Microsoft Windows 11 turns it up to...11
Microsoft unveiled Windows 11 this week and it's the first time Adam has been excited about a Microsoft event. Microsoft really brought the sexy to Windows 11, including a new layout, new features, and Android apps, whaaaat? It was a jam-packed show, and Adam gives you his take. Also, Adam takes a look at the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro in a tech yeah/mini-review segment.
Char-broiled living in Texas these days, but at least they're independent...
Ingenuity, the Mars helicopter is kicking up dust on the red planet in unusual ways, and scientists just got a lot busier.
Another week, another Clubhouse clone.
Sundar Pichai Faces Internal Criticism at Google (New York Times)
Sundar Pichai, is drawing a lot of criticism from within the ranks of Google.
Peloton Tread owners now forced into monthly subscription after recall (Bleeping Computer)
Peloton: All Owners of $4,000 Tread+ Must Pay $39 Membership to Use (Business Insider)
Peloton is forcing owners to subscribe to their service to use their treadmills.
Sony announced the Xperia ! mark iii earlier this year and now we have pricing and preorder dates.
Effective immediately: You need a drone license before you fly in the US (Android Authority)
The FAA has gone full reverse Oprah. EVERYONE NEEDS A LICENSE!!!
Lenovo's latest ThinkPads include a 16-inch X1 Extreme (Android Authority)
Lenovo dropped a few laptops and chromebooks, but by far the most notable is the Thinkpad X1 Extreme.
Annotating Apple’s Anti-Sideloading White Paper (Daring Fireball)
Apple released a 16 page whitepaper this week detailing exactly why it won't allow sideloading apps.
A report came out of the BBC of an Amazon warehouse in England that over 130,000 products stored in the fulfillment center were marked for destruction in a week.
John Macafee was found dead in a Spanish prison this week just hours after his extradition to the United States was approved.
Scientists Have Invented a Straw That Claims to Instantly Cure Hiccups (Lifehacker Australia)
And finally, scientists have invented a straw that can supposedly cure hiccups.