This week, Donald Trump is insecure, but Peter Thiel is still supportive. Tesla goes fully autonomous, Netflix takes over Hollywood (and CBS steps up to challenge), and Red Dead Redemption shoots for 2017…and much, much more!
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, Apple’s new announcements, the FBI finds another way into Apple encryption, Google says goodbye to robots, an Intel founder passes on, and absolutely no VR porn…All this and more on The Drill Down.
The Drill Down welcomes (again) Geeks Of Doom columnist Tom Cheredar as a regular member of The Drill Down team (Yay!!), as we discuss (yet again) Facebook privacy breaches as it’s discovered they’re sending personal user info to advertisers, a site that lets you search users Facebook updates, and how your office copier is spying on you in an unbelievable way. We also cover the brief fall (and rise) of The Pirate Bay, Google TV, Encrypted Google search, Google celebrates Pac-Man’s 30th anniversary, the creation of artificial life, and two of the best reviewed new videogames of the year.