On this episode of Digital Tendencies Dwell, hosts Greg Nibler and Adrien Warner dive into the biggest-trending matters in tech, together with the removing of the ToTok app from Apple and Google app shops, Apple’s curiosity in satellites, Google’s acquisition of Hurricane Studios, a Change knockoff, Starliner nails the touchdown, a scorching dog-cooking robotic, and extra.
Nibler additionally speaks with Jarred Kessler, founder and chief govt officer of EasyKnock, an organization that enables owners to promote their houses whereas staying of their home as renters till they discover one other place to reside.
We then take a better have a look at the Sigma FP digital camera, the world’s smallest full-frame digital digital camera that’s excellent for YouTubers.
We additionally look again at a number of the largest achievements from the final decade of area exploration — from the Hubble telescope, to the measuring of gravitational waves, to the completion of the Worldwide Area Station.
Lastly, Nibler sits down with DT Senior Editor Drew Prindle to take a look at some superior tech you may’t purchase but, from a self-balancing e-scooter, to photo voltaic cell headphones, to a 3D-printable digital camera.
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