An in-depth review of Walmart’s $140 laptop

Someone did an in-depth review of “Walmart’s $140 laptop so you wouldn’t have to”

Spoiler alert:

There may be a purpose this laptop is well-suited to—but for the life of me, I cannot think what it might be.” 

One person’s definition of a “campaign app” is another person’s “voter surveillance tool of extraordinary power”

But wait, there’s more:

One of them “scoops up your identity, your location, and even your phone’s Bluetooth functions.” 

Wirecard has responded to reports that 1.9 billion euros were missing from its accounts by saying the funds “never existed” because why the heck not.

No news yet if the dog ate their financial ledgers. 

Sort of news:

“Journalist’s phone hacked by new ‘invisible’ technique”

But wait, there’s more:

“All he had to do was visit one website. Any website.” 

According to this report “Spotify is testing interactive podcast ads so you never have to remember a promo code again” 

This report says that thanks to “a Texas web design and hosting company” last week “hundreds of thousands of potentially sensitive files from police departments across the United States were leaked” 

Google has been accused of “”racist practices that pervade the YouTube platform.”” 

Here is a “deep dive into “Cooper Lake” Xeon SP processors” 

Reports are in that a “hacking group is able to get from a cracked cloud password to full control over a network in less than a week.

But wait, there’s more:

“Microsoft has detailed how” 

Sort of news: “Oracle’s BlueKai tracks you across the web”

Hold, please: “That data spilled online” 

The Bank of Canada has released a report on “contingency planning for a central bank digital currency” 

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