SpaceX controversy, new Google stuff, and face computers…
How many computers are attached to your head?
Here’s the Washington Post article about the SpaceX employee trying to get access to the ULA’s roof. Why? Because:
SpaceX had still images from video that appeared to show an odd shadow, then a white spot on the roof of a nearby building leased by ULA…”
Here’s more info about the replacement Samsung Note 7 that caught on fire aboard an airplane Wednesday morning:
Here’s that hyped-up tweet from the Senior Vice President of Android, Chrome OS, and Google Play from September 24th, 2016:
We announced the 1st version of Android 8 years ago today. I have a feeling 8 years from now we’ll be talking about Oct 4, 2016.
— Hiroshi Lockheimer (@lockheimer) September 24, 2016
The Google Home talking speaker costs $129 and ships Nov 4th.
The Pixel Phones have premium prices but lack premium features (not waterproof, no stereo speakers, etc.).
The new Google Wifi routers are essentially just copies of eero routers with a cheaper price.
Here’s a picture of the Snapchat Spectacles:
And… that’s it for this week!
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