1:12 - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Review: Turing Under $300
2:46 - Frontier demands $4,300 cancellation fee despite horribly slow Internet
4:11 - YouTube gaming channels with bad comments could have ads removed
4:57 - Disney (DIS) Pulls YouTube Ads Amid Concerns Over Child Voyeurs
9:59 - Vox lawyers briefly censored YouTubers who mocked The Verge’s bad PC build advice
11:43 - Verizon plans to roll out its 5G mobile network in 30 cities this year
13:55 - Google will end forced arbitration for employees
15:41 - Google backtracks on Chrome modifications that would have crippled ad blockers
17:34 - Apple confirms its plans to close retail stores in the patent troll-favored Eastern District of Texas
18:57 - Apple Is Said to Target Combining IPhone, IPad, Mac Apps by 2021
19:45 - Apple's Newest Macs Seem to Have a Serious Audio Bug
21:00 - Tesla: Consumer Reports will no longer recommend Model 3
23:15 - Galaxy S10 has an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. Here's why you should care
24:01 - Samsung announces the Galaxy Fold, a phone that opens into a tablet
25:19 - Google Expected to Reveal Game Streaming Service at GDC in March
27:44 - Hollywood tries to cripple several alleged pirate TV services in one lawsuit
30:00 - Netflix cancels The Punisher and Jessica Jones, ending its Marvel shows
31:20 - Microsoft's HoloLens 2: Why it's really all about the cloud
32:18 - Microsoft workers protest $480m HoloLens military deal
34:29 - Virgin Galactic Just Successfully Launched Its First Passenger Past The Edge of Space
36:43 - Cord Cutting Hits a Record High Level In Fourth Quarter
38:52 - Nike’s self-lacing sneakers turn into bricks after faulty firmware update
40:33 - Touchdown: Japan probe Hayabusa2 lands on distant asteroid
41:28 - At this fast-food drive-through, the person taking your order might not be a person at all
44:01 - PepsiCo Is 'Relentlessly Automating' Its Workforce And It's Even More Dystopian Than It Sounds
47:54 - FCC Says Gutting ISP Oversight Was Great For Broadband
49:36 - Britain managing Huawei risks, has no evidence of spying: official
51:11 - 5G networks: Trump says US shouldn't block technology
52:21 - Privacy advocate sues over license plate reader error
54:24 - Disturbing Bill Would Force Arizonans to Pay $250 to Have Their DNA Added to a Database
55:59 - NY governor orders probe into Facebook access to data from other apps
57:04 - Verizon asks the FCC to let it lock new smartphones for 60 days
59:01 - Unearthed emails could be smoking gun in epic GDPR battle: Google, adtech giants 'know they break Euro privacy law'
1:00:01 - European governments approve controversial new copyright law
1:00:45 - Experts Find Serious Problems With Switzerland's Online Voting System
1:03:15 - Right to Repair Legislation Is Officially Being Considered In Canada
1:04:57 - China Abandons Cybersecurity Truce With U.S., Report Says
1:05:17 - House bill requires pornography filter on all phones, computers purchased in Kansas
1:08:14 - Once hailed as unhackable, blockchains are now getting hacked
1:09:53 - YouTube will have its Cambridge Analytica moment
1:12:42 - Linux users are unable to manage their Apple ID on apple․com
1:13:46 - A third of all Chrome extensions request access to user data on any site
1:14:50 - Some American Airlines In-Flight TVs Have Cameras In Them
1:15:46 - Google researchers say software alone can’t mitigate Spectre chip flaws
1:17:30 - Severe vulnerabilities uncovered in popular password managers
1:19:18 - Microsoft Edge lets Facebook run Flash code behind users' backs
1:20:36 - Google says Nest microphone was 'never supposed to be a secret'
1:21:55 - Huawei's Efforts to Steal Apple Trade Secrets Include Employee Bonus Program and Other Dubious Tactics
1:23:39 - Hacker puts up for sale third round of hacked databases on the Dark Web
1:26:33 - Apps Reportedly Fed Facebook Data on Users' Weight, Menstrual Cycles
1:27:37 - You Give Apps Sensitive Personal Information. Then They Tell Facebook.
1:29:01 - Facebook will shut down its spyware VPN app Onavo
1:29:53 - Former Facebook Employees Say The Company’s Prioritization Of Privacy Is About Optics
1:31:02 - Facebook decided which users are interested in Nazis — and let advertisers target them directly
1:33:10 - Pinstagram? Instagram code reveals Public Collections feature
1:34:19 - Pinterest cracks down on anti-vaccination ads
1:35:28 - Can artificial intelligence help boost your school's safety?
1:36:42 - Design v17 | CSS-Tricks
1:38:04 - China’s CRISPR twins might have had their brains inadvertently enhanced
1:40:24 - Emoji are showing up in court cases exponentially, and courts aren’t prepared
1:42:18 - Young blood company stops unproven anti-aging treatments after FDA warning

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