Welcome one, welcome all, to your unofficial midweek marker: HubSpot's Wednesday weekly tech news roundup.&
The industry has had a very, very busy week. But you're short on time. We're short on time. Everyone is short on time. And that's why we're bringing you Unriddled: a quick-and-dirty edition.
This week, we're going to provide a very short rundown of each news item that grabbed our attention over the past few days. Whether you simply scan it or read more, we can all but guarantee that you'll sound very informed at happy hour.
So, without further ado: Let's break it all down. Here's our Wednesday tech news roundup.
Unriddled: The Tech News You Need
1. Google Employees Are Resigning in Droves in Protest of Project Maven
Roughly three months ago, Google's work on a hotly-contested military drone footage analysis program -- Project Maven -- became public. But many of the company's (now former) employees have taken great issue with its participation in the project and are resigning in protest. Read more about their reasons and the project's history from& Gizmodo's Kate Conger. Read full story >>