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April 29 2017

04:15
03:05

Would you leave your Amazon Echo or Google Home for an Apple smart speaker? (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 82) - CNET

Apple's working on an Echo-like smart speaker of its own. Apple is testing its autonomous vehicle platform, and it also wants in on peer-to-peer payments with Apple Pay.
03:05
Would you leave your Amazon Echo or Google Home for an Apple smart speaker? (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 82) - CNET
03:00
Crunch Report | Elon Musk’s Tunnel Vision Gets Rendered
02:23
Trump's big EPA website change should make you furious
01:49
Military social network wants you to hire a vet for your next tech opening
01:01
City of Portland may subpoena Uber for details on Greyball program
00:49
Merriam-Webster’s ‘sheeple’ definition uses Apple fanboys example
00:45
00:28
The NSA's massive surveillance operation is now just a little less massive
00:22
Former NSA director explains why the spy agency will end a controversial surveillance technique
00:19

You can thank KFC for inspiring Mortal Kombat's Reptile - CNET

During NetherRealm Creative Director Ed Boon's Injustice 2 tour, we talk about Easter eggs in his games and the moment he knew it would never be the same.
00:19
You can thank KFC for inspiring Mortal Kombat's Reptile - CNET
00:11
Amazon is shutting down its ‘Underground Actually Free’ program that gives away free Android apps
00:01
Galaxy J3 Prime arrives at T-Mobile: 5″ HD display, 5MP camera, Nougat
00:00
Jack Dorsey just spent $9.5M buying more Twitter stock

April 28 2017

23:43
Whoops. Millions of Android phones are wide open to hackers
23:40
23:35

Yik Yak is finally relegated to the dustbin of Internet history

Enlarge / Tyler Droll, CEO of Yik Yak (L) and Brooks Buffington, COO, of Yik Yak, won the Fastest Rising Startup award at the TechCrunch 8th Annual Crunchies Awards at the Davies Symphony Hall on February 5, 2015 in San Francisco, California. (credit: Steve Jennings / Getty Images News)

Well, it’s official.

On Friday, the Yik Yak app officially closed up shop. The company’s founders, Tyler Droll and Brooks Buffington, wrote up a short blog post saying that they would be “winding down the Yik Yak app over the coming week as we start tinkering around with what’s ahead for our brand, our technology, and ourselves.” (What that means in plain English, we have no idea.)

Droll and Buffington confirmed the recent acquisition of its engineering team by Square, and they said it “feels like a great fit.”

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23:32

Apple, others want to tweak California's self-driving car rules - CNET

The input, posted online by the DMV, includes suggestions by Lyft, Tesla, Uber, Waymo and dozens of others.
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