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Last Week's Tech News Weekly
Is Windows 11 more than a centered Start menu? • The massive Twitch data leak. • Paddle's plans to be first to iOS with its 3rd party in-app payment system. • A valued drive that met an untimely death and what it means for digital memories.
CNET presents in 10 minutes: All-new Project Starline, Google Maps features, new Android 12 features, full Wear OS reveal for watches, a ton of new updates to all of its apps and devices and more at I/O 2021.
Latest news: Privacy organizations call for facial recognition to be regulated or even banned • How China’s massive Digital Silk Road project threatens privacy around the globe • Google misled Android users and more.
While it is very hard to define a universal set of ethics or norms and every country has different rules around data privacy and surveillance, it is clear that we need to put collective digital privacy rights in place.
What the recent ransomware attach might mean for the security of US infrastructure. • Facebook plans an Instagram for kids and 44 state AGs don't want it. • The new Connectivity Standards Alliance • HTC’s new VR headsets.
The Epic Games and Apple trial. Messaging service Signal says Facebook blocked their ads. Google is enabling two-factor authentication on all accounts. Amazon drivers say they're being encouraged to drive recklessly.
Learn more about five top headsets based upon quality, features, price and value: DESTEK V5 VR, Sony PlayStation VR, Oculus Quest 2, OIVO 3D VR For Nintendo, Switch and Oculus Rift S PC-Powered VR Gaming Headset.
Jon Rettinger is back after his days on the Techno Buffalo Channel where he tried and tested more gadgets and gizmos than one can count, but he now has a list of his favorite and most used tech for you.
New game-changers such as Artificial Intelligence (Ai), the Internet of Things (IoT), new human-machine interfaces (such as voice-control and intelligent bots) can lead transformation and bring new opportunities to business.
Samsung has unveiled two new members of its Galaxy Book line. Both devices come in 13-inch and 15-inch sizes, all four configurations include AMOLED screens, and they’re powered by Intel’s latest 11th-Gen processors.