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    This Week in Tech 616: Thats Not a Hot Dog


    Is Apple just pretending to be innovative? Does AlphaGo's latest victory mean that general AI is around the corner? Who knows more about you, Facebook or Google? Should the NSA stockpile exploits? How long can Tesla stay on top of the EV market? Are robot cops coming? And... Is that a hot dog?

    --Clayton Morris recommends Cosmic Disclosure for the latest in UFO conspiracies.
    --Dan Patterson recommends Gerrit Lansing for the latest in political data analytics.
    --Tim Stevens knows that if you gaze long at the Cap'n Crunch, the Cap'n Crunch also gazes at you.

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    This Week in Tech 614: $46 at the Piggly Wiggly


    The WannaCry ransomware attack is far from over. Amazon introduces the Echo Show - will the touchscreen voice assistant/videophone flop? Microsoft announces their own voice assistant, the Cortana Speaker. The US plans to ban laptops on flights from Europe. Comcast and Charter agree not to compete on wireless. Russian hackers pwned by French presidential campaign

    --Christina Warren needs friends in Seattle.
    --Father Robert Ballecer just got back from Malta.
    --Roberto Baldwin got hung up on by AT&T; customer service.
    --Alex Wilhelm's name will not set off your Amazon Voice Assistant.

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    This Week in Tech 620: From Key West to Key Largo


    Amazon buys Whole Foods, might buy Slack. Travis Kalanick resigns as Uber CEO. The best drones money can buy. iPad Pro is the future of Mac laptops. Neighbor spoofing robocaller made a million calls a day. Apple Music now $99/year. Why Apple made the iPhone.  

    --Owen JJ Stone has strange ideas about geography.
    --Tom Merritt writes books about time travel.
    --Jason Hiner writes books about amazing podcasters.

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    It’s All in the Timing: New Tech to Tighten Aircraft Spacing


    In February 2017, NASA’s aeronautics research team -- along with partners from Boeing, Honeywell and United Airlines – completed a three-week flight campaign to test a new tech called Flight Deck Interval Management. The prototype hardware and software is designed to automatically provide pilots with more precise spacing information on approach into a busy airport so that more planes can safely land in a given time. The technology is intended to help airplanes spend less time in the air, save money on fuel, and reduce engine emissions – all while improving schedule efficiency to help passengers arrive on time.

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    This Week in Tech 619: Honey, I Shrunk the Panel


    Amazon buys Whole Foods, and has its eyes on Slack. Apple's HomePod - Sonos killer? Facebook's Safety Check causes stress. Twitter's redesign. Voter fraud conspiracies. E3 announcements.

    --Jason's Pick: Zero Fasting Tracker
    --Brian's Pick: React Native
    --Peter's Pick: Star Trek Bridge Crew
    --Dave's Pick: Boosted Board, EZ Robot

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    Water Heater Element -installation - EZ


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    Tim Cook Allegedly Testing Glucose Monitor On His Apple Watch | Power Lunch | CNBC


    CNBC's Christina Farr reports the latest on Apple's push into the health space.
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    Tech News This Morning - Wednesday, June 28th, 2017


    GoldenEye global cyberattack, HUGE fine for Google and How smart does your smartphone make you?

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    This Week in Tech 611: Bezel Come Back


    At the F8 Developer Conference, Facebook shows off its hot new augmented reality technology - which looks a whole lot like Snapchat. Apple is secretly working on non-invasive blood sugar detection, which could be a boon to millions of diabetics. Apple also wants to save the Earth by using 100% recycled materials in its products, covering its headquarters in solar panels, and manufacturing its own sweat. Wait, what? Google, which has made billions in ad revenue, is working on an ad blocker. The Samsung Galaxy S8 came out this week and has yet to explode. Bixby, Samsung's voice assistant, seems to be fizzling. According to Qualcomm, the first Windows PC using an ARM chip could be out later this year. in completely unrelated news, Intel has canceled the Intel Developer Forum. HTC's newest phone, codenamed Ocean, will have a squeezable frame and a questionable logo. Steve Ballmer's new site makes government spending more accessible. Another bad week for Uber. And McDonald's new uniforms highlight the techno-dystopia we all live in.

