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Weekly#230

  • Google reportedly offered $30 billion to acquire Snapchat
  • Ethereum miners are renting Boeing 747s to ship graphics cards…AMD’s strong earnings due to digital currency mining demand for its graphics cards
  • Spotify has more than 60 million subscribers now
  • The hyperloop just had its fastest test yet, nearly hitting 200 mph
  • California Goes All In – 100 Percent Renewable Energy By 2045…It would set in place a goal to produce 50 percent renewable energy by 2030 and 100 percent renewable energy by 2045…
  • Ikea now sells solar panels and batteries in the UK
  • The BBC just built an experimental iPlayer that knows who you are by your voice
  • “…Apple sold 41 million iPhones during the quarter, up slightly from 40.4 million a year earlier, while Mac sales rose slightly to 4.29 million units from 4.25 million units in the year-ago quarter following the introduction of a number of updated Macs in June…”
  • Game of Thrones script reportedly obtained by hackers
  • “...Instagram is most popular for people younger than 25, who the company says spend an average of more than 32 minutes a day on the photo-sharing app
  • Alexa AI Hack Allows For Remote Eavesdropping
  • Mozilla launches experimental voice search, file-sharing and note-taking tools for Firefox
  • The Makers of Roomba Want to Share Maps of Users’ Homes With Smart Tech Companies
  • Tesla saw about 63,000 cancellations of Model 3 preorders. The company had a total of 518,000 preorders but 455,000 net orders at last count.
  • Jack Dorsey wants Wall Street to know that Square Cash can be a real business. Square Cash, the company’s free, digital money-transfer service.
  • Tesla is worth more than Ford and GM, despite having just 1 percent of their sales
  • Since the iPhone launched, Apple has made as much as Microsoft and Alphabet combined
  • Blockchain-Enabled Electric Car Charging Comes to California.”…the company launched a beta test of a distributed, peer-to-peer charging marketplace in California that lets drivers pay each other for use of their home chargers…
  • Data Science Simplified: Principles and Process
  • First human embryo editing experiment in U.S. ‘corrects’ gene for heart condition
  • Why the death of the iPod nano is also the end of a gadget era
  • Developing product management disciplines that drive digital transformation
  • TED Talk : Tristan Harris

  • TED Talk : Marc Raibert, founder of Boston Dynamics : Meet Spot, the robot dog that can run, hop and open doors