Well we’ve done it! Number 10 of the Top 10. Woot! This is going to be a good one.
Regardless they are good articles. Here are our Top 10 finds for this past week.
This batch is a good one.
- Saudi spies tracked phones using flaws the FCC failed to fix for years (TechCrunch)
This just shows how nefarious the Saudi Regime is.
- Coronavirus pushes traditional business into digital age (Axios Login)
With more and more people working at home, traditional businesses and business models need to adjust or perish.
- What can local technology communities do to ease this global health crisis? (Technically)
We’re in this together.
- YouTube ‘Stay Home #WithMe’ PSA Campaign Taps Emma Chamberlain, Dolan Twins, J Balvin, Venus Williams and More (Variety)
I love seeing what people and companies are doing to promote staying home and safe.
- Amid Coronavirus Fears, Startups Rethink the Virtual Conference (Wired)
This past weekend I attended a virtual WordCamp in San Antonio. It was great. This is the future.
- 1 big thing: Coronavirus stirs Silicon Valley’s inner problem-solver (Axios)
The Valley likes a good problem to solve and Covid-19 is a good problem to solve.
- Desktop search is rising amid the work-from-home surge (Search Engine Land)}
This makes logical sense, we’re all at home on our computers instead of commuting to work and looking at our phones.
- Zoom Lets Attackers Steal Windows Credentials, Run Programs via UNC Links (Bleeping Computer)
Zoom has been under fire a bit lately. The moral of this story, don’t click on any links in Zoom chats you don’t know what they are.
- Apple Lets Some Video Apps Sell Shows Without Taking 30% Cut (Bloomberg)
Change is in the air. This is a big change. Good for Apple.
- Here’s an explainer on how the CARES Act can benefit startups (Technically)
Technically has been doing great coverage on the different efforts combatting Covid-19 and how the effect the local tech communities they cover.