Everyday Tech - Only 3 hours of gaming a week?!?
This week on Everyday Tech:
- A guy unlocked almost 2,000,000 AT&T phones
- Door Dash introduces on-demand alcohol delivery
- Twitter will pay over $800,000,000 in an anti-trust lawsuit
- iOS 15 is out, we'll have some of the new perks
- China is severely restricting teens access to gaming, are they on to something?
- and a ransomware attack on a farming co-op?
Everyday Tech - Facebook Had A Really Bad Day
This week on Everyday Tech:How a routine event brought down Facebook...How Telegram gained 70,000,000 users in one day...Google trolls Bing about Bing searches for GoogleYouTube TV and NBC Universal build a temporary bridge to nowhere...and You can now buy a keyboard that just copies and pastes.'All of this happened very fast': How a routine event brought everything down at Facebook | ZDNetTelegram gains 70M new users in just one day after Facebook outageAmazon is reportedly working on a smart fridgeGoogle is about to turn on two-factor authentication by default for millions of usersNetflix launches "Play Something" for Android usersYouTube Music will launch free background listening starting in CanadaBlue Origin is officially sending William Shatner to spaceAmazon Prime members can now send gifts with just a phone number or email addressGoogle says Bing users search for Google more than anything elseYouTube TV and NBCUniversal agree to 'short' extension to avoid channels disappearingPixel phones can automatically record and upload video in an emergencyFCC considers new rules to stop scammers from hijacking your cell phoneFacebook will now let you make group chats across Instagram and MessengerYou can now buy a keyboard that only copies and pastesAlphabet's laser-Internet system has sent 700TB of data with 99.9% uptime
Everyday Tech - Universal USB-C?
This week on Everyday Tech:The EU is pushing for across the board USB-C ports, including iPhonesAustralia’s Top Court Finds Media Companies Liable for Other People’s Facebook CommentsMicrosoft's Windows store is now open to third-party app storesRoblox and music publishers settle $200 million copyright lawsuitRoblox and music publishers settle $200 million copyright lawsuit | EngadgetMicrosoft's Windows store is now open to third-party app stores | Engadgethttps://www.wsj.com/articles/australias-top-court-finds-media-companies-liable-for-other-peoples-facebook-comments-11631096115?mod=article_inlineEU proposes mandatory USB-C on all devices, including iPhonesYour Ring doorbell can now tell you when you have a package on your doorstepCNN restricts access to its Facebook pages in Australia | EngadgetAlphabet's laser-Internet system has sent 700TB of data with 99.9% uptimeAndroid 6 and up will start stripping unused apps' permissions$5.9 million ransomware attack on farming co-op may cause food shortageAmazon has banned over 600 Chinese brands as part of review fraud crackdown | EngadgetRoku's new Streaming Stick 4K gets Dolby Vision, HDR10+ and better Wi-Fi | EngadgetMicrosoft Start is a personalized news feed designed for Windows 11, mobile, and more
Everyday Tech - The New iPhone 13 is here!
This week on Everyday Tech:The headline is the new iPhone 13Battery, storage and camera upgrades are heremacro photography and cinematic videoWhat apple phones will get a price drop and which will be discontinuedThe iPhone 13 lineup and everything else just announced: Our Apple event recapiPhone 13 is here, and Apple upgraded the battery, storage and camerasiPhone 13 Pro cameras: Why this pro photographer is excited for Apple's new flagshipiPhone 13 price and preorders: How to get Apple's new phones for $0, starting FridayOlder iPhone prices slashed: All the discounts and which phones Apple's getting rid ofiPhone 13 battery life adds several hours to a single charge, Apple saysFord, Argo, and Walmart are bringing robo-delivery to three US citiesMicrosoft Start is a personalized news feed designed for Windows 11, mobile, and moreWhatsApp fined $267 million for breaching EU privacy lawTwitter has plans to let users hide their old tweets