Dec 13th 2020
This Week in Tech 801
I Can't Believe It's Not Minecraft
Airpods Max, Cyberpunk 2077, US Treasury hack, Halo Band
- Hackers stole data from the US Treasury.
- FireEye was hacked by nation-state actors.
- Patriot Act used to gather website visitor logs.
- Facebook sued by the FTC on antitrust charges.
- High profile Facebook employees call out leadership.
- Apple unveils AirPods Max and they aren't cheap.
- Apple v. Google in 10 honest graphics.
- Apple is working on its own Cellular chip.
- Cyberpunk 2077 is just what Stadia needed to prove itself.
- What are the best games for the pandemic?
- Amazon's Halo Band is a privacy nightmare.
- Sundar Pichai gives a non-apology to Timnit Gebru.
- Leo's thoughts on the Galaxy Fold2.
- Disney unloads its huge plan for Disney+.
- HBO Max and the threat to movie theaters.
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- Apple introduces AirPods Max, the magic of AirPods in a stunning over-ear design
- Apple vs Google in 10 honest graphics
- Apple Starts Work on Its Own Cellular Modem, Chip Chief Says
- Apple CFO Luca Maestri and Jony Ive Reportedly Candidates for Ferrari CEO Position
- Stadia players get to enjoy Cyberpunk 2077 hours before console gamers in today's big launch
- Scoop: Google CEO pledges to investigate exit of top AI ethicist
- Sen. Klobuchar asks HHS about health-tracker privacy protections - The Washington Post
- FTC Sues Facebook for Illegal Monopolization
- Four key Facebook staffers who dealt with hateful or violent speech have left in recent weeks
- FireEye says some internal systems were hacked by nation state actors, compromising its Red Team tools
- U.S. Used Patriot Act to Gather Logs of Website Visitors
- Sources: state sponsored hackers stole information from the US Treasury
- Disney finally revealed the real Disney Plus
- HBO Max Has Reached 12.6 Million Activations, AT&T CEO John Stankey Reports, With Engagement Up 36% In Past Month