Jan 22nd 2017
This Week in Tech 598
It's Probably Squirrels
Can Twitter be fixed? Will Trump's FCC Chairman pick be a boon or bane for tech? Is Apple still competitive? Could they compete against Netflix? Apple sues Qualcomm for $1 billion. Samsung reveals that the Note 7 fires were caused by "irregular batteries." Zuckerberg for President? Matt Cutts resigns from Google. Assange reneges on extradition promise after Chelsea Manning's sentence commuted. Tesla Autopilot results in 40% drop in accidents. Don't use Meitu! United Airlines planes grounded by computer outage.
- Iain Thompson thinks squirrels are the real threat.
- Jason Calacanis' Inside Trump newsletter holds the President to his campaign promises
- Father Robert Ballecer has a Hawaiian warning for Mark Zuckerberg
- Leo Laporte wants his Powerwall already!
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- Jack Dorsey apologizes for Twitter glitch forcing some users to follow Trump’s @POTUS
- Trump said to elevate Ajit Pai to FCC chairman - POLITICO
- Apple sues Qualcomm for $1 billion
- Matt Cutts officially resigns from Google
- At trial, Zuckerberg is “highly confident” Oculus built its own technology
- The cost of hot selfie app Meitu? A healthy dose of your personal info | TechCrunch
- Squirrel 'threat' to critical infrastructure - BBC News
- Samsung Investigation Blames Battery Size for Galaxy Note 7 Fires
- All United Airlines Domestic Flights Grounded by Computer Outage