9 great reads from CNET this week

first_img Tech Industry Tags A judge ruled Qualcomm is a monopoly. The Justice Department charged Julian Assange with violating the Espionage Act. And Apple redesigned its MacBook keyboard in response to complaints about sticky keys.That’s just scratching the surface on the big tech news from this week. Here are the stories you don’t want to miss. Samsung deepfake AI could fabricate a video clip of you from a single photoEven the Mona Lisa can be faked. Egor Zakharov Uber’s IPO millionaires could buy every home for sale in the Bay AreaAnd they’d still have half a billion dollars left over for avocado toast.Uninhabitable Shack For Sale For 2.5 Million In San Francisco Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Why Facebook wants this creepy-crawly robot to teach itself to walkIt’s all about AI.facebook-ai-artificial-intelligence-robots-robotics-1383 James Martin/CNET Game of Thrones finale was so disappointing I actually miss the booksI loved how the show distilled the novels. But I will stomach George R.R. Martin’s bloated, rapey prose again if it can help me understand Daenerys.whysocrazyHuawei could survive without Android, but not very wellChina may not need Google, but Huawei does.honor-20-pro-19 Angela Lang/CNET Star Trek: Picard trailer — possible reasons Captain Picard left StarfleetThe trailer for the new Picard show poses an intriguing question. What would prompt The Next Generation’s captain to abandon his crew?picardreturns Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET Jeff Bezos’ space colony plans are straight out of 1970s science fictionThe Blue Origin billionaire wants to send us all into space. Humans have been dreaming about that for a long time.blue-origin-oneill-colony Blue Origin Aladdin review: Guy Ritchie’s Disney remake dazzles and surprisesThis live-action update isn’t quite a whole new world, but it’s still one worth visiting despite its forgettable villain and unsettling Genie CGI.lamp Disney Instagram website leaked phone numbers and emails for months, researcher saysThe flaw made the information easy to scrape and turn into a database.cybersecurity-hacking-7 Graphic by Pixabay/Illustration by CNET Post a comment 0 Game of Thrones Blue Origin Artificial intelligence (AI) Facial recognition Jeff Bezos Privacy Robots Space Star Trek Facebook Huawei Instagram Samsung Uber Share your voicelast_img

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