Forget TikTok. Feebly Secured Infrastructure Is Our Real Problem via @Techdirt
Quintessential Google: Millions of Android phones with accelerometers == data that could be used. In this case, privately and for good: earthquake detection. Every Android phone can become a little seismometer. Clever, and potentially life-saving:
Podcasts Coming to Amazon Music and Audible by @hartleycharlton
Google Maps Debuts New Apple Watch App and CarPlay Features by @julipuli
Fall Guys players will get a free in-game reward as a thank you from the developer 🎁
One other Big 12 note: Bob Bowlsby has consistently talked about following medical advice and research throughout this. During Sunday interview, he brought up concerns about myocarditis that have recently surfaced.
In a 2015 TED talk, Bill Gates warned that the biggest calamity of our time would not be a war, but a virus. He said we weren’t ready for the next epidemic. Turns out he was right. We talked with him in a new episode of our Get WIRED podcast. Listen:
Enjoyed these two posts from @TurnerNovak on ByteDance and Pinduoduo. Both truly remarkable and underrated businesses. , .
This Trump EO on China has such bad comma usage that it is not clear what it impacts including maybe the whole area of Shenzhen, China. I guess we need to start turning in all our mobile phones ASAP. What fatuous chucklehead wrote this?
That's not a shock wave. It’s a pressure wave—a key difference that affects the number of casualties expected. We had a blast injury specialist break down the physics of the Beirut explosion. Here's why they say videos like this scream “ammonium nitrate”:
The Kurdish language may be restricted in several countries, but dedicated volunteers are working in secret to keep the language alive on Wikipedia. Thanks to them, Wîkîpediya Kurdî has more than 30,000 articles! Learn some Kurdish vocab this #IndigenousDay 🔊