This Week In Tech – April 28, 2020

Australia makes Facebook, Google and, others pay for news content, Apple Watch turns 5 years old, Motorola Hardware Event and, the Hubble Space Telescope turns 30. Like every week there’s more in the Other News section and an update on Let’s Talk Tech. Australia On Monday the government of Australia passed a regulation requiring Google and Facebook to pay local publishers to show snippets of the publisher’s articles that are shown in search, The idea isn’t new, in 2014 Google stopped offering Google News in Spain because of similar legislation. Both FB and Google released statements saying that they believe … Continue reading This Week In Tech – April 28, 2020

This Week In Tech – April 12 2020

I accidentally left this post unpublished it was meant to go up midday yesterday. This week Boeing decided to re-fly Starliner, Quibi launched, Sony showed off the controller for the PS5 and, you can get a free trial of Stadia. Also, Rocket Lab conducts a recovery test, there’s new Zoom news and, Apple and Google team up on contact-tracing tech. Like every week there‚Äôs more in the Other News section and the Interesting Things of the Week. Starliner In a press release on Monday, Boeing announced that they are going to re-fly an uncrewed test flight of Starliner. This is … Continue reading This Week In Tech – April 12 2020

This Week In Tech – April 5 2020

This week, the Warren campaign goes open source, NASA unveils a new mission to the Sun, Microsoft and Spotify have product updates, T-Mobile closes merger with Sprint and, the iPad is 10 years old. Like every week there’s more in the Other News section and the Interesting Things of the Week. Warren Campaign (This should have been in last weeks post because it was actually released that Friday but it only made the news on Sunday) Late Su.nday night it hit the news rhat Elezableth Warren’s campaign is open sourcing all their campaign software. Late Su.nday night it hit the … Continue reading This Week In Tech – April 5 2020