Dec 1st 2019
This Week in Tech 747
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This Week's Stories
- .org being sold off is a much bigger deal than you think
- Apple erases Jony Ive, brings back thicker iPhones, decent MacBook keyboards, and the cheese grater Mac Pro
- AMD cleans up on Black Friday. Intel, not so much
- Who should buy the Apple Pro Display XDR monitor?
- Why is HDR important?
- Why Hololens is succeeding where Google Glass failed
- Why aren't video games perfectly realistic yet?
- Apple bows to Russia, shows Crimea as Russian in Apple Maps
- Facebook thinks political lies are fine everywhere but Singapore
- Alexa is very, very, disappointed in you
- Are US presidential candidates using enough email security?
- California DMV sold my data
- Tim Berners-Lee still wants to save the web
- Windows 7 has 45 days to live
- We are really, truly, finally out of IPv4 addresses
- Dubai Police force buys Tesla Cybertrucks
- Record Black Friday - 40% of purchases made on smartphones
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- Jony Ive Removed From Apple's Leadership Page
- Apple changes Crimea map to meet Russian demands
- Alexa can now sound excited or disappointed
- Facebook adds corrective label on user's post under new Singapore fake news law
- Only a few 2020 US presidential candidates are using a basic email security feature | TechCrunch
- The California DMV Is Making $50M a Year Selling Drivers’ Personal Information - VICE
- Black Friday sees record $7.4B in online sales, $2.9B spent using smartphones | TechCrunch
- Internet Society CEO: Most people don't care about the .org sell-off – and nothing short of a court order will stop it
- Sir Tim Berners-Lee launches Contract for the Web, backed by 150+ organizations
- Tesla Cybertruck will serve and protect with Dubai police force - Roadshow
- No more IPv4 adresses left in the world, again