Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for our [R]Evolution Edition. We start off with Google demonstrating it has less class than a porn purveyor, and move on to cover the latest headlines in tech including the Tesla Model 3, Canadian cord-cutters, new BlackBerry phones, Apple's full-priced out-of-date pro hardware, the ongoing legal saga between Oracle and Google, tectonic shifts in mobile SoC design and fabrication, and the future of open-source programming languages like Swift.

• Google has less class than Pornhub: Google pulls ill-advised ‘mic drop' April Fools' joke from Gmail via The Verge

• Dat Model 3 thou: Accelerating Sustainable Transport via Tesla

• Apple's aging Mac Pro is a Con: Apple's aging Mac Pro is falling far behind Windows rivals via COMPUTERWORLD

• Netflix is eating Cable's lunch: Cable cord-cutting numbers soar in Canada thanks to Netflix, high prices, says report via CBC

• How is BlackBerry always 3 years behind? BlackBerry Will Launch 2 Mid-Range Android Smartphones This Year via Gadget 360

• Visine sold separately: Samsung IRIS CAM module spotted in import documents via GSMArena

• Revolution in material science required: LG G5 review - Less than the sum of its parts via The Verge

• A not-so-hidden agenda: Google is said to be considering Swift as a first class language for Android via The Next Web

• Show me the money: Oracle seeks $8.8 billion for Google’s use of Java in Android via PC World

• Samsung's economy of scale is collapsing: Galaxy S7 with Helio X20 and X25 chipsets spotted in benchmark via GSMArena

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