AMD Ryzen process look good!
Netflix blunder is nothing new now. This is the same thing every business is doing. Hate a specific group because it is socially acceptable. The best argument is that if you did this to any other group, that would be horrible. However, why is it acceptable to do it to white people? Netflix should be prepared for some loss in subscribers and a hit in their revenue. People will vote with their wallets. Be prepared.
Twitter looks to be marching towards censorship. This is looking more like a full control on what people can say on their network. Funny thing, when they were new, they wanted public discourse. Now, they would rather tell you it's not good.
Android Wear 2.0 and new smartwatches are coming
Over half internet traffic come from bots
Microsoft to do a slight design refresh for Windows 10
Traveling to the US, well, you could be asked for your social media accounts
Senator Warren “silenced” took to Facebook Live
Netflix, this is going to hurt
Pinterest launches new tools
Facebook lite grows
Ahhh Facebook, this may not go well
Flipboard 4.0 and fake news
There's a hacked Amazon Dash for the ACLU
Periscope head now oversees all live on Twitter
AMD Ryzen news
Google Pixel audio bug fixed
Twitter marches towards censorship
5G is coming soon
Google release data on its Android versions
YouTue live being pushed to more users
The iPhone could cost over 1,000 dollars
There could be new Macbooks coming
Apps/Programs to try this week:
Paws from Trello
Highlights from the Show:
US government you are telling potential terrorist to never use their social media accounts because you watch them.
Twitter use to be about expressing your ideas, now it's about being safe.
Flipboard, creating echo chambers is why fake news is a big problem. You are the problem.
Netflix this going to hurt you.
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