Feb 25th 2018
This Week in Tech 655
Banana Is Phone
Samsung announces 2 new phones as Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona. iCloud keys are stored in China. All 150 new emojis for 2018 revealed. Nokia's newest phone is a nod to The Matrix. GDPR and H.R. 1865 and their implications. Intel knew about flaws in chips but didn't mention it. Dropbox announces its IPO. Kylie Jenner's tweet takes down Snapchat and AT&T is taking advantage of the end of Net Neutraility.
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- Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2018
- Apple moves to store iCloud keys in China, raising human rights fears
- How I sold an old Mac and unknowingly had access to its location for over 3 years
- An Apple repair center accidentally called 911 about 1,600 times in four months — and no one knows why
- The Case Against Google - The New York Times
- Google debuts AdSense ‘auto ads’ with machine learning to make placement and monetization choices | TechCrunch
- How Trump Conqured FB without Russian Ads
- Nokia’s banana phone from The Matrix is back
- #TwitterLockOut !!
- Intel did not tell U.S. cyber officials about chip flaws until made public
- Kylie Jenner Tanks $1.3 Billion of Snapchat Parent's Market Value - Bloomberg
- The FCC’s order gutting net neutrality is now official — but the fight is just getting started | TechCrunch
- Dropbox Files for I.P.O., and Other ‘Unicorns’ Are Watching