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Engadget Podcast: How dangerous is the Supreme Courtroom’s EPA ruling?

This week, Devindra and Senior Author Sam Rutherford dive into the Supreme Courtroom’s newest EPA ruling, which severely limits the company’s capacity to curtail energy plant emissions. Devindra additionally chats with ProPublica reporter Lisa Tune about what this implies for the EPA and different federal businesses. (Principally, it makes preventing local weather change a lot tougher.) Additionally, we focus on Apple’s new lockdown mode, which provides an excessive layer of safety to your gadgets, and why Gen Z is so Minion loopy.

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  • How dangerous is the Supreme Courtroom’s EPA ruling? – 1:49

  • Apple is constructing a lockdown mode for an “excessive” stage of safety – 27:43

  • Axie Infinity hack was traced again to a pretend LinkedIn job supply – 32:39.359

  • Toyota has run out of EV tax credit within the US – 37:51

  • God of Struggle Ragnarok might be launched on November 9, 2022 – 46:14

  • WTF is occurring with all of the Minions memes? – 48:02

  • Engaged on – 51:32

  • Picks – 1:03:49

Livestream

Credit
Hosts: Devindra Hardawar and Sam Rutherford
Visitor: Lisa Song from ProPublica
Producer: Ben Ellman
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien
Livestream producers: Julio Barrientos
Graphic artists: Luke Brooks and Brian Oh

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