This week, the tech world responds to BREXIT, Microsoft revises Asimov’s laws of robotics, Facebook & YouTube filter out extremist content, Facebook wants you to see more of your friends content, why the car in that ad may not be what you think it is, Boston Dynamics brings a robot to the home, and much, much more.
This week, a million Beautiful People get hacked, the FCC & cable boxes, racist apps & services?, how driverless trucks will change the economy, Tron comes to VR gaming …and much more this week on The Drill Down.
This week, crucial news for Windows QuickTime users, Netflix and Amazon Prime video price changes, BlackBerry’s encryption key is in the hands of the government, the future of VR, and should all locks have keys?
This week, Box software engineer Irving Ruan joins us as we tell you how to buy PC games on Amazon & save 20%. Plus, a new Echo in the works, T-Mobile pees on its customers and tells them it’s raining data, NYC subways move into the future, Netflix’s secret codes …All this and more on The Drill Down.
This week, Samsung vs. Apple– the final round?, Britain responds to terror on social media, has the real genius behind bitcoin finally been discovered?, and what happened to Apple design?!…All this and more … on The Drill Down.
The holiday season is coming up and The Drill Down would like you to be ready for it. So as we do every year around this time, we’ve prepared a list of what we consider the perfect gifts to give… and get this holiday. So before you stand around for hours this Black Friday, spend some time with us.
The future of television is an uncertain one, and things have just got even more unclear. Recent figures are showing that 150,000 US citizens decided to cancel their pay-TV subscriptions and move to on-demand services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime last year. Meanwhile, companies providing pay-TV packages are reporting that subscriptions are down by around 25,000 compared to previous years. It continues to show a trend of people cutting the cord and moving away from traditional methods of TV distribution, instead embracing the new online model being driven by certain tech giants. Continue reading →