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Topics from this week’s show
- Xcode iOS Hack
- VIDEO Is iOS 9 really faster than iOS 8.x? Some say no
- Michael talked about Yik Yak and the dangers associated with it, and how to protect your children from getting to sites they shouldn’t be. He recommended OpenDNS Family Shield. They offer instructions on how to set it up on your home computer or router. Check them out here.
- iPhone 6s and 6s Plus to have smaller battery
- iOS 9 Adoption Rate over 50%
- Microsoft has developed their own Linux (its not for desktop PCs though)
- Google has 2 billion lines of code in their software
- Facebook to introduce temporary profile pictures
- Spying agency in UK says stop using difficult passwords
- Military testing Google robots
- Robot revolution sweeping floors in China
- Samsung may follow Apple in phone purchase program
- Apple trademarks HomeKit Icon–Release soon?
- Apple car development ramps up–2019 release date?
- Apple releases new ‘Switch to iOS App’ for Android
- American Airlines offers bag tracking
- Apple Watch alerts athlete to life-threatening condition
- PETA sues to give money copyright over selfies
- OPM Hack – 56M stolen fingerprints
- Stress detecting car seat
- Drones will soon be armed with high energy lasers
This Week in Tech History
September 19, 1982 – 33 years ago
Professor Scott Fahlman of Carnegie Mellon University proposes the first known use of emoticons. Use of emoticons became widespread in the 80s and 90s, but the origin remained unknown until September 10, 2002. This is when the original message was retrieve from a backup tape.
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