Vi varmer opp til selveste nasjonaldagen med en smekkfull podcast! Karl og Rune har sett DETECTIVE PIKACHU på kino, Nick har spilt RAGE 2, Rune og Frida har spilt A PLAGUE TALE: INNOCENCE og Karl har spilt episode 3 av LIFE IS STRANGE 2. Vi er ellers innom blant annet RED DEAD ONLINE (som nå er ute av beta og har fått POKER!), SUPER MARIO MAKER 2, FINAL FANTASY VII, GHOST RECON: BREAKPOINT og mye mer. Kos dere på 17. mai, folkens!
Poursuite des aventures en Pays Môn pour la Compagnie Créance qui continue sa visite des différents villages sous le joug du mystérieux peuple des Hommes Blancs. Ces pérégrinations seront peut-être l'occasion de libérer un peuple et, qui sait, de peut-être clore une quête entreprise il y a fort fort longtemps... Bonne écoute ! ---- Écoutez-nous également : Sur Souncloud : goo.gl/4ymEA7 Sur Apple podcast : goo.gl/pTmj63 Sur YouTube : goo.gl/3hyC4C Sur n’importe quel app avec le flux : goo.gl/szxYCS Rejoignez-nous : Sur le twitter de Qualiter : @dequaliter goo.gl/Vt89gb Sur le twitter de JVTV : @JVTVofficiel goo.gl/KGBSdQ Sur le discord JVTV : discord.gg/Dn738fn Vous pouvez également soutenir Qualiter en participant à notre patreon : goo.gl/G9t7De
Is the FCC finally going to do something about robocalls? An unexpected benefit to Netflix, is public Wi-Fi dangerous? Resources to learn coding, protecting your Google account, customizable luggage with Johnny Jet, creating your own podcast, Ax throwing for everyone with the Giz Wiz and more of your calls!
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Yngvil joiner for å snakke Heaven's Vault, vi oppsummerer de verste kongelige spillfigurene noensinne (verste som i enten onde eller inkompetente, ikke at de er dårlige karakterer!) pluss: Kommer Star Citizen noensinne ut? Og ikke minst: et nytt segment av telefonsvareren, og mye, mye mer. Her er to timer med Rad Crew GOODNESS binches. Med: Are Ness Fløgstad, Yngvil Osdal Runde, Stian Askeland, Jostein Hakestad
Despite comparisons to its old siblings, the Nexus phones, reviewed Dhruv Bhutani thinks this Pixel 3a XL is cut from a different cloth. The software is incredible, as is the camera. In North America, the price is unbeatable. Beyond that part of the world, the phone carries a much less attractive price tag. But there’s still a lot to love for this phone, and we’re breaking it all down for you. Recorded May 16, 2019 Review: Google Pixel 3a XL review: Come for the camera, stay for the experience Where to buy the Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL The Android Authority podcast is: Adam Doud - @DeadTechnology Jonathan Feist - @JFeist1 / @DroneRushcom Joe Hindy - @ThatJoeHindy Special Guest appearance by: Dhruv Bhutani - @DhruvBhutani Produced by Adam Doud Check out the other podcasts in our network! The DGiT Daily podcastThe SoundGuys Podcast
موجز الأخبار يأتيكم يوميًا من البوابة العربية للأخبار التقنية برعاية شركة الحاسب العربي ACS خدمات وحلول تقنية لكفاءة وفاعلية ------------------- يأتيكم موجز الأخبار في شهر رمضان المبارك تمام الساعة: 10 صباحًا بتوقيت جمهورية مصر العربية. 11 صباحًا بتوقيت المملكة العربية السعودية. 12 صباحًا بتوقيت الإمارات العربية المتحدة.
David Imel joins Adam and Jonathan to discuss OnePlus’s latest offering. The full written review and video are out, so we settle down for a podcast about the company that never settles. OnePlus claimed on stage that this was the best phone we would see in 2019. Is that the case? Find out here on the Android Authority Podcast review. Recorded May 15, 2019 Reviews: OnePlus 7 Pro review: Bigger and brighter, but is it better? Video review The Android Authority podcast is: Adam Doud - @DeadTechnology Jonathan Feist - @JFeist1 / @DroneRushcom Joe Hindy - @ThatJoeHindy Special guest appearance by: David Imel - @DurvidImel Produced by Adam Doud Check out the other podcasts in our network! The DGiT Daily podcastThe SoundGuys Podcast
Dieter Bohn's OnePlus 7 Pro and Pixel 3a review starts off the show, followed by Adi Robertson's coverage of everything the government is doing with Facebook and tariffs, and we end on our featured updates on the streaming wars.
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Listen in to this week's Blogcast for first thoughts on Rage 2 and A Plague Tale: Innocence, plus a lengthy discussion (we couldn't help ourselves) about Game of Thrones and how we think it'll all shake out. Crossing fingers for a happy ending!
