On this episode of Digital Tendencies Reside, hosts Greg Nibler and Nicole Raney dig into the most important trending tales in tech, together with a $170 million greenback advantageous for YouTube over baby privateness violations, Fb’s resolution to cease utilizing facial recognition by default in your pictures, the flexibility to pay at Entire Meals with simply your hand, an area resort, and rather more.
Jess Surbaugh, reserving producer at Digital Tendencies, later joins Nibler to debate the Tv Critics Awards press tour. They’ll give a behind-the-scenes have a look at Amazon’s “Undone,” HBO’s “His Darkish Supplies,” and Netflix’s “Inexperienced Eggs And Ham.”
Then Nibler sits down with DT’s Luke Larsen to unbox the brand new Asus Zenbook Professional Duo, a dual-screen laptop computer geared toward creators.
We then communicate with Frank Mong, chief working officer of Helium, the world’s first peer-to-peer wi-fi community owned and operated by shoppers.
Vik Pavate, chief government officer of Locix, joins this system to debate the necessity for monitoring options the place GPS can’t operate, reminiscent of inside warehouses or different buildings.