Sam and Donovan hold down the fort while Shae is away. Topics of discussion: Brave browser repeals and replaces ads, Facebook Groups testing a subscription feature (NO FACEBOOK ISN’T GOING TO A PAID SERVICE!), the world’s smallest “computer”, a win-win for privacy from the Supreme Court concerning your cellphone location data, YouTube adds a subscription model (hmmm…this sounds familiar) and a Gartner prediction that Microsoft will eventually make businesses opt for Office 365 (a subscription) instead of buying a one-time license.
Sam also talks about the ending of We Have Concerns podcast.
- Brave browser begins controversial ad repeal-and-replace tests
- Facebook Groups may soon charge monthly subscription fees for access
- The World’s Smallest Computer Can Fit on the Tip of a Grain of Rice
- In Major Privacy Win, Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant To Track Your Cellphone
- YouTube now lets you pay $4.99 per month to support your favorite creators
- Microsoft to tighten screws on traditional Office, Gartner predicts
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