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  • The dark side of AI
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    USA TODAY's Dalvin Brown joins Jefferson Graham to discuss his latest USAT story on the dark side of Artificial Intelligence.

  • This Week in Tech 739: Bob Ross with Biceps

    This Week in Tech (Audio)

    This week's stories

    • Microsoft surprises us all with the two-screen Surface Duo phone
    • Apple's Deep Fusion poised to trump Google's Pixel 4 announcement
    • More than 500 ransomware attacks on US schools so far in 2019
    • More red flags than a Chinese parade: WeWork's failed IPO
    • Apple loves freedom - except in China
    • US, UK, and Australian governments vs encryption
    • Lexy Savvides's Memoji secrets
    • Tim Cook can woo Trump all he wants, but Apple still has to pay 25% tariffs
    • CNET folds the Samsung Galaxy Fold until it breaks
    • Why did Windows Phone fail? Iain Thomson: "It was a thousand cuts of stupidity."
    • Microsoft's new Surface line is aimed straight at Apple
    • Will there be an October Apple event? All signs point to yes.
    • Google Seattle makes a literal product graveyard
    • Levis' Jacquard jean jackets
    • PayPal backs out of Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency
    • Facebook vs Elizabeth Warren
    • Facebook says it's ok for political ads to lie
    • Twitter says it's ok for Trump to advocate civil war
    • Should Zuckerberg step down? Would that change anything?
    • Elon Musk's new Starship and its competition
    • The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is concerned about Tesla's Smart Summon feature
    • Hundreds of millions of "Words with Friends" accounts hacked
    • Japan turns off pagers after 50 years of honorable service

    Host: Leo Laporte

    Guests: Ant Pruitt, Iain Thomson, and Lexy Savvides

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  • This Week in Enterprise Tech 363: Al Dente Security Tools

    This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

    • iTunes ZeroDay
    • Attackers hide behind trusted domains, HTTPS
    • API Security: Confessions of a non-programming infosec junky
    • Facebook debuts latest PyTorch w/ Google TPU support
    • Can the Girl Scouts save the moon from cyberattack?
    • Making DevSecOps part of your culture
    • Flaw in Cyberoam firewalls exposed corporate networks to hackers
    • An appeals court says FCC can repeal Net Neutrality, but can't tell states what to do
    • AppSec "Spaghetti on the Wall" Tool Strategy undermining security

    Hosts: Louis Maresca, Curt Franklin, and Heather "Mo" Williams

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  • LOLbua 278 - Vorspiel Street Fighter 2 og Karaoke
    Rad Crew Podcast

    Gjengen samles kvelden før Tiltcast 2.0 for middag, en tur på Tilt og karaoke i Oslo. En haug lyttere som Trond Sinfour, Thomas, Puntis, Oreiner, AnneBeth og mange flere møter Katharina, Kristian, Ståle, Filip, Lars og Jon Cato til svært varierte aktiviteter. Blant annet blir det en inngående samtale om slåssespill. Musikken du hører er oss på Syng Mer i Oslo. En bonuslåt er utdrag fra Vince Kaichaens The Zubmarine Zone: Ps. Selve Tiltcast-showet må du være patreon for å høre. LOLbua lages uten noen form for støtte annet enn den vi får fra deg, vår lytter. Hvis du vil bidra, så kan du gjøre det på der vi blir glade for hver eneste krone som gis. Tilbake kan du få brev fra Jon Cato, en eksklusiv podkast og andre greier. Ps. Du finner oversikt over musikken vi spiller og video-opptak av podkasten på hjemmesiden vår. Bli med i vår Discord-kanal: Følg vår facebookside: Bli med i vårt community LOLbua Entourage: Følg oss på Twitter: Instagram: Vår hjemmeside: Takk til våre produsenter, Cobrakar84, TTMXMP og Rolf Helge Øvergaard Ingebrigtsen og alle dere andre som støtter oss. Takk til Inger Emilie Solheim for illustrasjonen. Kristian Tjessem er fotografen.

