Uber trucking, vertical take-off planes; Google Express hits New England; Amazon starts own delivery service; Elon delivers to Mars; Snap brings Spectacles; Blackberry is done; DOS attacks get bigger; Meerkat’s Houseparty; Netflix Tax; watch out for Schumer.
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Asked To Name Foreign Leader He Admires, Johnson Has Another ‘Aleppo Moment’
IN THE NEWS
Self-driving cars will have to pry the steering wheel from our cold, dead hands, poll says
Future Autonomous Vehicle Driver Study September 2016
Uber’s trucking plan will connect drivers with cargo
Uber Could Be Taking to the Skies With Vertical-Takeoff Planes
Google’s home delivery service, Google Express, hits New England
Amazon looking to abandon UPS, FedEx in favor of its own delivery service
Mars | SpaceX
SpaceX’s Big Fucking Rocket – The Full Story
Elon Musk Pays Tribute to ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide’ With ‘Heart of Gold’
Snap, Inc. Introduces Spectacles, Sunglasses That Record and Upload Video Memories to SnapChat
Think Snapchat’s Spectacles are weird? I’m sorry, but you’re old
Spectacles by Snap
BlackBerry will stop designing its own phones and focus on software
Spurned Pokemon Go players file complaints with federal government
The CyberWire Podcast (iTunes Link)
Defending Against Hackers Took a Back Seat at Yahoo, Insiders Say
It looks like criminals hacked Yahoo, not a country
Why the silencing of KrebsOnSecurity opens a troubling chapter for the ‘Net
Web Host Hit by DDoS of Over 1Tbps
CyberheistNews Vol 6 #39 Scam Of The Week: Apple Store Phishing Attack Goes For Whole Enchilada
Verizon technician admits he sold customer data for years
Police can’t read your iMessages, but here’s what they can see
Researchers Find Speed Cameras Vulnerable To Hacking
Which celebrities generate the most dangerous search results?
SOFTWARE, APPS, AND GADGETS
watchOS 3 Breathe App
Danny Meyer Just Single-Handedly Made the Apple Watch Relevant to the Hospitality Industry
Meerkat built a new app in secret, and almost 1 million people are using it
Getting rid of Meerkat
The Family Hub™ refrigerator by Samsung
Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s Hollywood boss, is joining Spotify’s board
The Netflix Tax Is Coming, and Why Not?
The Internet Tax Freedom Act: In Brief
F.C.C. Delays Vote on Cable Set-Top Boxes
MORON OF THE WEEK
Woman Sues USC Frat After Drone Falls On Her Head During Party
California Fights Hollywood Age Discrimination With Censorship
New Tech Uses WiFi to Read Your Inner Emotions – Accurately, and From Afar
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
Social Blue Book
Nissan creates self-driving chairs because standing in line was too hard
Pigeons Resist Misguided Leaders
International Podcast Day
COMMENT OF THE WEEK
NIGHT ATTACK 136: RIPPITY DEE (W/ AUNTY DONNA)
Vin Friggin’ Scully