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  • Zynga looks to Snapchat + GOT
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    The story of videogame company Zynga is of rise and fall, but unlike many others, it climbed its way back up, thanks to the resilience of games like "Words with Friends," and "Zynga Poker." With new games in the wings for Snapchat and a GOT game, Zynga's president of publishing Bernard Kim sits down with Jefferson Graham for a chat.

  • Game of Roles : Magic - Saison 2, Episode 15

    Notre fier équipage découvre le Pays Môn et en apprend un peu plus sur le mode de vie de ces personnes de petite taille qui semblent avoir maille à partir avec une peuplade mystérieuse... Bonne écoute ! ---- Écoutez-nous également : Sur Souncloud : Sur Apple podcast : Sur YouTube : Sur n’importe quel app avec le flux : Rejoignez-nous : Sur le twitter de Qualiter : @dequaliter Sur le twitter de JVTV : @JVTVofficiel Sur le discord JVTV : Vous pouvez également soutenir Qualiter en participant à notre patreon :

  • 041419-El Orden De CabezaYCuerpo- MelquisedecLisbet- 1h36-FC
    Cristo es una Mujer

  • Can You Tell Which Is the Real John Legend?

    Google cloned John Legend's voice to give its virtual assistant a new persona. WIRED made this clip to compare the singer and his digital double, and modified it to approximate phone-call quality audio. Read the story: Audio source: Google

  • TWBD 57: Welcome back, George
    Scott Johnson 24

    We are right back in the fire this week as our heroes face something new, something old, and something odd. Enjoy!

  • A Free Speech Chat With FIRE
    News & Politics

    It's time for another special cross-post from a different podcast. Mike was recently a guest on the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education's So To Speak podcast, for an interview about Techdirt, free speech, content moderation, and a range of other topics. If you didn't catch it there, you can listen to the whole interview here in this week's episode.

  • Ask the Points Guy for best deals on credit cards
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    Which is the best travel card to get the most points? #TalkingTech checks in with Sarah Silbert of to find out.

  • Ham Nation 398: Remembering Owen Garriott W5LFL

    Ham Nation (Audio)

    Remembering Owen Garriott W5LFL, Amateur Radio Newsline with Don, Solar Update with Dr Tamitha Skov, visit The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting while in Ohio, George takes a look at the 2019 ARRL Repeater Directory, Dayton After Dark and more!

    Hosts: Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, and Amanda Alden

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  • Windows Weekly 617: It's Pronounced XBox One "Sharday"

    Windows Weekly (Audio)

    This Week's Stories:

    • Microsoft launches Surface Hub 2S: pricing, specs, and availability.
    • An 85-inch version is on the way, and there's a Surface Hub 2 display coming, too.
    • Xbox One S All-Digital Edition debuts will cost $250.
    • Microsoft announces Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
    • Sony describes next-gen console before Microsoft - when we can expect Xbox v.Next news?
    • Microsoft reveals E3 plans.
    • Microsoft is working with Warner Bros. on a Minecraft movie for some reason.
    • Xbox One April 2019 Update is here, but it's a minor release.
    • One week (or more) with the new Edge: It's a winner.
    • Firefox for ARM - Those hardy few with Windows 10 on ARM PCs can now use a native version of the Firefox web browser in the Beta channel.
    • Microsoft confirms that some accounts were compromised,
    • Microsoft will not provide facial recognition tech to California.
    • Microsoft to release Surface Buds - an idea Paul proposed in January.
    • Microsoft kills a misfit Surface Go configuration.
    • Acer announces a new premium brand called ConceptD. I think they may be on to something.
    • HP debuts new EliteBooks, Zbook portable workstations, and more.

    Tips and picks

    • Tip of the week: Microsoft/Xbox Store is hosting a Spring Sale.
    • Plus: Numskull announced a fun new range of officially-sanctioned Xbox merchandise.
    • Plus: Want to clean install Windows 10 version 1903 right now. Here's how.
    • PLUS! The Office Home Use Program is live for Office 365 Home and Personal!
    • App pick of the week: Forza Street
    • Enterprise pick of the week: JEDI bidding is down to two.
    • Codename pick of the week: Bosque
    • Beer pick of the week: Citizen Cider bRose

    Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott

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    The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin.


  • موجز الأخبار، السبت 13 إبريل 2019، يأتيكم برعاية: شركة الحاسب العربي ACS
    Tech News

    موجز الأخبار يأتيكم يوميًا من البوابة العربية للأخبار التقنية برعاية شركة الحاسب العربي ACS خدمات وحلول تقنية لكفاءة وفاعلية ------------------- يأتيكم موجز الأخبار في تمام الساعة: 8 صباحًا بتوقيت جمهورية مصر العربية. 9 صباحًا بتوقيت المملكة العربية السعودية. 10 صباحًا بتوقيت الإمارات العربية المتحدة.