  • #245 - Neues zur PS5 und viele Eindrücke
    Daddel Gebabbel

    Maik ist endlich wieder dabei, Jan ist komplett erkältet und Daniel nimmt sich jedem Spiel an, welches er sich unter den Nagel reißen konnte. Alles andere findet ihr in den Timecodes. Beginn - 00:18:25 Intro aka Erkältung, Maik ist zurück, neuer TV und Firmware 7.00 Thema 00:18:25 - 00:36:45 Neue Infos zur PS5 News 00:36:45 - 00:41:05 Shawn Layden verlässt PlayStation 00:41:05 - 00:53:05 PS Now wird günstiger und bekommt mehr Spiele 00:53:05 - 00:59:33 Cross Play Funktion ist jedem Entwickler freigestellt 00:59:33 - 01:22:19 Blizzard und China 01:22:19 - 01:28:39 Neues Patent für PS VR Spiele 01:28:39 - 01:43:36 Code Vein 01:43:36 - 01:52:03 Ori and the Blind Forest Defintive Edition 01:52:03 - 02:01:12 Heave Ho 02:01:12 - 02:10:17 Untitled Goose Game 02:10:17 - 02:18:37 Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition - Demo Eindruck 02:18:37 - 02:31:37 Concrete Genie - Ersteindruck 02:31:37 - 02:38:50 Nachtrag gamescom: Ice Age: Scat's Nutty Adventure 02:38:50 - 02:45:40 Meta Games 02:45:40 - 02:57:17 Stapel der Schande - Updates 02:57:17 - 03:03:28 Was habt ihr zuletzt gespielt? 03:03:28 - 03:25:27 Was habt ihr zuletzt gesehen? 03:25:27 - Ende Verabschiedung und dem Nachgespräch Wenn ihr uns unterstützen möchtet, ist hier der Link zu unserer amazon Wunschliste: Kontakt zu uns: Podcast Account auf... Twitter: @DaddelGebabbel Facebook: Daniel ( @vondergraaf | PSN: Von_Der_Graaf ) Maik ( @lixmo | PSN: Lixmo ) Jan ( @FischerMinus88 | PSN: Fischer-88 )

  • The Tech Guy 1633

    The Tech Guy (Audio)

    Choosing to upgrade to a new MacBook Pro, unclogging an inkjet printer, does Samsung have an LTE Smart Watch?, alternative for iTunes, creating a slideshow of your photos, monitoring text messages and more of your calls!

    Host: Leo Laporte

    Guests: Sam Abuelsamid and Chris Marquardt

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  • PlayStation Blogcast Episode 345: Disgrumptious

    This week, the gang continues to gush over the surreal world of Control, then tiptoes into a discussion of their favorite spooky games. Listen in for a chat with Tiffany Hester, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at SIE, and stay to the end for a very special listener letter from an old friend...

  • DevOps, DevSecOps and the Year Ahead w/ Sacha Labourey
    DevSecOps Podcast Series

    Once a year, Sacha Labourey and I sit down to discuss the past year and what the coming year looks like for DevOps and Jenkins. As CEO of CloudBees, Sacha has broad visibility into the progress of the DevOps/DevSecOps communities. We started our talk this year, commenting on the growth of the Jenkins World conference, with over 2000 attendees... what does Sacha attribute that to and does it coincide with the growth within the DevOps community. We continued our discussion by examining how cultural transformation within a company must align with the tools that are available to help with that transformation. Along the way we touched on where cultural transformation comes from within an enterprise, the question of whether DevOps has yet to jumped the chasm, the tipping point for a company's full acceptance of DevOps patterns, and what does Sacha hope to accomplish in the coming year All Day DevOps: A Supporter of DevSecOps Podcast If you're listening to this podcast, you've probably heard of All Day DevOps. This year, All Day DevOps has expanded to 150 sessions, including 9 sessions dedicated to OWASP projects such as Seba talking about DevOps Assurance with OWASP SAMMv2, the OWASP Security Knowledge Framework with Glen & Ricardo ten Cate, DevSecOps in Azure with OWASP DevSlop featuring Tanya Janca, and an overview of the OWASP Top 10 with Caroline Wong. Simon talking about the OWASP ZAP HUD project is another session not to be missed. All Day DevOps is a free, community event, sponsored and supported by hundreds of organizations like yours from around the world. Registration is free. Go to All Day DevOps dot com to register and start building your schedule. All Day DevOps. All live. All online. All free.

  • 101319-Fiesta Completa Domingo-MelquisedecLisbet-1h57
    Cristo es una Mujer

  • S2 Ep11 - Fleeceware, Chrome bug and the sextortion scam that won't die
    Naked Security

    This week host Anna Brading is joined by Sophos experts Mark Stockley and Greg Iddon. They discuss National Cyber Security Awareness Month, the latest chrome bug, 'Fleeceware' and why people are still falling for emails claiming they've recorded you through your webcam. Related articles: Greg talks about SophosLabs’ latest research into ‘Fleeceware’: Source article: Mark discusses how Chrome brought Hollywood to a standstill: Chrome Update Google thread: Anna covers the sextortion emails that just won’t die. Here’s the original sextortion article from July 2018: Another article that focused on email address spoofing (including Duck’s video that Anna mentions): And the “FINAL WARNING” sextortion email article from March:

  • Podquisition 250: Miracle Of Sound

    After five years of service to the world of inane videogame chatter, Gavin "Miracle of Sound" Dunne is stepping back from our silly podcast. It's been a pleasure and a privilege, and we hope you enjoy Gav's final Podquisition as co-host in this double-length episode.

