Are gestures the best way to control devices? Plus, Nintendo ends its first iOS app, CNN ends Casey Neistat’s Beme and New York tries to end net neutrality violations.
With Sarah Lane, Tom Merritt, Roger Chang and Justin Robert Young.
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- Quick Hits
- (00:55) Samsung announces the Galaxy S9 launch, teases “reimagined” camera | ars technica
- (01:15) Chrome 64 arrives with stronger pop-up blocker and new developer features | venture beat
- (01:35) Xiaomi beats Samsung to top spot in India’s smartphone market | tech crunch
- More Top Stories
- (02:05) Nintendo is shutting down its Miitomo social app in May | the next web
- (03:25) Apple’s Getting Back Into the E-Books Fight Against Amazon | bloomberg
- (06:45) CNN shutters Casey Neistat’s video company Beme, which it bought 14 months ago for $25 million | the verge
- (11:15) Twitter Is Working on a Snapchat-Style Video Sharing Tool | bloomberg
- (14:35) Net neutrality will be enforced in New York under orders from governor | ars technica
- (17:30) Soon we’ll control our devices with our body language, not our voice | quartz
- Thing of the day
- (23:50) Nate Lanxon
- Message of the Day
- (25:05) Chris – Meg Whitman
- (26:50) William – price changes
- Today’s Contributor
- Friend of the show Wil Harris is fundraising for Campaign Against Living Miserably, a charity that encourages men to get help with their mental health.