With more and more virtual personal assistants entering our homes via smartphones and other “smart” devices, obvious privacy concerns are sure to rise. This week a prime example of why the concern is still real after Google picked up a Google Home Mini unit in person from a tech reviewer.
Also, Hyperloop One picks up another serious investor in Richard Branson of Virgin Group as they become Virgin Hyperloop One moving forward.
As always, there was plenty more to talk about, so have a listen and join us in the Tech Informist Community on Facebook to keep the discussion going.
Topics discussed include:
- Google Home Mini goes rogue
- Game Boy Classic coming in 2019 from Nintendo?
- SNES Classic now compatible with Hakchi2 to allow users to add more games to the system and is starting to show up more in stores
- T-Mobile ending unlimited LTE roaming to Mexico and Canada
- Joe Belfiore basically confirms that Microsoft is no longer focusing on the mobile phone hardware segment
- United States and Japan to battle it out on Twitch with robots on October 17, 2017
- Richard Branson invests in Hyperloop One rebranding it Virgin Hyperloop One
App, Entertainment & Hardware Picks:
- App – Stranger Things is on Android as well as iOS
- YouTube – Buzzfeed Unsolved
- Game – Shadow of War
- Videos – Movies Anywhere
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