This week we talk about a 25-year-old Canadian who ran the biggest market on the Dark Web; DAZN, the "Netflix of sports"; Google's fight against Canada's internet censorship, and the death of MSPaint.
-Telus and Rogers are no longer selling the Pixel, possibly in prep for the new stuff
-Two Norwegian companies are attempting to make autonomous cargo ships.
- Canadian allegedly behind shuttered Dark Web market AlphaBay | The Globe and Mail
- Sports streaming app DAZN launches in Canada with all NFL games for $20 a month | CBC News
- Google Fights Against Canada's Order to Change Global Search Results | WIRED
- What the EU antitrust ruling could mean for Google search | The Verge
- Microsoft Forgoes Paint in Fall Rollout | Techvibes
- MS Paint Artworks | Business Insider
- Telus is discontinuing sales of the 32GB Silver Google Pixel | Mobilesyrup
- Tesla of the Sea: Building the World’s First Autonomous Cargo Ship | Techvibes