Episode 96

Hank and Tosh


June 2nd, 2020

1 hr 19 mins 55 secs

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  • Pixel Buds users are reporting Bluetooth connection issues - The Verge — Owners of Google’s new Pixel Buds are reporting a variety of connection issues with the true wireless earbuds. 9to5Google reports that issues have been raised on Google’s support forums as well as in a number of Reddit threads, and the problems have been replicated on review devices held by DroidLife, 9to5Google, and our own pair here at The Verge.
  • Plex lets you host virtual movie nights with remote friends and family members — There are third-party extensions like Scener that allow us to watch content from Netflix, HBO, and other services together while staying apart during these times of coronavirus-induced social distancing orders, but Plex is ready to up this with a native solution. It has announced a new Plex Labs experiment that allows you to watch shows, movies, and videos from your library together with others, perfectly synced up for everyone.
  • “The trampoline is working”—SpaceX returns human spaceflight to America | Ars Technica — Two human lives, NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken, hung in the balance. Thousands of people had put a decade of immensely hard work into reaching this moment. Success meant that NASA finally had its own access into space for astronauts. And it is not really an overstatement to say that if SpaceX flubbed this launch on the biggest of stages—if the unthinkable happened—it would scar the future of commercial space.
  • Critical 'Sign in with Apple' Bug Could Have Let Attackers Hijack Anyone's Account — Apple recently paid Indian vulnerability researcher Bhavuk Jain a huge $100,000 bug bounty for reporting a highly critical vulnerability affecting its 'Sign in with Apple' system.