Additional Muppets, A Codpiece and a Ball! Scott and Brian Review old Cad software for 10 minutes. Lick Your Palm Pilot. Brian Uses his Brain. Scott Uses the Internet. You've Got No Friend In Me!! YOU CAN USE BRYCE. Rain melts snow...who knew! If You Can't See, You Can't Cheat. Tom's Tech Time. Forgetfulmentals and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
Chinchilla is my safe word. Natch the Ghost. Familial Feet Are OK. Something That Comes Out Of A Caulking Gun Next To Each Weiner. Andrew Allen's new release drops. Keep your Doritos feet out of my massager. JFC: Jacksonville Fried Chicken? Chichen Itza rhymes with pizza. Richards Are Dicks In 2019, Not Sure About Jack'ed Johns. By Crom, That's an Expensive Fajita. Eight Weiners and a Caulking Gun. Making things with Bill. Jury Duty and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
When Kashmir Hill last joined us on the podcast, it was to discuss her experiment with cutting big tech companies out of her life. This week she's back to discuss something even harder to escape, and subject of her recent article in the New York Times: the low-profile companies that track consumers and assign them secret scores, and the disturbing amount of power they wield.
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We pretty much know what’s going on with the Qualcomm Tech Summit tomorrow, but, as with anything, context is key. And with Qualcomm, there’s always plenty of context we can get into. From 5G to 8K, Apple to ARM, XDA's Max Weinbach joins us in this silicon dive. This is the Android Police Podcast.
On this week's Blogcast, we interview Sean Velasco of Yacht Club Games about Shovel Knight: King of Cards and Shovel Knight Showdown! Then, we we dig into some hard-hitting listener letters that send at least one of us spiraling into an existential crisis. Enjoy!
RE3 is coming and we have thoughts on that. People cheat, and Blizz ain't having it. What Darksiders Genesis needs. Why Dragon Quest Builders 2 actually works for Scott. Why Jon can't live with his RPG faces. And so much more.
FBI says your refrigerator could be a security risk, updating to the latest macOS, using a tablet to replace sheet music on paper, Scott Wilkinson on how to improve your TV picture, making SSD hard drives last, creating a bootable image for a Mac, where to start with Linux, Operation Santa with Johnny Jet, Chromebook troubleshooting, finding the right printer, magnetic phone charger cables with Dick Debartolo, and more of your calls!
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Rafael Fischmann e Eduardo Marques estão juntos novamente discutindo tudo de mais quente que rolou na última semana, no mundo Apple. No ar! [Edição: Eduardo Garcia]
Fats Crendle performs some of his pool tricks before we discuss D4, Kingdoms of Amalur, Pokemon, and Google's utter nonsense.
Võtsime lõpuks proovida, kas igapäevaselt elektriautoga toimetamine on närvesööv või reaalne? Selleks on meil Hyundai Kona ja Nissan Leaf. Saates veel: - avati (kuri)kuulus Reidi tee - Citybee avaldas statistika - mis on õiglane hind kütuse eest? - rehvide uued tähised - kõige odavam elektriauto? - paavst sai uue sõiduki ja see on päris ootamatu Stuudios on Martin Mets ja Tarmo Tähepõld Geeniuse autoportaalist.
Neuromorphic computing looks to the human brain and nervous system for inspiration. The brain is very good at perceiving information, learning from context, and inference. Understanding how the brain does something can inform how a computer could perform the same task. To be sure, neuromorphic computing isn’t biomimicry or about reconstructing the brain in silicon. Rather, it’s about understanding the processes and structures of neuroscience and using those insights to inform research, engineering, and technology. Those insights can help create a new generation of AI that’s better at seeing, learning, and solving problems. Mike Davies is the director of Intel’s Neuromorphic Computing Lab and a veteran neuromorphic computing engineer. He joined us to talk about neuromorphic computing, what it means to “spike” a neural network, and Intel’s Loihi, a neuromorphic research chip that contains over 130,000 “neurons.” For more about neuromorphic computing go to https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/research/neuromorphic-computing.html Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. © Intel Corporation
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On FLOSS Weekly, Randal Schwartz, Aaron Newcomb, and Jonathan Bennett talk about the various things going on within the world of open-source.
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Victor and William talk about iPhone 12 rumors for 2020, Apple's being sued over privacy concerns, being investigated for antitrust over being too good at protecting privacy, and Black Friday deals.
Adam, Jonathan, and Joe discuss the Escobar Fold 1 and the...unique marketing approach for this phone. Qualcomm’s Hawaii-based processor event dropped and with it the Snapdragons 865, 765, and 765G. Speaking of G, there will be 5G’s with every processor. And finally, we look at Alphabet and Google, now running with the same CEO as Brin and Page quietly head for the exits. All that and more on the Android Authority podcast! Recorded December 5, 2019 Topics Pablo Escobar’s brother released a folding phone, and more! Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit: What you need to know Qualcomm Snapdragon 865: Everything you need to know Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 specs and 765G specs What the Snapdragon 865 means for your next smartphone Sundar Pichai new CEO at Alphabet, oversees Google App Matters: Google Play Santa Tracker The Android Authority podcast is: Adam Doud - @DeadTechnology Jonathan Feist - @JFeist1 / @DroneRushcom Joe Hindy - @ThatJoeHindy Produced by Adam Doud Check out the other podcasts in our network! The DGiT Daily podcast The SoundGuys Podcast
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Victor and William talk about Qualcomm making iPhone 5G a priority for 2020, and Ming Chi Quo has a prediction about in-display Touch ID. In other news, BMW indicates a change in direction and stops charging for CarPlay.