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TechNN Archive: Wednesday, July 18, 2018


General Interest
  • "Corning's new Gorilla Glass 6 will let your phone survive 15 drops: But its scratch resistance remains the same as previous generations" The Verge 1:05 PM
  • "Thousands of US voters' data exposed by robocall firm" ZDNet 11:29 AM
  • "Zuckerberg: If someone gets fired for data abuse 'it should be me'" CNET 1:37 PM
  • "Mark Zuckerberg says Holocaust deniers are making an honest mistake: Facebook recommits to providing a platform for misinformation" The Verge 1:24 PM
  • "Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Recode Decode: Full transcript" Recode 10:14 AM
  • "Samsung is reportedly planning to release its foldable Galaxy X smartphone later this year" Business Insider 9:49 AM
  • "Amazon sells more than 100 million products on Prime Day event" Reuters 8:58 AM
  • "Walmart Reportedly Considers Cloning Netflix to Beat Amazon" Gizmodo 10:43 AM
  • "Walmart is reportedly building a video streaming service to take on Netflix" The Next Web 8:34 AM
  • "A $225 GPS spoofer can send autonomous vehicles into oncoming traffic *" Ars Technica 8:30 AM
  • "Brits can't get enough of Netflix and Amazon Prime" CNNMoney 8:28 AM
  • "Rising Seas Could Cause Your Next Internet Outage" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:20 AM
  • "Elon Musk, DeepMind founders, and others sign pledge to not develop lethal AI weapon systems" The Verge 8:07 AM
  • "Google's latest move to crack China: A WeChat game" CNNMoney 8:43 AM
  • "The woman with the power to tear Google apart said a breakup might not be the best idea" Business Insider 8:43 AM
  • "Google warns Android might not remain free because of EU decision: An unlikely warning" The Verge 8:06 AM
  • "Millions are battling mental illness — these entrepreneurs are trying to tackle it via technology" Business Insider 8:05 AM
  • "Official: The shape of the smartphone is changing forever/Taller, narrower, and (some) notchier" The Register 7:58 AM
  • "T-Mobile Edges Out Verizon in Carrier Speed Showdown" PC Magazine 7:48 AM
  • "T-Mobile takes fastest carrier crown: Ookla/T-Mobile is the fastest mobile carrier in the US, according to Ookla's speed tests, with Minneapolis clocking the fastest download speeds out of all 50 states." ZDNet 7:47 AM