Data Dividend Project, Cyber crime ransoms, Quibi dies, movie delays, and upcoming releases- TNCS Ep 87
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In this week’s episode we cover the latest in entertainment news. Steve gives his thoughts on the Premium VOD movie Irresistible. Tenet and Mulan are delayed again due to COVID. The Boys and Umbrella Academy have upcoming release dates for their second seasons and Amazon Prime introduces a watch party feature. In tech news we give our thoughts on the new initiative led by Andrew Yang, the Data Dividend Project. Amazon Web Services introduces a code free programming system Honeycode, California moves closer to electric vehicles, and there was a recent cyber ransom paid by a California university.
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Links to topics discussed:
- Jon Stewart Movie Irresistible
- Steve Carrell
- Rose Byrne
- Chris Cooper
- Variety: Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ Delays Release Date Again.
- TechCrunch: Amazon Prime Video introduces ‘Watch Party,’ a social co-viewing experience included with Prime.
- Deadline: ‘The Boys’ Season 2 Gets Premiere Date From Amazon Prime.
- Sept 4
- Umbrella Academy July 31
- Quibi dies
- TechCrunch: AWS launches Amazon Honeycode, a no-code mobile and web app builder.
- Data Dividend Project
- Yahoo News: California shakes up auto industry, says all vans and trucks must be electric by 2024.
- Forbes: The University Of California Pays $1 Million Ransom Following Cyber Attack.