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Last Week's Tech News Weekly
Apple's big self-service repair program. • What's so special about Valve's Steam Deck and when it's expected to release. • The shady data privacy practices of Amazon. • The FTC cracks down on subscription companies that require Call to Cancel.
Facebook's Oculus hardware will begin to show ads and why that's intrusive. • Highlights from the E3 games conference. • The ways Amazon makes consumers who buy some of its products beta testers of half-baked ideas.
Bioo is generating electricity from the organic matter in soil and creating biological batteries to power agricultural sensors, a growing $1.36 billion global market. Could biology help power the largest cities?
How ransomware attacks are impacting everyday people. A review of Google's new Pixel Buds A-Series. Tidbits you might have missed from Apple's WWDC Keynote. An FBI operation aimed at encrypted criminal activity.
On This Week in Google, Leo Laporte, Stacey Higginbotham, Ant Pruitt, and Jeff Jarvis discuss the reaction to Amazon's upcoming activation of its Sidewalk feature and why many journalists are overreacting.
From the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite and 10T Lite, to the Oppo A74, Realme 8 5G and Moto G50, these are budget-friendly smartphones that have hit the UK, for under £400 ($567.51), with some as cheap as £150 ($212.81).
How bad is Bitcoin for the planet? And does Elon Musk’s radical U-turn mark the beginning of the end for the crypto revolution? Join in a trip down the mines for an unflinching look at the energy consumption of Bitcoin