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Tech News Today 1639: Everybody’s Got Their Thing For Their Face

Facebook VP of product management Adam Mosseri told TechCrunch that he takes gaming of the system seriously, and is investigating ways to better detect misinformation.President Elect Donald Trump appears to ... Read More

Know How… 262: Bryan’s Arduino Picture Frame

The boys are back! After 6 weeks away, they ease back into the Know Space with a basic lighting project. Cranky Hippo takes the lead as they combine an Arduino ... Read More

Tech News Today 1644: The Party’s Over

Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss how iCloud backups include a user's call history, with no controls to limit them from being backed up. AirBnB is launching Experiences to allow ... Read More

This Week in Tech 589: Save it for St. Patrick’s Day

British Parliament passes the Snoopers Charter. Fake news is on the rise. Snapchat files for a secret IPO. Selfie deaths have more than doubled each year for the past three ... Read More

Know How… 263: Gear from Padre’s Roman Holiday

Padre went to Rome to run media for the Jesuits, and he needed some serious gear to make it work. From a Predator laptop to an SSD bonanza, a tricked ... Read More

Triangulation 274: Will Oremus

Will Oremus has been covering Facebook since 2005, when he was the Editor in Chief of the Stanford Daily, and Mark Zuckerberg was known to the tiny user base of ... Read More

Tech News Today 1646: The Donut Button

Oracle just announced that it has acquired DNS provider Dyn for a reported sum of over $600 million dollars, according to Fortune. Dyn, you might remember, is the internet traffic ... Read More

iOS Today 321: Thanksgiving Apps

Thanksgiving is coming, and now you need a few apps to keep you busy while the rest of your family argues politics, or maybe you want to relax and learn ... Read More

FLOSS Weekly 412: Zalando

Zalando is a fashion and technology company transforming into a multi-service platform for fashion. In order to connect people and fashion both online and offline, they develop solutions that bring ... Read More

MacBreak Weekly 534: Thank You, Sal

Apple stops developing wireless routers. Playing Doom on the MacBook Pro Touch Bar. The MacBook Pro is neither repairable nor recyclable. Why the MacBook Pro can only have 16gb of ... Read More

Tech News Today 1647: Apple’s Touchbar Doomed

The messaging service Telegram is heading into the publishing world with a new platform called Telegraph that doesn't require an account in order to publish to the web.According to YouTuber ... Read More

Security Now 587: Mobile & IoT Nightmares

Samy Kamkar is back with a weaponized $5 RaspberryPI. "El Cheapo" Android phones bring new meaning to "Phoning it in". Watching a webcam getting taken over. Bruce Schneier speaks to ... Read More

All About Android 293: Juicy VR

This week, we'll be discussing Native Apps versus Progressive Web Apps, risks of living in the cloud, Daydream View, Huawei's new tablets running old software, tons of feedback, and more!Read ... Read More

Android App Arena 125: Questions and Answers

Sometimes you have the urge to ask random strangers the all-important question, what is the meaning of life... cereal? Maybe you want to answer someone else's question in a very ... Read More

Windows Weekly 493: Two People and a Ham

Microsoft is working to bring x86 apps to Windows on ARM. Windows Holographic minimum requirements revealed. The problem with Windows is the past. Microsoft's "most ultimate mobile device," eh? Microsoft ... Read More

Tech News Today 1648: Edible Fibonacci

Pilots for Amazon.com Inc.'s new in-house transportation network took to the picket line this week over an ongoing labor dispute involving increased demand and staffing shortages. ABX Air, which also ... Read More

This Week in Google 380: Cauliflower Sex Tape

How micro-targeted ads on Facebook helped get Donald Trump elected. Intel's place in a world of single-purpose devices. Google's lip reading Deep Mind. Pixel phone re-sellers unbanned from Google. Macy's ... Read More

Ham Nation 275: The Eve of Thanksgiving

Big earthquake rocks New Zealand, Ted Randell comes on to talk about the BST1 Mobile SW Receiver and Fox Cities ARC Hamfest! Hosts: Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don ... Read More

This Week in Law 366: Miss Jackson If You’re Litigious

DMCA and censorship, what is Disney trying to do with its own blockchain? Gawker settles with Hulk Hogan, copyright for graffiti artists, the potential trademark battle for "Nasty Woman", and ... Read More

Tech News Today 1639: Everybody’s Got Their Thing For Their Face

Facebook VP of product management Adam Mosseri told TechCrunch that he takes gaming of the system seriously, and is investigating ways to better detect misinformation.President Elect Donald Trump appears to ... Read More

Know How… 262: Bryan’s Arduino Picture Frame

The boys are back! After 6 weeks away, they ease back into the Know Space with a basic lighting project. Cranky Hippo takes the lead as they combine an Arduino ... Read More

Tech News Today 1644: The Party’s Over

Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss how iCloud backups include a user's call history, with no controls to limit them from being backed up. AirBnB is launching Experiences to allow ... Read More

This Week in Tech 589: Save it for St. Patrick’s Day

British Parliament passes the Snoopers Charter. Fake news is on the rise. Snapchat files for a secret IPO. Selfie deaths have more than doubled each year for the past three ... Read More

This Week in Law 366: Miss Jackson If You’re Litigious

DMCA and censorship, what is Disney trying to do with its own blockchain? Gawker settles with Hulk Hogan, copyright for graffiti artists, the potential trademark battle for "Nasty Woman", and ... Read More

The Tech Guy 1337

Are touch screen voting machines a bad idea? How to get better battery life on a Linux laptop, where to find a mechanical keyboard, how to get a job in ... Read More
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