Smarter Homebrewing with Aaron Walls of BEERMKR
BEERMKR is a connected homebrew kit that allows just about anyone to become a homebrew expert. Homebrewing is a hobby that can have a high barrier of entry. BEERMKR makes it much more simple, and adaptable to any recipe you want to try. Aaron Walls is one of the founders of BEERMKR and comes on to tell us all about it.
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Hecate GM5 Earbuds
Twitter bug automatically suspends you if you tweet 'Memphis' (Bleeping computer)
A Twitter bug caused people who tweeted the word "Memphis" to get accounts suspended.
Netflix may be testing a password-sharing detection tool. No chill.
Apple pulls the plug on the HomePod (Ars Technica)
Apple discontinued the Homepod. Nobody seemed to notice.
How a metal with a memory will shape our future on Mars (Verge Science)
A new startup called SMART is working with NASA to develop airless, metal tires for bikes.
Google integrated Soli into the new Nest Hub to help you sleep, if you can get past the creepy factor.
Intel brought in Justin Long to poke fun at Apple.
Samsung held an unpacked event releasing three new midrange smartphones.
A survey looks at brand loyalty and the news is bad for Samsung and worse for Google.
LG Rollable smartphone is one step closer to reality (Tech Radar)
LG's rollable phone got Bluetooth SIG certification so maybe it will exist after all.
The Snyder Cut of Justice League came out and it's four hours long and just what the hell?
Falcon and the Winter Soldier started this week and it looks pretty cool.
Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves took to the road in Porsche Taycans for a mini road trip