Where is technology journalism failing the reader, and what should a revamped tech coverage look like? Plus Nintendo sues another rom site and Qualcomm unveils a new 5G antenna module that could be the solution to 5G signal interference.
Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang and Justin Robert Young.
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- Quick Hits
- (00:50) Snap is shutting down Snapcash, its payment service, on August 30th | the verge
- (01:05) Samsung plans to turn ‘The Wall’ display into a home TV | engadget
- (01:40) Sony unveils world’s first 48-megapixel smartphone sensor | engadget
- (02:20) Pinterest nears $1 billion in ad sales and valuation rises as it looks to go public in mid-2019 | cnbc
- More Top Stories
- (02:55) Uber and Lyft Drop Driver Who Livestreamed Passengers on Twitch | firtune
- (06:05) Qualcomm unveils first mmWave 5G antennas for smartphones | the verge
- (07:55) Nintendo sues to shut down two big ROM sites | polygon
- (11:50) Sign-language hack lets Amazon Alexa respond to gestures | bbc news
- (13:50) Alphabet jumps more than 4 percent after big earnings beat | cnbc
- Discussion Story (16:35)
- We need a new model for tech journalism | columbia journalism review
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