Another stream of consciousness from Donovan, this time concerning the mid-terms, specifically where the Georgia gubernatorial race stands between Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams.
New Now Playing feature added to Pixel 2 and 2 XL, DISH loses subscribers, Google is fighting back against abusive ads, and Bitcoin mining has a hidden cost and it’s getting higher.
Amazon removes free shipping restrictions for the holidays, the FCC tells telecoms to get their act together in regards to robocalls, a mysterious object could have been an alien probe, the Supreme Court refuses to hear net neutrality challenges, and Blizzard denies allegations it pulled the Diablo 4 announcement at Blizzcon.
Donovan takes to the mic to basically record a stream of consciousness, from trying to figure out the purpose of Don Talk, to politics, to how to regain one’s identity when it’s taken away from you, especially when you wrap your “self” up with your job. Fair warning — he’s all over the place in this one.
81,000 Facebook messages stolen, Apple cools its jets on iPhone XR production, Blizzard dealing with negative comments about Diablo Immortal, Microsoft axes a part of streaming to iOS and Android Xbox app and the man that Mario is name after dies at 84.
Spotify beta for watchOS spotted, Samsung’s sub-$100 smartphone, World of Warcraft: Classic demo limitations, hardware service extensions for Apple vintage devices and the “new” Ford Mustang 429 on sale.
Apple watchOS issues, dual-SIM problems on Verizon with iPhones, Google Home Hub insecurities, browsing history attacks and Facebook’s attempt at being relevant in game streaming.
Donovan poses the question: Has America lost its humor? Is humor dead in America? Also, Trump makes a statement on an upcoming interview where he believes he has the power to usurp the Constitution. There’s a process to make changes to the Constitution and Executive Orders ain’t it! Finally, a recent survey shows that 62% of jobs in America don’t support the middle-class lifestyle any longer.
Sony has the full list of games to be released on the Sony PlayStation Classic, iOS 12.1 to be available on October 30th with new features, Signal is beta testing even better encryption security, Google has notch-gate, and Twitter’s CEO wants to remove the “like” button from the platform.
Donovan announces he’s bringing back The Daily Geek Report podcast!