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    --Serenity Caldwell loves roller derby.
    --Owen J.J. Stone loves his father and cherishes the stories that he recorded before his death.

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    This Week in Tech 618: Snakes vs Alligators


    Leo is out this week, so Jason Snell takes the reins. At WWDC this week, Apple announced their Amazon Echo killer, the HomePod. They also announced big updates to iOS 11, the 10.5 iPad Pro, and the (at least) $4999 iMac Pro. Catering to a slightly less spendy demographic, Amazon announced that it will offer lower priced Prime subscriptions to people on Government Assistance. Uber had (another) bad week - capped off with Eric Holder's report to the Uber board.

    --Mikah Sargent thinks Taylor Swift is fine.
    --Harry McCracken is on Team Katy.
    --Lisa Schmeiser has a blank space, baby, and she'll write your name.
    --Jason Snell has Katy Perry on the counter in his kitchen.

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    Tech News This Morning - Thursday, June 29th, 2017


    WATCH NOW: Vaccine found to kill massive ransomware attack, YouTube stunt turned fatal and More people switching to Mac?

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    Lenovo ThinkPad X270 Review


    Lisa Gade reviews the Lenovo ThinkPad X270, the refresh of Lenovo’s smallest traditional business laptop. The X270 replaces the X260 in Lenovo’s 12.5” Ultrabook lineup, and it’s been refreshed with Intel 7th generation Kaby Lake dual core, 15 watt CPUs and Intel HD 620 graphics. It gains a USB-C port and for a portable this small, it packs a lot of ports including Ethernet, HDMI and a dock connector. The 2.9 lb. /1.3kg notebook has Lenovo’s usual excellent backlit keyboard, an MS Precision trackpad, optional LTE 4G and a fingerprint scanner.

    The Bridge battery system is back with an internal 23 WHr battery and your choice of 3 removable batteries, the largest of which is 72 WHr and allows for extremely long runtimes. The machine is available with a 1366 x 768 TN panel or a 1920 x 1080 IPS display (both are matte and non-touch). Pricing starts around $800, depending on current Lenovo specials.

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    This Week in Google 406: Call Me Mr. Pruneface


    Google releases the Jamboard, their smart whiteboard. How Google's ATAP has changed. Google can now track your offline credit card purchases. Why is it so hard to get Android apps on Chromebooks? What is Fuschia? Android Automotive will take over your car's dashboard. Java creator James Gosling is going to AWS. 1Password introduces Travel Mode to protect you at the border. Chaos Computer Club demonstrates how to hack Samsung's Iris Detection with just a camera and a contact lens. The FCC really wants to kill net neutrality, and they will beat you up if you ask them polite questions. Ford's new CEO is all about self-driving cars, but Waymo has a huge lead over everyone else. Uber angers customers, drivers, and pretty much the entire city of Pittsburgh.

    --Jeff's Number: Google Street view is 10 years old, and artists love it.
    --Stacey's Thing: WeMo Dimmer Switch
    --Ron Amadeo's Stuff: Elegato Stream Deck

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    Tech News Today 1773: Yes We Have No 1.7 Million Bananas


    According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon has given away 1.7 million free bananas. Bezos wanted to offer a free healthy snack to workers and non-workers around the company's headquarters, but now the company is disrupting the fruit economy with their freebies.

    The Guardian posted parts of Facebook's manual for its moderators that details how the social network handles potentially bad behavior on the network, revealing the complexities of how the company enforces its own ethical code.

    Microsoft co-founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen are just two of the big wigs investing 29 million dollars in Echodyne, an autonomous tech company behind the radar vision used in drones and self-driving cars. Echodynes sensors are designed to work through the rain, snow, and other adverse weather conditions.

    Plus, The Supreme Court change how patent trolls do business, Ford replaces its CEO with the head of its autonomous car division, Bill Gates has a few books for you to read this summer, and Steve Kovach from Business Insider reveals what Google's experimental ATAP group has been up to since Regina Duggan left for Facebook.

