This Week in Tech

Apr 3rd 2022

This Week in Tech 869

The Kids Are Alright

Hosted by Leo Laporte
Wyze camera flaw, E3 is over again, Dorsey apologizes for centralized web
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Category: News

Wyze camera flaw, E3 is over again, Dorsey apologizes for centralized web 

  • Wyze knew hackers could remotely access your camera for three years and said nothing.
  •  Lapsus$: Two UK teenagers charged with hacking for gang.
  •  Lapsus$ and SolarWinds hackers both use the same old trick to bypass MFA.
  •  E3 2022 - Digital and Physical - Has Officially Been Canceled.
  •  Sony merges PS Now and PS Plus to create a three-tier subscription service.
  •  There Are Only 2 Million Units Of Bitcoin Left To Mine -- Why Does It Matter?
  •  Ubiquiti seeks $425 million in damages against industry blogger Brian Krebs.
  •  Apple Is First Streamer to Win the Best Picture Oscar for ‘CODA’.
  •  Tim Cook’s Oscar Moment Didn’t Come Cheap.
  •  The guest's current WFH status.
  •  At GitHub You Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Office, But There Is A Nice One If You Do.
  •  Apple is at its best when it doesn’t know best.
  •  32" M8 UHD/4K Smart Monitor with Streaming TV and SlimFit Camera.
  •  Above Avalon: Apple Is in a League of Its Own.
  • Intel Core i3-12100 and i5-12400 review: Fast, affordable, and hard to criticize.
  • Jack Dorsey regrets his role in creating a centralized internet.
  •  Facebook paid a Republican strategy firm to malign TikTok.
  •  Waymo says fully driverless rides are coming to San Francisco.
  •  Elon Musk on Twitter: There will come a time in the future where people will be surprised that we let practically anyone drive a 2 ton death machine anywhere they want.
  •  Dyson’s bizarre new headphones have a built-in air purifier.

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