Are gestures the best way to control devices? Plus, Nintendo ends its first iOS app, CNN ends Casey Neistat’s Beme and New York tries to end net neutrality violations.
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Quick Hits (00:55) Samsung announces the Galaxy S9 launch, teases “reimagined” camera | ars technica (01:15) Chrome 64 arrives with stronger pop-up blocker and new developer features | venture beat (01:35) Xiaomi beats Samsung to top spot in India’s smartphone market | tech crunch More Top Stories (02:05) Nintendo is shutting down its Miitomo social app in May | the next web (03:25) Apple’s Getting Back Into the E-Books Fight Against Amazon | bloomberg (06:45) CNN shutters Casey Neistat’s video company Beme, which it bought 14 months ago for $25 million | the verge (11:15) Twitter Is Working on a Snapchat-Style Video Sharing Tool | bloomberg Twitter uses smart cropping to make image previews more interesting | engadget (14:35) Net neutrality will be enforced in New York under orders from governor | ars technica (17:30) Soon we’ll control our devices with our body language, not our voice | quartz Thing of the day (23:50) Nate Lanxon Tech’s Message Message of the Day (25:05) Chris – Meg Whitman (26:50) William – price changes Today’s Contributor Justin Robert Young Politics Politics Politics Jury Talks The Contender twitch.tv/justinrobertyoung Friend of the show Wil Harris is fundraising for Campaign Against Living Miserably, a charity that encourages men to get help with their mental health.