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    Technology news June 28th 2017 Google Facebook Iphone and much more


    Latest Technology news update for Wednesday June 28th 2017

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    This Week in Tech 506: This Decade in TWiT


    Hosts: Leo Laporte, John C. Dvorak, Roger Chang, Robert Heron, Patrick Norton, and David Prager
    On this special episode, Leo is joined by the early members of 'This Week in Tech' to reminisce and celebrate the last 10 years of the show.
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  • This Week in Tech 617: Ask for the Camel With TWO Humps


    WWDC is tomorrow! What will Apple announce? A Siri Speaker, perhaps? Google will updat Chrome to block annoying ads, but what will count as "annoying?" Where did Microsoft go wrong? One word: Vista. The US Supreme Court decides that patent rights end at sale.

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    This Week in Tech 601: Fiber to the Press Release


    Will Twitter's new anti-harassment tools succeed? Tim Cook hints at Apple's AR future. Gigabit fiber vs. 5G wireless vs. satellite internet in a 3-way race to own your broadband. House passes email privacy bill. Coding is the next blue-collar job.  

    --Mike Elgan knows why Twitter's new tools will fail.
    --Jason Hiner doesn't like the MacBook Pro Touch Bar.
    --Liz Gannes knows the perfect way to listen to podcasts.
    --Leo Laporte looks amazing in heart-shaped glasses.

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    This Week in Tech 607: Ozark Puddin


    US Senate votes to end ISP privacy regulations. The Turkish Crime Family demand $100,000 in iTunes gift cards for iCloud hack. Android O needs a name. Supreme Court hears printer ink patent case. Tesla Model 3 is on the way. Samsung Galaxy S8's big announcement is coming this week. US and UK ban electronics bigger than a phone on flights from Middle Eastern countries by Middle Eastern carriers. Google screws up messaging - again.

    --Georgia Dow has two VR rooms in her house.
    --Rob Reid knows what music aliens like best.
    --Nathan Olivarez-Giles wants a car with a naturally aspirated engine.​​

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    This Week in Tech 603: Tricks for Tips


    Inside Uber's unrestrained workplace culture, predictions for Snapchats looming IPO, Mobile World Congress report with new phones, Pearl the VR nominated short film, Nokia returns with the 3310, FCC Chairman Pai rushes to block new privacy rules, and a serious Cloudfire bug exposed.

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    This Week in Tech 604: Flabby, Flaccid, and Flatulent


    Snapchat has a huge IPO -and makes one high school $24 million. Is Apple killing the lightning port on the iPhone 8? Spotify crosses the 50 million user mark. Mobile World Congress 2017 had a whole bunch of great phones. Nintendo Switch cartridges taste horrible on purpose. Overwatch wins Game of the Year at GDC. All this and Uber's terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad week.

    --Florence Ion shows off the new LG G6.
    --Peter Rojas 
    --Alex Wilhelm pronounces flaccid wrong.    

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    This Week in Tech 595: What A Year!


    With your help we've put together the best clips from 2016 on This Week in Tech!

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    Tech News Today 1772: Twitter Thinks Im a Dude


    Researchers have found a fix to unlock computers infected with Wannacry, the week old ransomware that has affected systems all over the world. The tool called wannakiwi allows you to avoid paying the bitcoin ransom, but only if you're running Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 2003 AND if you haven't rebooted your PC since the attack.
    Noted leaker Evan Blass of EvLeaks says on VentureBeat that he's obtained photos of the newest Surface Pro, ahead of its rumored launch in Shanghai next week. The photos don't show a total redesign, which we'd already heard from Paul Thurott's sources. The device will allegedly be called The Surface Pro (not the Surface Pro 5).
    According to an interview with Bloomberg, Uber will soon begin charging people what their algorithm thinks that person is willing to pay. The new policy doesn't mean drivers will get paid more, but it does mean you might get charged more if you're traveling from or to a place that makes you look like a rich person.
    We also talk discuss why Geek Squad will report you to the police, how Microsoft might be stockpiling patches, and why Twitter thinks I'm a dude. Plus, Jason sits down with Google execs to discuss why everyone is excited about the newest Android programming language called Kotlin.

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    This Week in Tech 608: Supercanoe


    US Congress votes to kill ISP privacy rules.  Fixing fake news is harder than anyone imagined. Apple AR might not be good for gamers. Twitter changes default profile picture. The best 2017 April Fools jokes.

