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December 16, 2016

The Engadget Podcast Ep 18: We Both Go Down Together

by John_A

Managing Editor Dana Wollman and Senior Editor Devindra Hardawar join host Terrence O’Brien to talk about the biggest tech stories of the week. First Dana and Devindra debate the value of Amazon’s delivery drones and Google’s… I mean Alphabet’s new self-driving car company, Waymo. Plus they discuss the privacy freakout surrounding Evernote. Then all three will dig into the never ending security failures of Yahoo. Now that the company has admitted that over 1.5 billion user accounts were compromised — and didn’t say a word about it for over 2 years — will Verizon still go through with its planned buy out? The panel certainly hopes not.

Wins

Loses

Winning %

Christopher Trout
7
2
.777
Mona Lalwani
3
1
.750
Dana Wollman
12
9
.571
Devindra Hardawar
15
12
.555
Chris Velazco
3
3
.500
Cherlynn Low
8
11
.421
Nathan Ingraham
4
6
.400
Michael Gorman
1
5
.167

Relevant links:

  • Google spins out its self-driving car division
  • Evernote’s new privacy rules may let its employees read your notes
  • Amazon completes its first drone-powered delivery
  • Yahoo confirms new security breach affecting over one billion accounts
  • Yahoo confirms over 500 million users affected in 2014 breach

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