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TechNN Archive: Sunday, June 10, 2018
 

 

General Interest
  • "Early Pixel 3 XL Leaks Disappoint Critics" Thurrott 4:47 PM
  • "Liveblog: The PC Gaming Show at E3 2018/Some of PC gaming's biggest hardware and software makers gather together once more." Ars Technica 4:30 PM
  • "Inventor says Google is patenting work he put in the public domain: Creator of a breakthrough compression algorithm fights to keep it patent-free." Ars Technica 8:22 AM
  • "Ben Heck's Atari 5200: Making a better controller/An exercise in rebuilding rusty old game controllers from scratch." Engadget 8:20 AM
  • "Donating money to homeless people using your phone" BBC 6/9
  • "Norman is a psychopathic AI obsessed with murder, thanks to Reddit" Neowin 6/9
  • "Google Will Finally Release Its Own Podcasts App" Thurrott 6/9
  • "How did hacker Adrian Lamo die? Medical examiner couldn't figure it out: Examiners found a sticker on his thigh identifying him with 'Project Vigilant.'" Ars Technica 6/9
  • "Google Search to let you follow World Cup matches in real-time" The Economic Times 6/9
  • "Frontier Communications' password bug lets anyone into your account" Engadget 6/8
  • "Password reset flaw at internet giant Frontier allowed account takeovers" ZDNet 6/8
  • "Gmail for Android now lets you customize swipe actions" The Verge 6/8
  • "Google says it will continue to work with the military on AI, but won't get involved in weapons or spying" BetaNews 6/8
  • "Chromebook vs Laptop in 2018: Can it replace your Windows Computer? | Android Central" Android Central 6/8
  • "Chrome OS is fixing its app problem with Progressive Web Apps" Engadget 6/8
  • "Facebook will send fewer 'you are now connected' Messenger reminders" Engadget 6/8
  • "Why Facebook's secret data-sharing deal with Huawei has the US concerned" The Verge 6/8
  • "Facebook bug makes millions of users' private posts public" BetaNews 6/8
  • "Airbnb creates $10M fund to cover cancelled reservations in Japan after regulatory shift" TechCrunch 6/8
  • "GamesBeat Decides 84: Valve no speak good" VentureBeat 6/8
  • "Mozilla's building an open source dataset for speech recognition" VentureBeat 6/8
  • "How to follow every keynote at E3 2018" The Verge 6/8
  • "Workday acquires Rallyteam to fuel machine learning efforts" TechCrunch 6/8
  • "Verizon names tech chief CEO, prioritizes 5G network over content" Reuters 6/8
  • "Hans Vestberg to take over as Verizon's CEO in August" TechCrunch 6/8
  • "Waymo wants to bring self-driving taxis to Europe" Engadget 6/8
  • "Uber and Lyft confirm that they want to expand to offer electric scooters" The Verge 6/8
  • "Uber is set to join the San Francisco scooter craze" Engadget 6/8
  • "Autonomous shuttle buses become the new Las Vegas wedding venue" ZDNet 6/8
  • "GM is supplying next-gen batteries for Honda EVs" Engadget 6/8
  • "Yahoo Messenger will shut down on July 17th" Engadget 6/8
  • "Oath is killing off Yahoo Messenger on July 17" BetaNews 6/8
  • "Yahoo Messenger is shutting down on July 17, redirects users to group messaging app Squirrel" TechCrunch 6/8
  • "Here are all the phones with headphone jacks you can buy right now" The Verge 6/8
  • "Doctor Smart uses blockchain technology to provide instant global health care" VentureBeat 6/8
  • "E3 chief says not all of gaming's big secrets are spoiled yet" VentureBeat 6/8
  • "EA Play aims to draw 40,000 players as it kicks off E3" VentureBeat 6/8
  • "Onrush is basically Overwatch on wheels" The Verge 6/8
  • "J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot expands into gaming with China's Tencent" Engadget 6/8
  • "'Stranger Things' novel will tell the story of Eleven's mother" Engadget 6/8
  • "Makers of 'Life Is Strange' announce psychological thriller 'Twin Mirror'" Engadget 6/8
  • "Stranger Things is getting a prequel tie-in novel" The Verge 6/8
  • "Fortnite players are pretending to protect the president, and it's amazing" The Verge 6/8