July 23, 2019

Tues. 7/23 - Intel Outside


Apple may buy Intel’s floundering 5G chip division, new rumored iPhone models seem like modest bumps, the attorney general dreams of an impossible encryption backdoor, a Facebook design flaw potentially exposed children to strangers, the NSA consolidates cybersecurity, Uber tests an all-in-one subscription plan, a suit against AT&T over a cryptocurrency theft can proceed, and winking face money bag 100% you should use emoji at work. Sponsors Pixel Union Marketing by Moe Links: Apple in Advanced Talks to Buy Intel’s Smartphone-Modem Chip Business (WSJ) Apple to release three ‘iPhone 11’ models this fall, including A13 chip, new Taptic Engine, more (9to5mac) US attorney general says encryption creates security risk (AP) AG Barr and Trump Want to Open Government Backdoors into Americans’ Personal Devices Video Available Here (Ron Wyden statement) Facebook design flaw let thousands of kids join chats with unauthorized users (The Verge) NSA Forms Cybersecurity Directorate Under More Assertive U.S. Effort (WSJ) Uber tests monthly subscription that combines Eats, rides, bikes and scooters (TechCrunch) Cryptocurrency investor’s $224 million suit against AT&T over stolen coins moves forward (CNBC) Yes, You Actually Should Be Using Emojis at Work (WSJ)