Lunch Time Tech Talk

Companies in China, Twitter Was Hacked, and Look Out Someone’s Window

July 23, 2020

In this episode, Mike and Chad discuss exercising, other organizations covering tech news, it being hot in July, Apple and China altering how they do business to be in China and Attorney General William Barr’s speech, Apple removing master/slave terms, Apple pencil color detector patent, Skype for iOS having blurred backgrounds, Twitter verified accounts targeted and whether or not it was internal, crazy tech, and of course, they take all of their normal detours.

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Music by Savage

Footnotes

William Barr's speech

U.S. Companies in China - Washington Post

Apple joins Tech Industry in Push for more Inclusive Language

Apple Pencil Color Detector Patent

Skype now has Background Blurring feature

What we know about the Twitter Hack

Window Swap