Jul 22nd 2018
This Week in Tech 676
Falling Asleep as the Robots Wake Up
Voting machine vulnerabilities, flying cars in underground tunnels, Apple's new MacBooks are hot hot hot!, and more.
- The future is flying cars! (Or not-flying cars, perhaps holes in the ground.)
- Apple's new MacBooks suffering from thermal throttling - is it the end for Intel?
- Google hit with $5 billion fine by EU for Android shenanigans.
- Will Fuschia be Google's one OS to rule them all?
- EU works on new laws of robotics.
- Google Translate starts spouting prophesy.
- Jeff Bezos is the richest man in history, but still gets his own hoagies.
- Elon Musk settles his farting unicorn feud.
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- Top Voting Machine Vendor Admits It Installed Remote-Access Software on Systems Sold to States - Motherboard
- Mac Rumors: YouTuber Claims 15-Inch MacBook Pro With Upgraded Core i9 Chip is Severely Throttled Due to Thermal Issues
- Intel to Acquire eASIC – Adding to Our Programmable Solutions Talent and Capabilities | Intel Newsroom
- 3D XPoint Is At A Crossroads - Can Intel and Micron Deliver? - Gestalt IT
- Making Sense of Intel & Micron’s XPoint Breakup | The Memory Guy
- Google fined a record $5 billion by the EU for Android antitrust violations - The Verge
- Android has created more choice, not less - Sundar Pichai
- Project ‘Fuchsia’: Google Is Quietly Working on a Successor to Android - Bloomberg
- The EU drafts laws of robotics
- Why Is Google Translate Spitting Out Sinister Religious Prophecies? - Motherboard
- Google just launched a bizarre AI experiment called 'Move Mirror'
- Jeff Bezos Becomes the Richest Man in Modern History, Topping $150 Billion
- Elon Musk's farting unicorn fight settled