This week’s The Drill Down podcast, Google floats the internet over Puerto Rico, Twitter comes clean with political ads,Â Snapchat‘s big fail, Amazon gets fresh inside your front door, tons of Tesla news, Netflix‘s “˜Binge racing’? and much more.
This week, how Uber is deceiving the authorities, Wikileaks‘ secret trove of CIA hacks, how much is Snapchat worth? Twitch takes on Twitter, using our DNA as near infinite memory storage, and much, much more.
On this week’s Drill Down podcast, Tosin recaps PAX South, drones at the Super Bowl, the tech world opposes President Trump‘s immigration ban, Snap goes IPO, factory robots on the rise, Tesla breaks another speed record, and more.
This year movie fans around the world celebrate the 30th anniversary of director James Cameron’s blockbuster sequel, Aliens. The movie is the follow-up to Ridley Scott’s classic 1979 original, Alien, and was released in July of 1986. Costing a little under $20 million to make, it would go on to bring in over $131 million worldwide at the box office.
To help celebrate the anniversary, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has launched a special Aliens lens for Snapchat users to enjoy. With it, you can turn yourself into a feared Xenomorph, or you can even get your very own facehugger to latch on to your skull. Adorable little guys, really. Misunderstood.
You can see how the facehugger looks in the image below.
On this week’s Drill Down podcast, the largest hack of all time, Twitter & SoundCloud may have new owners, Apple plans its own version of the Echo, Snapchat makes a Spectacle of itself, humans are one flight closer to Mars … and much, much more.