Donovan announces, with a short little story, the end of DGR.
The Daily Geek Report is moving over to another website and re-branding as an experiment. Listen to this quick episode clip to find out what this is about.
Google services were hijacked, Microsoft re-releases Windows 10 1809 update, police think Alexa may know something about a murder, more privacy woes for Facebook and Apple seems to have a serious Apple ID issue.
Facebook was down for many on Monday, CloudFlare releases 188.8.131.52 DNS app for iOS and Android, Volkswagen adds Siri integration, Valve pays out $20k for a bug hunt and Firefox tests price tracking extension.
Disney finally reveals the name of its new streaming service, no streaming Netflix on Wii, Fallout 76 gets a massive day one patch, and Battlefield 1 players commemorate Veterans’ Day in game.
Roku expands its free streaming channel, the Switch gets YouTube, another Windows 10 bad day, the Model 3 key fob is lacking and half of YouTube users use it to learn something new.
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.
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.