Google antitrust suit, Hummer EV, voter information hacking, and entertainment news- TNCS Ep 114
In this week’s episode we discuss some entertainment and gaming news. In tech news we provide some details on the Google antitrust lawsuit filed by the US Justice Department. GMC revealed a new all electric Hummer and it has some wild features. The FBI announces that there has been confirmed cyber threats from Russia and Iran targetting U.S. voters and another hacking group donates some of their ransom to charity. In space news, NASA successfully captures material from an asteroid and SpaceX plans to bring the internet to Mars.
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Variety: ‘Willow’ Sequel Series Officially a Go at Disney Plus, Jon M. Chu to Direct.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection runs at 120FPS on Xbox Series X/S
Phil Spencer Hints at Xbox Game Pass ‘Streaming Sticks’ for Your TV, No Console Required
The Associated Press: Justice Dept. to file landmark antitrust case against Google.
GMC Hummer EV revealed with Wrangler-beating off-road ability, 0-60 in 3 seconds for $112,595
ZDNet: Ransomware gang donates part of ransom demands to charity organizations.
CNBC: Iran and Russia obtained U.S. voter registration data in effort to influence election, national security officials say.
Exclusive: National Guard called in to thwart cyberattack in Louisiana weeks before election
PCMag: SpaceX’s Starlink to Supply Free Satellite Internet to Families in Texas School District.
The Sun (US): Elon Musk vows to build ‘internet bridge’ to MARS using Starlink probes – for space colony of a MILLION people.
Police are using facial recognition for minor crimes because they can
NASA steals bits of asteroid Bennu: What you need to know about the mission
Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tGIMQvGk2w