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Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Amazon’s Alexa inadvertently recording a conversation and sending it to someone as a message, plus Andrew has a tip on a Music app alternative for the iPhone and iPad.

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TDO 2018-05-25: Alexa's Eavesdropping Incident

1:35 PM May. 25th, 2018 | 00:20:34

Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Amazon’s Alexa inadvertently recording a conversation and sending it to someone as a message, plus Andrew has a tip on a Music app alternative for the iPhone and iPad.

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  1. CudaBoy

    What?? NO gab on the Apple Car???? What the….??? Seems I called this too last year when the foolish idea appeared here that Apple would make a car – I predicted NO, at best they are working on a “system”, but not stupid enough to get into the car mfg biz. Now, I’m a bit jealous that Apple employees have BOTH a unique Apple Bike (tho low-tech not the one I want them to make) to drive around campus and now an autonomous VW to go to work in. 🚴‍♀️ From GCR:
    After years of trials aimed at remaking driving in the mold of the iPhone, Apple is finally building some self-driving electric cars to test on roads in the San Francisco Bay Area—and they’re Volkswagen buses.

    The New York Times reported on Thursday that, after years of looking for a partner among automakers, Apple has teamed up with the German automaker to convert VW T6 vans into self-driving, electric shuttles to ferry Apple employees to and from work at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. The Times cited several former employees of the Apple self-driving car team.

    The vans will be outfitted in Italy with Apple’s self-driving sensors and software, along with an electric powertrain and batteries.

    Green Car Reports reached out to Volkswagen and a spokesman for the automaker declined to comment.

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