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12 things you should know in tech today

Happy Friday! Here’s your daily tech digest, by way of the DGiT Daily newsletter, for Monday, April 1, 2019!

1. Yes, April Fools’ is here

We have an April Fools’ Day 2019 round-up for all the major tech gags, in one place (AA).

Google Maps Snake.

2. We asked, you told us: Most prefer the Galaxy S10 Plus over the Huawei P30 Pro (AA).

3. Is the Huawei P30 Pro camera worth the hype? See for yourself (AA).

4. Google launches email scheduling in Gmail, finally (Google Blog)

5. Microsoft unveils new Surface Book 2 model with Intel’s latest quad-core processor (The Verge).

6. iFixit teardown: Apple’s AirPods 2 are “still disappointingly disposable” and its tiny battery will fail before long.

7. No fooling: Reddit’s r/games goes silent for one day to call out hate (Ars Technica).

8. No AI in humor: R2-D2 walks into a bar, doesn’t get the joke. (And AI never will get jokes, apparently!) (AP).

9. How Ketchup became the great equalizer and changed food (Saturday Evening Post)

10. Productivity isn’t about time management. It’s about attention management (NY Times).

11. DeepMind readies first commercial product for detecting eye disease (FT).

12. What are some recent scientific breakthroughs/discoveries that aren’t getting enough attention? (r/askreddit)

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