Jan 17th 2021
This Week in Tech 806
Make Hella Happen
CES 2021, Samsung Galaxy S21, Section 230, escaping big tech, Clubhouse
- Misinformation has slowed now that Trump is off Twitter.
- Denise describes the effects of Section 230 on big tech.
- Is it possible for someone to escape big tech if they want to?
- Germany and France don't agree with Trump's deplatforming.
- Is CES 2021 the model for trade shows going forward?
- IoT at the Consumer Electronics Show.
- Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S21 series smartphone.
- Galaxy S21 will not support MST payments.
- Samsung Galaxy SmartTag with UWB support.
- Justine and David spot the biggest trends from CES 2021.
- GM announced BrightDrop for commercial electric vehicles.
- Google's acquisition of Fitbit is complete.
- Apple might soon charge for certain podcasts.
- Justine introduces Leo to Clubhouse.
- Are TikTok's new age limitations good for users?
- Differences between Huawei and Xiaomi in the eyes of the US.
- Intel CEO Bob Swan is out, Pat Gelsinger is in.
- Walmart's e-commerce chief's city of the future.
- Bill Gates and all of his collection of farmland.
- From petabytes to hellabytes.
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- CES 2021: The World’s Largest Tech Show Trades Las Vegas for Cyberspace - WSJ
- CES 2021: A deep breath for the smart home to determine its future
- GM Launches ‘BrightDrop’ Brand For Electric Commercial Vehicles
- Samsung announces the Galaxy S21 series with (slightly) more humble prices
- Samsung's Galaxy S21 won't support MST for contactless payments in the US
- The Samsung Galaxy SmartTag helps you find your misplaced keys, wallet, and more
- A Few More Thoughts On The Total Deplatforming Of Parler & Infrastructure Content Moderation
- Misinformation dropped dramatically the week after Twitter banned Trump
- Inside Twitter’s Decision to Cut Off Trump
- Germany and France Oppose Trump’s Twitter Exile
- Section 230
- Google completes Fitbit acquisition
- TikTok makes accounts of users aged 13 to 15 private by default, limiting who can comment on the videos
- Intel CEO Bob Swan to step down, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger to replace him
- More Questions as Expert Recreates Chinese Super Micro Hardware Hack
- EXCLUSIVE-Trump administration adds China's Comac, Xiaomi to Chinese military blacklist
- Bill Gates: America’s Top Farmland Owner
- Quixotic Californian crusade to officially recognize the hellabyte and hellagram is going hella nowhere
- Walmart’s e-commerce chief is leaving to build “a city of the future”