    --Brianna Wu wants to fix the government from within.
    --Erin Griffith's husband learned to solve a Rubik's Cube during this show.
    --Larry Magid remembers when facts mattered in news.    

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    Samsung Galaxy Book 12 Review


    Lisa Gade reviews the Samsung Galaxy Book 12” Windows 10 convertible tablet that competes with Microsoft Surface Pro 4. The Galaxy Book 12 is available from Verizon with LTE 4G, and it will available from a variety of retailers at the end of May 2017 in WiFi-only configurations. The tablet has an Intel Core i5-7200U 7th generation Kaby Lake CPU with Intel HD 620 graphics. It’s available in two configurations: 4GB RAM and a 128GB SSD, 8GB RAM and a 256GB SSD (the Verizon model is 4/128). The price starts at $1,129 for the base WiFi model. Since it has a Core i5, it does have a fan, but the tablet is generally silent and the fan, when on, is quiet.

    The Galaxy Book has a 2160 x 1440 AMOLED display with full Adobe RGB coverage and extreme contrast and 10 bit HDR support. It supports the included S Pen (Wacom EMR) and both the keyboard folio and pen are included in the box. The Book has 2 USB-C 3.1 ports and ships with a USB-C adaptive fast charger. It weighs 1.58 lb/ 717g (tablet only) and 2.6lb. /1.2kg with keyboard. Samsung will also release a 10.6” model with an Intel Core m3 processor that starts at $630. The Galaxy Book 12” is worth a strong look for note takers and artists thanks to the excellent pen experience and wide color gamut.

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    This Week in Tech 610: Zombie Shopping Malls


    United "overbooking": what's the real story? A murder streamed on Facebook Live. Apple sues Qualcomm, Qualcom sues Apple right back. Windows 10 Creators Update is here - are you excited for 3D Paint? The internet Archive emulates early Macs. Princeton creates an unblockable ad blocker. Nintendo stops selling the NES Classic - why? The death of the American mall.

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    This Week in Tech 612: Sky Pirates of Silicon Valley


    Apple slashes affiliate commissions and stops paying Qualcomm royalties. Google's founders each have their own flying contraptions in the works. Amazon's new Echo Look wants pictures of your clothes. Uber wants all of your data. WikiTribune wants to fight fake news. Hackers just want money from Netflix. The Juicero was just a bad, bad idea. 

    --Ashley Esqueda has the last three pairs of chunky hot pink LA Eyeworks glasses in existence
    --Greg Ferro points out that American blimps used safe, non-explosive helium.
    --Devindra Hardawar begs you not to see The Circle

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    FCC Repeals Net Neutrality


    On May 18th, Ajit Pai and the FCC repealed Net Neutrality in a 2-1 vote in spite of a clear majority of the public desiring Net Neutrality regulations remain in place. Along with that, clear evidence of fraud have been uncovered and shows that Pai and the ISPs will stop at nothing to remove Net Neutrality.

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    3 secrets that take the place of pricey memberships


    I love saving money for trips, furniture and other splurge items. A good place to begin saving is by cutting back on costly monthly membership fees. With so many helpful innovations in technology these days, it's not as difficult as you might think. That's why I've rounded up these three secret ways to replace pricey memberships.

    Watch for money-saving secrets you'll wish you knew about sooner.

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    This Week in Tech 605: Think of the Koalas


    Daylight Saving Time is a blight on mankind. All the details in the Wikileaks dump of CIA hacking tools. How our data can be used against us. Nintendo Switch breaks launch records. A father gets embarrassed by his kids live on BBC. Would you hire someone from Uber?

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    --Ashley Esqueda's Pick: Kickstarter        

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    This Week in Tech 602: Normcore Phone


    Apple fights the new right to repair legislation, Bill Gates wants robots to pay taxes, 4chans effect on the internet, Verizon is bringing back "unlimited" data plans, SpaceX set for wireless internet by 2019, and Zuckerberg's global community.

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    This Week in Tech 594: What A Year!


    Our special holiday episode with a look back on some of the most influential tech stories of the year. Happy Holidays!

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    This Week in Tech 606: My YouTube Cover Band


    Uber's President quits, saying that the job was not what he signed on for. Orson Wells' new movie comes to Netflix. How to make money in the new music industry. Pwn2Own winners do the impossible hack. Is your vibrator tracking you? All this, and growing human flesh on robots - what could go wrong? 

