Aug 26th 2018
This Week in Tech 681
That Grips My Muffin
- Tech companies are meeting in secret to discuss election security.
- FB wants your MRI to train its AI.
- The nightmare that is Facebook moderation.
- Refuse to unlock your phone in Australia ---> go to jail for 10 years.
- It's still very hard to figure out how to stop Google from tracking you.
- New iPhones coming September 12th, we think.
- Verizon throttles firefighters.
- IMB patents thought-powered drones that deliver coffee straight to your mouth.
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- Tech Companies Are Gathering For A Secret Meeting To Prepare A 2018 Election Strategy
- How Facebook -- yes, Facebook -- might make MRIs faster
- Leaked docs and sources describe Facebook's content moderation apparatus
- Beyond Porridge and Boiled Mutton: A Taste of London
- Google refused an order to release huge amounts of data. Will other companies bow under pressure? - The Washington Post
- Australians who won’t unlock their phones could face 10 years in jail
- Deadly shooting at video game tournament in Jacksonville, Florida
- Man sues over Google’s “Location History” fiasco, case could affect millions | Ars Technica
- Google Data Collection Research
- 2018 iPhone Pre-orders to Take Place on September 14 According to German Carriers - Mac Rumors
- Exclusive: A Ukrainian black market dealer is responsible for recent flood of Pixel 3 XL leaks | 9to5Google
- KSI and Logan Paul’s $10 YouTube fight proved Twitch pirates always win
- Verizon throttled fire department’s “unlimited” data during Calif. wildfire | Ars Technica
- Verizon couldn't have restricted Santa Clara County's internet service during the fires under net neutrality
- IBM patents drone-delivery of coffee straight to your mouth
- Epic's first Fortnite Installer allowed hackers to download and install anything on your Android phone silently
- Arm Unveils Client CPU Performance Roadmap Through 2020 - Taking Intel Head On
- Intel reportedly convinced Microsoft not to choose ARM for Surface Go