  • “With CTP, it’s like playing on the All-Star team, everyday.”
    The Doppler Cloud Podcast

    Our guest on the podcast this week is Dan Griffith, Principal Cloud Architect and Team Lead at Cloud Technology Partners, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. This week we’re switching things up and digging into a topic we know even better than cloud: What it’s like working at CTP. While there is no shortage in the number of organizations that need help migrating, modernizing and building applications in the cloud, there is a shortage in the amount of talent filling those roles. Attain a new AWS, Azure or GCP certification, and a handful of recruiters will rush to get you on the phone. The job market has never been as bountiful as it is now, and for the skills you have! So, how do you decide where to take your career next? We think CTP is that landing zone. In this episode, we get honest and talk about the reality of working at CTP, including: - Our “fast-paced”, “dive into the deep end”, “no fear of failure” culture - The not so glamorous side of traveling when you’re a consultant - The truth behind our acquisition and its impact, or lack thereof, on our business - The kind of people we look to hire Want to join our team? Check out all of our nation-wide openings:

  • E922 Scaling Your Startup E2 "Communication": Tips, tools, tactics to communicate w/team & investors
  • MacBreak Weekly 657: Baked Apple

    MacBreak Weekly (Audio)

    This Week's Stories:
    • Qualcomm and Apple Settle Lawsuit
    • Apple as a Content Creator
    • Is Apple Really a Luxury Brand?
    • A Developer's Perspective on Apple
    • Hulu, Netflix and Disney
    • With Apple Services Will Apple Become a Modern Day Digital Hub?

    Picks of the Week:
    • Leo's Pick: Princeton IoT Inspector
    • Rene's Pick: Snow
    • Lory's Pick: Logitech Slim Folio Pro
    • Oliver's Pick - Trident Open ROV Drone
    • Andy's Pick: One Switch menulet

    Hosts: Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, and Rene Ritchie

    Guests: Lory Gil and Oliver Breidenbach

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  • 041419-El Orden De Cabeza Y Cuerpo-MelquisedecLisbet-22m
    Cristo es una Mujer

  • Which Voice Is the Real John Legend?

    Google cloned John Legend's voice to give its virtual assistant a new persona. WIRED made this clip to compare the singer and his digital double. Read the story: Audio source: Google

  • TMS 1690: The Luke Abides
    Scott Johnson 24

    We aint GoT no spoilers. Who is Madame X? Let me touch your faces. It's still real to him, dammit. I guess I was Soda Nude. Sure but where's the cat? Major Spoilers! Trek Nerd and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

  • #283 Yaniv Tal: The Graph – A Marketplace for Web3 Data Indexes Based on GraphQL

    At the core of the Web 2.0 stack lies the REST API. It's the fiber which allows frontend applications to communicate with their backend counterparts, as well as the services on which they depend. But the API model is highly constrained and inflexible. The API is divorced from the data model, which creates a number of restrictions and inefficiencies. Most blockchain clients, including Geth, Parity and Bitcoin Core, use a JSON-RPC model which suffers from similar issues. Several Ethereum DApps maintain high-availability, centralized data indexes which sit between the client and the blockchain. Thought user experience is greatly improved, the practice means most of the ecosystem relies on centralized infrastructure. We're joined by Yaniv Tal, Project Lead at The Graph. The project aims to create a scalable marketplace of robust and high-availability blockchain data indexes. Relying on the modern GraphQL data query language initially developed by Facebook, The Graph allows developers to make complex queries to a robust and high-availability data infrastructure. Launched as a hosted service earlier this year, The Graph plans to move to a decentralized model in the future. Topics discussed in this episode: - The vision of The Graph and why the team chose to work on this problem - The REST API client-server model in the Web 2.0 paradigm - The state of the Ethereum ecosystem and the challenges relating to data availability - How DApps work behind the scenes and their backend infrastructure - GraphQL as the evolution of the API model - How The Graph addresses the issue of data querying and availability - Their hosted services and plans to move to a hybrid model - How The Graph addresses privacy and scalability - The incentive mechanisms and economics related to data integrity - Early applications and the project's near-term roadmap Links mentioned in this episode: - The Graph - A Query Protocol for Blockchains: - The Graph on Medium: - Browse and Explore Subgraphs: - Graph Docs: - GraphQL Will Power the Decentralized Web: - The Graph’s Research and Specifications are Now Open Source: - Our Investment In The Graph - Multicoin Capital: - GraphQL: - Yaniv Tal on Twitter: Sponsors: - Cosmos: Join the most interoperable ecosystem of connected blockchains - This episode is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain & Sebastien Couture. Show notes and listening options:

  • SN 710: DragonBlood
    Security Now

    Security Now (Audio)

    • DragonBlood: the first effective attack on the new WPA3 protocol
    • Malicious use of the URL tracking "ping" attribute
    • The WinRAR Nightmare
    • More 3rd-party A/V troubles with Microsoft
    • What good did April's patch Tuesday accomplish?
    • Adobe 's big patch Tuesday
    • Google considering automatically blocking "high risk" downloads
    • Russia's Roskomnadzor finally lowers the boom on Facebook
    • The incredible Taj Mahal APT framework

    Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte

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    For 16kbps versions, transcripts, and notes (including fixes), visit Steve's site:, also the home of the best disk maintenance and recovery utility ever written Spinrite 6.


  • Double Tap #124: Behind The Mask
    Mash Those Buttons
    Fighting Games

    Capcom releases 16 rom arcade stick?, Dragon Ball Fighter Z glitch madness, Darl Dagger swings her way in, Heavy Mortal Kombat Trailers and More!

  • This Week in Computer Hardware 513: Samsung Folding Phones: You're Doing It Wrong!!!

    This Week in Computer Hardware (Audio)

    Samsung Folding Phones: You're doing it wrong. Apple and Qualcomm make up, Playstation 5 specs, and the dark dirty world of fake Amazon reviews!!! All that and more in TWiCH, This Week in Computer Hardware, episode 513!

    Hosts: Patrick Norton and Sebastian Peak

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    Send your computer hardware questions to [email protected].