    --Tom Merritt has a new sci-fi novel: Pilot X.
    --Roberto Baldwin is in a Devo cover band.
    --Steve Kovach is the Dark Knight.

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    This Week in Tech 599: Fold With Dignity


    Silicon Valley's reaction to Trump's immigration ban and plans for the coming apocalypse. Hugo Barra joins Facebook as VP of VR. Google killed 1.7 bad ads last year. Sprint buys a third of Tidal. Five states will legalize the Right to Repair your own tech. 3D TV is dead.

    --Owen J.J. Stone thinks Marrisa Mayer should be fired from Yahoo
    --Michael Nuñez wants to Make America Rage Again
    --Phil Libin is a real life cyborg
    --Leo has port envy

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    This Week in Tech 609: Strippers, JFK and Stalin


    Apple issues a mea culpa for the Mac Pro and promises a new model is on the way - just not this year. YouTube TV launches - it isn't perfect, but it may be the most promosing over-the-top TV solution. Facebook launches a fund to fight fake news. Jeff Bezos is spending $1 billion a year of his own money on Blue Origin. XBox's Project Scorpio specs revealed. Is the Twitter outrage over Pepsi's new ad justified?

    • Harry McCracken loves the serial comma.
    • Iain Thomson insists that it should properly be called the Oxford comma.
    • Christina Warren is more annoyed by people who mix up your and you're.

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    This Week in Tech 613: My Husbands an iDoctor


    Mark Zuckerberg drops in for dinner unannounced, talks with firemen, and feeds a calf. Is he running for President, or just trying to convince us he's not secretly a robot? Apple has more than $250 billion in cash - what should it do with all that money? Microsoft introduces Windows 10 S, the Surface Laptop, Code Builder for Minecraft: Education edition, and more tools for schools. How much technology do schools need? Amazon's new echo has a camera, and its next one will have a touchpad. Is ubiquitous voice computing going to lead to the end of privacy forever? The Google Docs phishing attack makes us question if users are to blame. Facebook and Twitter want to be your next TV. 

    --Amy Webb's new book is The Signals are Talking
    --Nick Bilton's new book is American Kingpin
    --Brianna Wu is running for Congress in Massachusetts

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    This Week in Tech 598: Its Probably Squirrels


    Can Twitter be fixed? Will Trump's FCC Chairman pick be a boon or bane for tech? Is Apple still competitive? Could they compete against Netflix? Apple sues Qualcomm for $1 billion.  Samsung reveals that the Note 7 fires were caused by irregular batteries. Zuckerberg for President? Matt Cutts resigns from Google. Assange reneges on extradition promise after Chelsea Manning's sentence commuted. Tesla Autopilot results in 40% drop in accidents. Don't use Meitu! United Airlines planes grounded by computer outage.

    --Iain Thompson thinks squirrels are the real threat.
    --Jason Calacanis' Inside Trump newsletter holds the President to his campaign promises
    --Father Robert Ballecer has a Hawaiian warning for Mark Zuckerberg
    --Leo Laporte wants his Powerwall already!

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    Tech News This Morning - Monday, May 22nd, 2017


    WATCH NOW: Retail jobs being replaced by robots, New Apple product to help diabetics? and your Monday security tip. Valid until 2PM 5-22-17

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    Philippines President Encourages Vigilantes To Attack


    Rodrigo Duterte is declaring war on smoking. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, and Amberia Allen, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you why this could be a huge disaster. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

    “After declaring a war on drugs, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has now turned his wrath on smokers, passing a sweeping decree to ban public smoking and urging his citizens to help local authorities apprehend offenders.

    His executive order, signed this week, and announced on Thursday, outlaws the use of tobacco and electronic cigarettes, in all public spaces, including pavements.

    Designated smoking areas must not be within 10m of air ducts, entrances or exits, and are barred in schools, hospitals, clinics, food preparation areas and near fire hazards. The decree also prohibits anyone under 18 from “using, selling or buying cigarettes or tobacco products.”

    Violators face a maximum four month prison sentence or a fine of $100.”

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