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  • This Week in Google 521: Bill Nye the Chromebook Guy

    This Week in Google (Audio)

    This Week's Stories
    - The difficult past 3 years at Google
    - Rivals angry at Google's EU search engine auction
    - Google's next anti-trust complaint: job search
    - Incognito mode cat and mouse
    - Pixel boss moves up at Google
    - Did you own an OG Pixel? Here's how to get $20!
    - How will the Pixel 4's Soli radar work?
    - Pixel 4 to have 90hz display
    - Bill Nye hawks Chromebooks
    - Android Q back swiping kerfuffle
    - Unionizing YouTube
    - The privileges of popularity on YouTube
    - Facebook wants to be your source for news (again)
    - Fighting over Section 230 press
    - Google Maps AR navigation comes to more phones

    Picks of the week
    - Stacey's Thing: Don't buy the Echo Auto
    - Jeff's Number: 1619
    - Jason's Thing: JBL Link Bar

    Hosts: Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and Jason Howell

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  • Ham Nation 415: The Antique Wireless Museum

    Ham Nation (Audio)

    A tour of the Antique Wireless Museum with Randy, George's summer vacation, looking forward to Huntsville Hamfest and more!

    Hosts: Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Amanda Alden, and Randy Hall

    We invite you to read, add to, and amend our show notes at

    Submit your own video to Ham Nation at [email protected]

    Thanks to Joe Walsh who wrote and plays the Ham Nation theme.

    Check out Ham Nation on Facebook and Twitter!

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  • Ask The Tech Guy: Welcome to Ask The Tech Guy

    Ask The Tech Guy

    Welcome to Ask The Tech Guy. Every week, starting August 26th, The Tech Guy himself, Leo Laporte will answer one of your toughest tech questions in language anyone can understand. With over 20 years of experience answering viewers' most technical questions and explaining the fast-moving world of technology, Leo has helped thousands of grateful knowledge seekers.

    If you have tech trauma, don't fear, don't fret, don't freak out - just Ask the Tech Guy! Email [email protected]

    Host: Leo Laporte

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  • MacBreak Weekly 674: Treat It Like a Buritto

    MacBreak Weekly (Audio)

    This Week's Stories:

    • Apple at Black Hat / Def Con
    • Apple locks battery health for 3rd-party repairs
    • Apple Card Review
    • If you have an Apple Card, make sure you don't lose your iPhone
    • What makes the iPhone 11 Pro "Pro"?
    • iPad Pro with 3-lens camera coming in October
    • Apple working on gaze tracking for AR
    • iPhone gesture control possibilities
    • Apple partners with ethical gold miners
    • Student ID on iPhones coming to more colleges

    Picks of the Week

    • Andy's Pick: Domke Protective Wraps
    • Rene's Pick: LG UltraFine 5K Display
    • Lory's Pick: AirSnap for AirPods in twill

    Hosts: Andy Ihnatko, Rene Ritchie, and Lory Gil

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  • All About Android 433: Gesturing Towards Nowhere

    All About Android (Audio)

    • Samsung Note 10 and Note 10+ are as premium as smartphones get.
    • First look at the new JBL Link Bar with Android TV and Assistant.
    • Android Q Beta 6 is out which means the final release is next.
    • Huawei details HarmonyOS, its open-source Android replacement.
    • Pixel 4 will reportedly have a 90Hz 'Smooth Display' refresh rate.
    • Play Services update is killing battery life on a number of devices.
    • Google Lens AR now interacts with Netflix print ads.

    Read our show notes here:

    Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards

    Guest: Ryan Whitwam

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  • Security Now 727: BlackHat & DefCon

    Security Now (Audio)

    This Week's Stories
    • BlackHat and Def Con 2019
    • Microsoft dangles $300,000 for Azure hacks at BlackHat...
    • Hotel chaos from Germany's Chaos Computer Club
    • 40 dangerous drivers
    • Google's battle to allow its Incognito users' Incognitoness to be Incognito
    • Microsoft ranks the industry's top bug hunters
    • Apple bumps its bounties

    We invite you to read our show notes at

    Hosts: Steve Gibson and Jason Howell

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    You can submit a question to Security Now! at the GRC Feedback Page.

    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.


  • 08-11- 19-Take UpYour CrossAnd FollowMe-MelquisedecLisbet-26m
    Cristo es una Mujer

  • Talking Tech, Argentina style
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    Eight college students from the Institute of Technology of Buenos Aires come to visit Jefferson Graham at USA TODAY's LA studios, and fill him in on the tech scene in Argentina.

