In this episode we talk about:
- California recommending that you don't keep your smartphone anywhere near your body.
- Kroger is trying to innovate in the retail space to keep ahead of Amazon and Walmart.
- Google can now create a speaking bot that is indistinguishable from a real human.
- A Bitcoin multi-millionaire is donating $85m in Bitcoin to charity.
- Two major flaws have been discovered that affect nearly every computer, smartphone, and computing device in the world.
- HQ Trivia has built a huge following and it's now available on Android too.
- Netflix is watching you and is worried about some of your watching habits.
Plus two great tech recommendations.
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- Due to cell phone radiation, California recommends texting instead of talking — Quartz — California says the only safe way to talk on your cell phone is to text
- Kroger lets customers check out without registers or cashiers - Business Insider — Kroger is taking a direct shot at Amazon and Walmart and making checkout lanes obsolete
- Google's voice-generating AI is now indistinguishable from humans — Quartz
- Meet "Pine," the Bitcoin Philanthropist Who Set Up the $85 Million Pineapple Fund
- Huge Intel CPU Bug Allegedly Causes Kernel Memory Vulnerability With Up To 30% Performance Hit In Windows And Linux | HotHardware
- Researchers Discover Two Major Flaws in the World’s Computers
- Mitigations landing for new class of timing attack
- What is HQ Trivia, how to play, and how the app could take America by storm
- Netflix exposes their data analysis in a tweet
- Call Protect
- T-Mobile Call Protection
- Light | Home