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The week in the video: loud speakers and a lot of digitalization blazers

Saturday, September 2nd, 2017 | Gadgets

New processors, security gaps, network policy discussions and threatened warning waves: Around 30 exciting reports, tests and background articles go online every day at Golem.de – in a week there will be a lot. If you have not followed the news for a few days or want an overview, you will find the top news in our weekly review.

At the end of each week, we highlight those messages that were particularly important, were much discussed, and our readers were most interested. We cover outstanding topics in longer contributions with more depth.
To the messages mentioned in the video, there are also links for those who want to know more about a topic.
Top 1: Ifa in BerlinAll news from the fair in Berlin
Top 2: Election programs at the check-out The upcoming Bundestag election
Kurzmeldungen: Telekom is overrun by applicants
Already 700,000 customers for paid DVB-T2
Supply of DVB-T2 is greatly expanded
Google removes 300 DDoS apps from the Playstore
Netflix launches its own cannabis series
Skype brings application for programmers
Team Warr wins second hyperloop contest
F1 2017 test: Motorsportlich in the past

The video week-back will be available on Saturdays at 9 am. He is alternately moderated by our editors Tobias Költzsch, Marc Sauter, Hauke ​​Gierow and Oliver Nickel. Behind the camera stands Martin Wolf. We are looking forward to suggestions and criticism, either in the forum or via e-mail to [email protected]

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