This week the Queens get in the bin to talk e-waste. What are big companies like Apple and Samsung are doing about the growing problem and hungry little microorganisms might be able to help.
Meanwhile, Rae tries the new Facebook x Ray-Ban smart glasses and Tegan plays with a new De’Longhi manual coffee machine.
- Tegan’s full review of the De’Longhi La Specialista Arte is coming soon!
- It’s not just us concerned about the privacy of the the Facebook Ray-Bans.
- Italy’s Data Protection Authority is even looking into potential privacy issues officially.
- You can read another hands-on review of the Facebook smart glasses here
- Some alarming e-waste numbers from the Australian Bureau of Statistics
- Tegan’s report on Samsung removing chargers from the Galaxy S21
- Apple Is Cutting Out an Obvious Source of E-Waste
- Apple’s iPhone 12 comes without a charger: a smart waste-reduction move, or clever cash grab?
- Apple’s Efforts to Block ‘Right to Repair’ Laws Highlighted in New Report
- We’re using microbes to clean up toxic electronic waste – here’s how