  • Niptech 357 - About 8
  • [] Penso#6 - Sobre soberanos, disciplinadores e controladores

    Encontro-me absorto em uma aula, cercado de conceitos densos demais. Rabisco como quem não quer nada 3 nomes de jogos que acompanharam não só a mim, mas várias gerações nos últimos 30 anos. E noto a sua incrível semelhança com 3 modelos de sociedades sugeridas por Foucault e Deleuze. Noto por que a metáfora me chamou tanto a atenção. Está tudo lá, em um jogo que vem animando cortes, sultanatos, tabernas, casas, praças, campeonatos e até o data center da IBM há milênios. Acredito que nós, humanos, seres dotados dessa habilidade de criar um mundo externo à nossa vivência física, através de metáforas e cosmogonias várias, talvez tenhamos manifestado e encenado outros movimentos de grandes fluxos sociais ao longo da história a partir da evolução de nossos divertimentos. De nossos jogos. E que deixamos pistas sobre isso. E, no Penso#6, explico como isso pode ajudar você a se colocar melhor no mundo profissional. ***PARA ALÉM DA EXPERIÊNCIA AUDITIVA*** Vídeo completo sobre Foucault: Vídeo completo sobre a Filosofia da Diferença: Vídeo do próprio Deleuze explicando a Sociedade de Controle (Legendado): Entre para o Grupo de Distribuição de conteúdo em Assine a newsletter, para receber e-mails não só sobre os programas como dos próximos passos do conteúdo: Siga o projeto no Instagram em @mauroamaral Penso#1: Penso#2: Penso#3: Penso#4: Penso#5: ***FICHA TÉCNICA*** Penso#6, gravado em 14/08/2019 Roteiro, edição e mixagem: @mauroamaral Áudio extra 1: retirado do vídeo "Michel Foucault por Oswaldo Giacoia Junior", do canal Quem Somos Nós Áudio extra 2: retirado do vídeo "DELEUZE: FILOSOFIA DA DIFERENÇA | FRANKLIN LEOPOLDO E SILVA", do canal Casa do Saber Áudio extra 3: retirado do vídeo "Deleuze e as sociedades disciplinar e de controle", disponível no YouTube DÚVIDAS? SUGESTÕES: [email protected] QUER APOIAR? Só vai ler essa última linha quem quiser colaborar. Para isso, é só baixar o PICPAY em seu smartphone e procurar por mauroamaralpodcast. Temos dois planos por lá, tudo explicadinho. O link é

  • Bonuspodcast: Das Quartett der Spielkultur
    Auf ein Bier GamesPodcast

    Alle Infos zur The-Pod-Livetour: Jetzt Backer werden: Als kleinen Bonus gibt’s heute einen Ausflug Jenseits des Pod-Universums. Am 4. Juli wurde im Rahmen des Filmfests München die dritte Folge des „Quartetts der Spielkultur“ live aufgeführt. In der Event-Reihe diskutieren die Gastgeber Marcus Richter und Melek Balgün mit je zwei Gästen interessante Spiele die zu einem übergeordneten Thema passen. Jeder Teilnehmer bringt dabei ein Spiel „mit“, dass er oder sie zur Diskussion stellt. In dieser dritten Folge ging es um das Thema „Die Zukunft in Spielen – Spiele der Zukunft?“ mit Petra Schmitz (GameStar) und Christian Schiffer (Bayrischer Rundfunk, WASD, The Panel) als Gästen. Die Aufzeichnung verdanken wir Code-Gott und The-Pod-Crewmitglied Dominik Ehrenberg.

  • TWiET 355: Hack-In-A-Box

    This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

    You've heard of wardriving, well now there is "warshipping" with boxes of hacking gear being shipped, and we're talking to GoSpotCheck's CEO about how their solution can get you beyond user portals for dramatically better employee coordination and communications.

