TCL 10 5G UW Podcast Review: Red Beauty
This week, Adam looks at the TCL 10 5G UW, which is exclusive to Verizon. TCL's latest phone can access the mmWave Verizon network and it comes with an insanely low price tag of just $399. This is a mid range phone packed in a gorgeous package, and we'kk give you all the details. Plus, Adam takes a look at the Zhiyun Smooth X smartphone gimbal. It's a review two-fer!
Asteroid Apophis is speeding up from sunlight as scientists recalculate odds of 2068 impact (Space.com)
There's a tiny chance all life on earth could end in 48 years.
Worked remotely due to Covid-19? Prepare for this tax surprise (CNBC)
If COVID-19 has you working from home, you might want to mention that to your tax preparer.
Why Are We Polarized? Don't Blame Social Media, Says Ezra Klein (Wired)
With people becoming ever-more polarized, it must be social media's fault, right? Right?!
Dave Grohl, 10-Year-Old Nandi Bushell and One Very Epic Drum Battle (New York Times)
A 10 year old drumming prodigy met us with a rock star on Zoom and it's just the best thing ever.
Ink-Stained Wretches: The Battle for the Soul of Digital Freedom Taking Place Inside Your Printer (EFF.org)
Did you sign up for HP's unlimited ink plan? Sorry.
Sony Global - Airpeak (Sony)
Sony announced it'll enter the drone space next Spring.
Apple will require privacy "nutrition labels" from developers starting December 8th (Verge)
Apple wants developers to tell users what permissions they want and why.
Apple Introduces New Macs With the First Apple Chips (New York Times)
Apple introduced three new computers powered by its own ARM-based silicon.
AnandTech Calls Apple's Fastest CPU Core Claim for M1 'Extremely Plausible' (MacRumors)
AnandTech thinks Apple may not be completely talking out its butt about the M1 chip.
TikTok says the Trump administration has forgotten about trying to ban it, would like to know what’s up (Verge)
TikTok is still not banned.
Ring recalls 350,000 video doorbells because they can catch fire (CBS News)
Some Ring doorbells are causing fires. Yikes.
Google Photos ending unlimited free backup next year
Google Photos will end its unlimited storage for "High quality" photos next summer.