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Weekly Top Ten #10

Hey All,

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.

  1. Saudi spies tracked phones using flaws the FCC failed to fix for years (TechCrunch)
    This just shows how nefarious the Saudi Regime is.
  2. 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.
  3. What can local technology communities do to ease this global health crisis? (Technically)
    We’re in this together.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
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