If you had an inkling that technology fully permeates through modern society, you sure as hell do now, as we settle into a pandemic driven world of self-isolation. As it is, our longing to connect with one another is mostly satisfied through the internet and the scores of apps and services most of us have never heard of.
Zoom is one such service that everyone is fully aware of. It’s so easy to use, it may come at a cost. What are they doing to mitigate some of the security concerns? Should you still use Zoom and what are the alternatives?
There is a new iPhone SE! It’s the cheapest iPhone in some time. It looks the same but should you still consider buying it?
We will all soon be asked by the government to download an app that tracks how you interact with the community. We break down the underlying tech so you have all the info before installing it to your device.
As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.
Episode 141. Recorded Sunday 19 April 2020.
- iPhone SE: powerful new phone in “popular” design | Apple Newsroom
- This is the iPhone SE 2 | Unbox Therapy Youtube
- Zoom CEO Eric Yuan discusses security concerns | Bloomberg Tech Youtube
- Here’s what Zoom is doing to make its service safer | Forbes
- 33 apps and services to helpl you work from home more efficiently | Readdle
- How Facebook is combating misinformation about the virus | CNN Business
- ScoMo rules out mandatory contact tracing app download | Nine New Youtube
- Apple and Google partner on contact tracing technology | Google Blog
- The biggest unanswered questions about Apple and Google’s virus tracker | The Verge
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