TechSummit Rewind 207

CME will launch a bitcoin futures exchange, Twitter says that anti-Muslim tweets retweeted by Trump are “permitted based on current media policy,” and Google makes a Raspberry Pi computer vision kit


TechSummit Rewind 206

The Justice Department sues AT&T over its proposed merger with Time Warner, Uber will buy up to 24,000 self-driving SUVs from Volvo, Amazon Web Services launches a Secret Region for intelligence agencies, a look at the week ahead, and a whole lot more

TechSummit Rewind 205

Twitter unveils new guidelines for verified accounts, Google Assistant gets updated with developer support for Spanish, Italian, and other languages, and Square Cash tests cryptocurrency

TechSummit Rewind 204

Alibaba sells $25.4B of products on Singles Day, Amazon extends its Influencer Program to Twitter & Instagram, AOL will shutter its Alto email service on Dec. 10, & a look at the week ahead

TechSummit Rewind 203

Snap’s earnings, Waymo now offers free driverless car rides in Phoenix, & Uber’s CEO announces new “cultural norms”

TechSummit Rewind 202

Apple’s Q4 earnings, YouTube Kids adds multiple profiles tailored to children’s ages & parental controls, and Qualcomm sues Apple after alleging that they breached a licensing contract

TechSummit Rewind 201

YouTube TV rolls out on Apple TV, Roku, & Xbox One, iPhone sales grow in China for the first time in six quarters, & Square launches a $999 point-of-sale device for larger businesses

TechSummit Rewind 200

Twitter begins labeling political ads, Delphi acquires NuTonomy, & iPhone X will be available for walk-in customers on launch day

TechSummit Rewind 199

Google’s first mobile chip is an image processor hidden inside the Pixel 2, Microsoft’s internal bug tracking database was hacked in 2013, & Google launches an Advanced Protection setting to further lock down accounts

TechSummit Rewind 198

KRACK WiFi exploits open traffic to eavesdropping, Facebook buys tbh, & Apple will appeal a $400M judgement in VirnetX’s patent infringement case