Mark Zuckerberg and an Instagram kids app. • Spotify’s free gadget called Car Thing. • Apple's upcoming Spring event. • Twitter’s Responsible Machine Learning study. The FCC is finally cracking down on robocalls.
A TWiT panel discusses old Tweets in the timeline that can damage your “now” using the example of the Editor in Chief of Teen Vogue stepping down due to some racist tweets from her teenage years. Fair or not?
Tesla's investments into Bitcoin and why it might not be great to buy a car with crypto. • Super Mario is dead (sort of), and so are PS3 digital games sales. • About NFTs in selling art. • Nest Hub 2 analyzes your sleep. And, more.
Join a discussion on a controversial matter: the return of the founder to the Free Software Foundation board of directors. The question: is it possible to separate free software and the community from political issues?
The second-generation $100 Nest Hub resembles its predecessor, but a new Soli chip can keep track as you toss and turn throughout the night. The new Nest Hub also has light, sound and temperature sensors.
Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, have exploded onto the digital art scene this past year. Proponents say they are a way to make digital assets scarce, and therefore more valuable. WSJ explains how they work.