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

    Guest: Matt Talbot

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  • Final Samsung Note 10 Notes and Netflix’s foe
    Android Authority

    The Samsung Note 10 wasn’t the only news of the week! Adam, Joe, and Jonathan explore new rumors about the Google Pixel 4 - more RAM, less battery. Meanwhile, Netflix, Hulu, CBS, and Disney are all fighting each other while pirates are looking on and laughing. Huawei’s plan B is here, but can it make a new OS work? And finally, LG has a fun little video invitation to a new phone, coming to IFA 2019. Tech We Like: Oculus Quest All-in-one VR Gaming Headset View all of our Podcast Picks at Affiliate disclosure: We may receive compensation in connection with your purchase of products via links on this page. The compensation received will never influence the content, topics or posts made on this podcast. Recorded August 8 Time codes 13:15 - Google Pixel 4 will have a 90Hz display and 6GB of RAM 30:00 - Video streaming services forgot their foe was piracy, not each other 47:30 - Report: Huawei to launch first Hongmeng OS phone alongside Mate 30 series App Matters - Steam Link  62:30 - LG announces IFA 2019 event, featuring second screen: Is it the LG V60 ThinQ? 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

  • Neil deGrasse Tyson Should Stop Tweeting - Dude Soup Podcast #238
  • Genesis Doing What Nintendid | TWiT Bits
    TWiT Bits

    TWiT Bits (Audio)

    Patrick Norton and Sebastian Peak talk about the $80 Sega Genesis Mini, the latest in the trend of retro mini-consoles. It connects via HDMI and comes with 42 games (including Sonic and Golden Axe).

    Full episode at

    Hosts: Patrick Norton and Sebastian Peak

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  • 123 – Serviço é o novo produto

    No episódio de hoje vamos falar sobre como as empresas de tecnologia estão focando cada vez mais em serviços. A Microsoft, que antes fazia dinheiro vendendo Windows e Office, hoje fatura muito com serviços de nuvem. E a Apple, que está precisando se reinventar com serviços de pagamento, nuvem e streaming, diante da dificuldade de vender cada vez mais iPhones. No segundo bloco falamos sobre como anda o mercado de casas conectadas no Brasil e também sobre as assistentes pessoais ouvindo tudo o que a gente fala. Dá o play e vem com a gente! >> Oferecimento: Cambly No Cambly dá pra fazer aulas particulares ao vivo, por chamadas em vídeo, 24 horas por dia. Tudo isso com muita flexibilidade. O aluno escolhe a duração da aula, os dias da semana em que vai estudar, a hora que quer estudar e até o professor com quem vai falar. A aula pode ser feita em qualquer lugar, no computador ou no celular. Tem professores para todos os níveis e gostos. Na busca do Cambly, a gente conseguiu encontrar até professores que falam português, para quem ainda está começando e se mais confiante com uma pessoa que entende o nosso idioma. Quando você encontrar o professor ideal, é só clicar num botão e o Cambly já te conecta rapidinho ou deixa você agendar um horário. Então pra conhecer mais sobre o Cambly, baixe o aplicativo na App Store ou no Google Play. E quem é ouvinte do Tecnocast ganha a primeira aula de graça! É só usar o código TECNOCAST e começar a aprender inglês em qualquer lugar, a qualquer momento.

  • SKIM 31: Taste The Wind
    Scott Johnson 24

    Kim and I are outside and the mic had a lot of wind and it annoyed me, but we did a show anyway. Lots of good stuff here. So enjoy.

  • Podquisition 243: Bethesda Being Bethesda

    Bethesda has been crapping the bed more than usual, between accidental Doom DRM and a whole confusing mess over Wolfenstein's microtransactions. Elsewhere, games were played and stuff happened!

  • A Blueprint for Multi-Cloud Success- Intel Chip Chat episode 669
    Intel Chip Chat

    Brian Kelly, CEO of CloudGenera, joins us to discuss what it will take for enterprises to realize success in multi-cloud adoption. A good multi-cloud strategy includes a right mix of on- and off premises investments. As organizations address and reduce their technical debt, improve the economics and cost transparency in the data center, and establish best practices for making workload placement decisions, they will uncover their right mix. The smartest organizations will operate in a multi-cloud environment leveraging the best that private and public cloud can afford. CloudGenera provides vendor-agnostic IT analysis for a clear view of private, hybrid and public cloud solutions to help enterprises speed time to digital transformation. CloudGenera’s algorithms automate decisions for workload placement as well as simulate business cases for workload transformation to achieve better value for spend, lower risk, and improve performance. CloudGenera teamed with Intel to write “The Blueprint for Cloud Success,” a white paper that addresses the importance of a sound multi-cloud strategy and breaks down the necessary components. Find it at

  • No Guts No Galaxy #176: MWO Comp Championship Series 2019
    Gaming Podcast

    A BattleTech and MechWarrior podcast. Also available on YouTube: