at PCPer.
- Adblock Plus blocks Facebook block of Adblock Plus block of Facebook block of AdBlock Plus block of Facebook ads
- Our Data
- Microsoft's 'Golden Key' Leak Illustrates Why Governments Should Stop Asking For Backdoors
- Most Brits Don’t Want Snoopers’ Charter – Report
- iMessage's 'End-To-End' Encryption Hardly Any Better Than TLS, Say Cryptography Researchers