May 20th 2018
This Week in Tech 667
Give Me your History Hat
Microsoft's new Surface Hub 2. Google Duplex freaks everyone out. GDPR shouldn't freak people out - unless you work in adtech. Fortnite is coming to Android. Apple caves in to China again, pays some Irish taxes, and goes shopping for a new campus. Washington D.C is full of Stingray spy devices. Yanny or Laurel: depends on your speakers. US Copyright laws may be extended to protect Mickey Mouse for 144 years.
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- Microsoft's surface hub is designed for an office of the future.
- Questioning Duplex
- Does Google’s Duplex violate two-party consent laws?
- Maybe introducing Google Duplex at I/O wasn’t such a hot idea
- GDPR Hysteria · Jacques Mattheij
- GDPR will pop the adtech bubble
- Fortnite is coming to Android this summer
- Apple cracking down on CallKit apps in China App Store due to government regulation | 9to5Mac
- Apple pays Ireland first tranche of disputed taxes
- Apple’s Fourth U.S. Campus: Handicapping Where It Will Go
- Potential Spy Devices Which Track Cellphones, Intercept Calls Found All Over D.C., Md., Va. - NBC4 Washington
- A “serious” flaw has been found in PGP and S/MIME email encryption
- Yanny or Laurel? The internet is losing their mind over this viral audio clip
- Hands-on with the RED Hydrogen One, a wildly ambitious smartphone
- US Congress mulls extending copyright yet again – to 144 years
- RELATED: Mickey Mouse's Effect on US Copyright Law
- Senate votes to reinstate net neutrality — but it has a long way to go