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  • Writer's pictureAdam Doud

Microsoft Windows 11 turns it up to...11

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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.

Texas Power Companies Are Remotely Raising Temperatures on Residents' Smart Thermostats (Gizmodo)

Char-broiled living in Texas these days, but at least they're independent...

Mars helicopter kicks up 'cool' dust clouds — and unexpected science News 16 JUN 21 (

Ingenuity, the Mars helicopter is kicking up dust on the red planet in unusual ways, and scientists just got a lot busier.

Facebook's Live Audio Rooms Testing Has Begun in the US (Lifewire)

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 Xperia 1 III's US pre-orders to start from July 1 (GSMArena)

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.

Amazon labels millions of unsold products for destruction, new investigation finds (The Verge)

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 McAfee, antivirus software magnate, found dead in Spanish prison after his extradition to the US was approved (CNN)

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.

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