🚆 Good morning! I’m on my way to the Netherlands today where it’s cold and windy. It’s the same in Berlin though so... bring on the Dutch cheese!
SpaceX wants to launch up to four tourists into a super high orbital joyride by the end of next year, it announced late yesterday.
🔎 Samsung’s Z Flip glass covering is ready for all foldable makers: 30 micrometers thick can be mass-produced for various foldable devices (Yonhap)
📺 How to use your TV remote with a Google Chromecast (yes, it’s possible) (Android Authority).
📶 What the new Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 modem means for your next 5G phone (Android Authority).
🔧 iFixit’s Galaxy Z Flip teardown reveals It’s easier to fix than the Moto Razr, but less dust protection than hoped (Android Authority).
🤳 This phone uses AI to block you taking naked selfies - aimed at minors (CNET).
🍎 Apple's iPhone supply woes to continue into April: sources, may affect the new smaller/cheaper iPhone launch date (Nikkei).
🍏 Also, Apple’s location-tracking Tags might finally launch later this year (The Verge).
🦊 Mozilla launches a VPN app for Android and Windows (The Next Web).
🎟 ElectionGuard could be Microsoft's most important product in 2020, if it works: Not designed to make voting machines safe from hackers. It's meant to make hacking them pointless (CNET).
🪁 Alphabet quits work on its energy-generating kites: project may continue outside of Alphabet, unclear (Engadget).
🔫 Hasbro's Halo-themed Nerf gun lineup includes a Needler (Engadget).
🔋 Well, Bill Gates is never going to buy a Tesla now (TechCrunch).
We’re all going to die and the idea of being put into a fancy wooden box is starting to go the way of the dinosaur. And not just cremation, which around 80% of people are going for at least in the UK. Now there are much more weird things, like:
Stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive,
Tristan Rayner, Senior Editor
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