March 10, 2021

Wed. 03/10 – Now The Hackers Are In The Security Cams

Hackers breached the security cameras used by everybody from prisons and hospitals to Tesla factories. Why you will no longer “subscribe” to this podcast, but will “follow” it. Why T-Mobile is signing everyone up to have their usage data tracked by advertisers. And Facebook’s 10 year roadmap for AR and VR.

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Links:Hackers Breach Thousands of Security Cameras, Exposing Tesla, Jails, Hospitals (Bloomberg)Apple slashes planned iPhone 12 mini production for 1H (NikkeiAsia)Google links Android phones to Chromebooks with new Phone Hub feature (The Verge)TikTok adds new comment controls to discourage bullying (Engadget)'Follow our podcast': Apple Podcasts to stop using 'subscribe' (Podnews)T-Mobile to Step Up Ad Targeting of Cellphone Customers (WSJ)Amazon has over 800 people working on its secretive 'Vesta' home robot — but insiders are worried that it's a niche, gimmicky product that could fail (Insider)Inside Facebook Reality Labs: The Next Era of Human-Computer Interaction (Tech@Facebook)Facebook's ready to talk about how its AR glasses will work with neural wristbands (CNET)Samsung sets March 17 for its second Unpacked event of 2021 (CNET)


Hackers breached the security cameras used by everybody from prisons and hospitals to Tesla factories. Why you will no longer “subscribe” to this podcast, but will “follow” it. Why T-Mobile is signing everyone up to have their usage data tracked by advertisers. And Facebook’s 10 year roadmap for AR and VR.

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