William is back to talk with Victor all about Zombieload, Intel, and the road to 5G.
Jefferson Graham reports on products expected to be hit by president Donald Trump's proposed tariffs, including laptops and notebooks from Lenovo, drones and cameras from DJI and possibly the iPhone.
Digitunnis räägime pikemalt sellest, kuidas Venemaa endale eraldi internetti ehitab, mis see on, miks nad seda teevad ja mida Eesti sellest kõigest arvama peaks. Saate teemad: Google IO Eestis taas liikvel pangapettused, inimesed lähevad ikka õnge Facebooki kaasasutaja nõuab firma tükeldamist, miks see hea mõte ei ole? Venemaa internet Saatejuhid Henrik Roonemaa uudisteportaalist Geenius.ee ning Hans Lõugas.
Saate peateemaks on mõistliku hinnaga kiiresõidu autod. Lisaks legendaarsele Alpine tagasituleku mudelile on proovitud ka Renault Megane RS Trophy, Hyundai i30 N Fastback ja Polo GTI. McLaren esitles järjekordset uut sportautot, aga miks see on uudis? Eestis müüakse väga erilist ja kiiret Jaguari Elektrilevi hakkab hankest hoolimata kiirlaadijaid ehitama Talverehvidele tulevad uued nõuded Kes jätab Ferrarid aastateks põllule vedelema? Stuudios on Tarmo Tähepõld ja Sulev Ladva Geeniuse Autoportaalist
We talk about the Safe Haven cinematic at length. WoW Classic is live in beta, and we get the full game in August. We go deep on Classic stuff today as well. We get a little from J Allen Brack on the state of blizzard. 15 years means more ways to give your money to Warcraft. Around Blizzard and more!
Jamie Keiles is a writer who decided to photograph something that’s usually invisible. Plus, PJ discovers the secret code he’s accidentally been speaking, and learns about the people who created it.
with Emily Oster (@ProfEmilyOster) and Hanne Tidnam (@omnivorousread) Are chia seeds actually that good for you? Will Vitamin E keep you healthy? Will breastfeeding your baby make them smarter, or skinnier? There’s maybe no other arena where understanding what the evidence truly tells us is harder than in health… and parenting. And yet we make decisions based on what we hear about in studies like the ones listed above every day. In this episode, Brown University economics professor Emily Oster, author of Expecting Better and the recently released Cribsheet: A Data-driven Guide to Better, More Relaxed Parenting, from Birth to Preschool, and a16z's Hanne Tidnam dive into what lies beneath those studies, and talk about how to make smarter decisions based on them (or not). Oster walks us through the science and the data behind the studies we hear about – especially those hot-button parenting issues that are murkiest of all, from screen time to sleep training. How we can tell what’s real and what’s not? Oster shows us the research about how these guidelines and advice that we are "supposed" to follow get formalized and accepted inside and outside of healthcare settings -- from obstetrics practices to pediatrics to diet and lifestyle; how they can (or can’t) be changed; and finally, how the course of science itself can be influenced by how these studies are done.
The Ethereum Foundation has played a crucial role in the evolution of the blockchain ecosystem. They pioneered the Swiss foundation structure and ran one of the first token sales. They played a key role in developing the second-most valuable blockchain network and still play a key role in funding research and steering the future of Ethereum. At the same time, it has been frequently criticized for a lack of transparency, being too slow in funding development and poor financial risk management. Executive Director Aya Miyaguchi joined us to discuss her journey into the space, the role of the Ethereum Foundation and their plans for the future. Topics discussed in this episode: - How Aya went from high school teacher to enter the crypto space - Joining Kraken and building their presence in Japan - The role of the Ethereum Foundation in the Ethereum ecosystem - Decision making processes and governance in the Ethereum Foundation - Ethereum's grant program and funding priorities - The Ethereum Foundation's plans to attempt to become more transparent - The Ethereum Foundation's approach to conflicts of interest - Why the EF decided to support MolochDAO - Whether Ethereum should be concerned about competition from other blockchain networks Links mentioned in this episode: - Ethereum.org: https://bit.ly/1LTiGd9 - Ethereum Foundation to Spend $30 Million on Development Over Next Year: https://bit.ly/2w2MN00 - Ethereum Foundation Website: https://bit.ly/2VIDMrU - Ethereum Foundation Values by Aya Miyaguchi (Devcon4) - YouTube: https://bit.ly/2VvuR8q - Ethereum Devcon 5 Japan - Oct 30 to Nov 2: https://bit.ly/2Vu3E5V - DappCon Berlin - August 21 to 23: https://dappcon.io/ Sponsors: - Azure: Deploy enterprise-ready consortium blockchain networks that scale in just a few clicks - http://aka.ms/epicenter This episode is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain & Friederike Ernst. Show notes and listening options: https://epicenter.tv/287