  • Huawei is out, Microsoft is in
    Android Authority

    There used to be a really easy way to install Google Apps onto the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, but that service is no longer. A security researcher found an undocumented API call in the LZ Play service and suddenly everything went down. Meanwhile, Microsoft surprised basically everybody in the world by announcing an Android smartphone...coming in 2020, but still, Adam, Jonathan and Joe are excited! Join the conversation here on the Android Authority podcast! Recorded October 3, 2019 Topics Forget about easily installing Google apps on the Mate 30 Pro Microsoft Surface Neo: Is this foldable Windows tablet the true iPad killer? Hell freezes over: Microsoft Surface Duo is an Android-based foldable device App Matters - Call of Duty 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 podcastThe SoundGuys Podcast

  • The Tech Guy 1632

    The Tech Guy (Audio)

    Microsoft's Surface announcements this week, Chromebook vs. a cheap Windows laptop, is it safe to run in administrator in Windows? Repairing a TIVO, what to expect when using a VPN, troubleshooting Apple Watch complications, and more of your calls!

    Host: Leo Laporte

    Guests: Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo

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  • FLOSS Weekly 550: CII Best Practices Badge Update

    FLOSS Weekly (Audio)

    The Linux Foundation (LF) Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII) Best Practices badge is a way for Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) projects to show that they follow best practices. Projects can voluntarily self-certify, at no cost, by using this web application to explain how they follow each best practice. The CII Best Practices Badge is inspired by the many badges available to projects on GitHub. Consumers of the badge can quickly assess which FLOSS projects are following best practices and as a result are more likely to produce higher-quality secure software.

    Hosts: Randal Schwartz and Jonathan Bennett

    Guest: David Wheeler

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    Here's what's coming up for FLOSS in the future.

    Think your open source project should be on FLOSS Weekly? Email Randal at [email protected]

    Thanks to Lullabot's Jeff Robbins, web designer and musician, for our theme music.


  • #221 Decision systems with Kim Goodwin
    UX Podcast

    Kim Goodwin joins us talk about decision systems - Design systems are often a good investment, but do they give the highest rate of return? No says Kim, changing how we make decisions gives more.

  • Checkpoint 5x18 - A Valhallától a Magicig (Szikszai Gábor interjú)

    Az IDDQD podcastjének 5x18-as (összesen 116.) adása Grathtel és Stökivel. Vendég: Szikszai Gábor grafikus. Téma: Gábor munkái a könyvborítóktól a videojátékos illusztrációkig. Kísérőposzt linkekkel:

  • ICYMI: How to streamline your subscription services
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    ICYMI: How to streamline your subscription services, with USA TODAY's Nicole Carroll and Jefferson Graham

  • iOS Today 467: The Automation Episode

    iOS Today (Audio)

    On this week's iOS Today with Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent:

    • Automate your iOS devices: Matthew Cassinelli joins us to discuss iOS automation. We dive into the Shortcuts app and take a look at building and running location-based automations, NFC tag automations, and more.
    • News: macOS Catalina is here and that means iOS apps are coming to the Mac. Apple references a not-yet-launched Sleep app for Apple Watch. You can now use Siri to play music from Spotify. Apple's iPhone 11 Pro Max gets top marks from Consumer Reports.
    • Viewer Feedback: Discourse vs. Discord and our new TWiT community forum. How to search on the iPad. Reporting issues with maps in iOS 13.
    • Leo's App Cap: Canary Mail
    • Mikah's App Cap: Focos

    Hosts: Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent

    Guest: Matthew Cassinelli

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    You can contribute to iOS Today by leaving us a voicemail at 757-504-iPad (757-504-4723) or sending an email to [email protected].


  • Pixel 4 Specs Revealed | TWiT Bits
    TWiT Bits

    TWiT Bits (Audio)

    Florence Ion, Ron Richards, and Josh Vergara talk about the recently revealed Pixel 4 spec sheet by 9to5Google.

    For the full episode, visit

    Hosts: Florence Ion and Ron Richards

    Guest: Josh Vergara

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  • Niptech 360 - Digital panda