Jun 10th 2018
This Week in Tech 670
Go Theranos or Go Home
- A New Tech Manifesto by Baratunde: how to reinvent social media to improve all our lives.
- Apple's WWDC announcements: Screen Time restores balance to your life, memojis avoid the uncanny valley, ARKit 2 might (might) actually have usefull apps, Siri Shortcuts might (might) make Siri useful, macOS Mojave makes much-needed improvements to the Finder, tvOS gets Dolby Atmos.
- Gmail's improved design is headed your way.
- Microsoft buys GitHub: how MS went from a Windows monolith to an open-source champion.
- Computex's big announcements: Intel fudges some numbers, AMD's new Threadripper 2, and ASUS put a computer in your computer so you can compute while you compute.
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- Find Out What Google and Facebook Know About You by Baratunde
- A New Tech Manifesto by Baratunde
- Baratunde's The New Tech Manifesto: Live, Open Source Edition (aka #datafesto)
- Facebook Gave Device Makers Deep Access to Data on Users and Friends - The New York Times
- Funny: What if Facebook were a bar (video)
- The buzz after Apple’s WWDC 2018 keynote: Ho hum
- macOS Mojave update announced with dark mode, redesigned App Store, Apple News, and more
- Apple to bring iOS apps to macOS
- Apple Reveals iOS 12 With Digital Health Features, 'Screen Time' App, Group FaceTime, Memoji, and More
- Apple strips Facebook, Twitter integration from macOS Mojave
- Animoji and Memoji: Everything you need to know
- iOS 12: What you need to know about Siri's new Shortcuts feature
- All the New AR Features Coming to iPhones This Fall
- Apple business news curated by Apple. What a concept.
- When They Leave On Anthony Bourdain, and me, and you
- The new Gmail will roll out to all users next month
- Microsoft to acquire GitHub for $7.5 billion | Stories
- The next GitHub CEO promises Microsoft won't turn it into a 'swamp' of ads
- Intel Announces the Core i7-8086K: Coffee Lake at 5 GHz
- AMD tops Intel with its 32-core Threadripper 2, which will ship this year
- ASUS stuffed a screen into the ZenBook Pro 15's touchpad