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  • 22.06 Autotund: Auto otsustagu ära, kas juhin mina või juhib masin
    Geenius Raadio

    Juhiabid on vidinad, mis tegutsevad kuskil seal mugavuse, ohutuse ja segamise piiri peal. Arutame seekord, kuidas muidu igati kasulikud juhiabid meie sõitu segavad ja rikuvad ning kas see ka muutumas on. Saate teemad: Kui praamiga sõidad, valmistu kontrolliks Kas tänavaid ei võiks öösiti remontida? Stigo kaherattaline on nüüd oluliselt odavam Maailma suurim autoturg kiibistab kõik sõidukid Proovisõit: miks Ssangyong siis Kia ja Hyndai kõrval vaeslaps on? Juhiabid: kasu või kahju? Saates Hans Lõugas ja Tarmo Tähepõld uudisteportaalist, külas Karl-Eduard Salumäe.

  • Immigration and tech - a personal note
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    Jefferson Graham talks about the huge role immigration has had for him, as well as that iPhone, Android, Echo or Fire TV device on Talking Tech.

  • 18.06 Digitund: kas Chromebook sobiks tõesti peamiseks arvutiks?
    Geenius Raadio

    Räägime selles saates Chromebookist, mida paljud ei võta tõsise töötegemise arvutina. Henrikul on aga teine kogemus ja ta räägib, mis Chromebooki võimalused ja piirangud on. Saate teemad: Kuidas tüütutest müügikõnedest lahti saada ja teada, kes helistab Skype Eesti uus juht lubab inseneride tööjõuturgu raputama hakata Taxify’st põgenenud juhtide uus lootus: taksoäpp Hope on nüüd saadaval Politsei riputas üles kahtlusaluselt konfiskeeritud andmebaasi Tartu kutsehariduskeskusest lekkisid pooletuhande inimese andmed Bitcoini hinda pumbati Hispaania jalgpalliliiga luuras fännide järele Kas Chromebooki või Chromeboxi saab tööarvutina kasutada Saatejuhid Hans Lõugas ja Henrik Roonemaa

  • "WannaCrypt" ransomware scam widely spammed out
    Sophos Security

    A cybersecurity scare about ransomware called "WannaCrypt" has been widely spammed out. This one, fortunately, is a scam - there isn't any malware - but the attack that the crooks describe could, in theory, be pulled off. Matt Boddy and Paul Ducklin investigate, and explain what to do.

    Geek Juice Radio

    A post-mortem discussion after our TO SIR WITH LOVE riff turns into a rambling discussion of youthful rebellion, teaching & parenting (and the lack thereof) and modern interconnectivity then spirals into several other areas...all done in our nonconfrontational and polite style

  • Meet Binging with Babish's Andrew Rae
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    Andrew Rae has a unique concept among YouTubers--celebrate cooking and show how to make food popularized in movies. Jefferson Graham speaks to the host of the Binging with Babish channel, from the VidCon convention in Anaheim.

  • Core 133
    Scott Johnson 24

    Why they want you to play low level characters. The new battleground pool. A load of community contact this week and more!

  • Unfriendme Gender swapping
    Scott Johnson 24

    Boys should be boys and girls should be girls! Why does everything have to be so kooky! Oh yeah, well I think we should try swapping all he genders all the time, and even throw in some apes and stuff! OH YEAH! Well if you and your SJW virtue signalers insist on ruining everything than UNFRIEND ME!

  • Tms 1510
    Scott Johnson 24

    Go to bed already. No more lucky chickens! You can't make that movie here. I'm totally going with her! State Fair food is gross. Reccomentals! Tom's Tech Time and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

  • 128: Dan Ruderman
    Cool Tools
    Cool Tools Show

    Our guest this week is Dan Ruderman. Dan is a physicist and technologist. He is faculty at the Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine of USC, where he applies machine learning to individualized cancer treatment. Dan enjoys overseas travel, and picking up enough foreign language to never again order a plate of organ meat. For show notes visit:

  • The Future is Vertical

    With a new long-form video app called IGTV, Instagram is giving us a glimpse of our vertical-video future – and is aiming it squarely at the teens.

  • a16z Podcast: Construction Under Tech -- The Build

    Continuing our series on how tech is changing construction -- one of the industries most resistant to change (and facing declining productivity) -- this episode of the a16z Podcast looks at what happens when you go from planning to actually putting boots on the ground. How can tech translate rich data sets into the just-right types, amounts, and levels of information for each different piece of the incredibly complex, dynamic, time-and-space problem that is a building site? Martin Fischer, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford; Saurabh Ladha, cofounder and CEO of Doxel, which uses AI to real-time measure progress and inspect quality on construction projects; and Christopher Rippingham, who leads technology and innovation leadership for nation-wide commercial contractor and manager DPR Construction discuss with a16z's Hanne Tidnam how AI is introducing something fundamentally -- no, foundationally -- different for the construction industry: the feedback loop.

  • LOLbua 214 - Vitsespalte Champagnebrus og Pirater
    Rad Crew Podcast

    Jon Cato, Lars og Ståle mønstrer på LOLbua-skuta der vi denne uken er lastet med en haug vitser. Det blir premiere på vår nye vitsespalte, og alle bidragene kommer fra Rorbua-gruppa i vår nye Discord-kanal (reklame!) som du absolutt bør bli med i. Bruk denne lenken: Ellers snakker vi om våre fantastiske eventyr i Sea of Thieves (som du kan høre smakebiter fra på slutten av episoden). Ellers blir det spillnyheter og mye annet vås fra de tre programlederpiratene. Ps. Du kan se let's play av hele greia i vår YouTube-kanal. Følg oss også på Facebook og besøk vår hjemmeside på

  • Tms 1509
    Scott Johnson 24

    Worst game of burgertime ever. I am whitey mcwhite white. Bob the cat! It's a salad emergency! Snakes get hungry too you know. Revenge is served! Making Things with Bill! Jury Duty and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

  • The New Screen Savers 162: SyncThink - Helping Doctors Diagnose Concussions with Eye-Tracking VR

    The New Screen Savers (Audio)

    On The New Screen Savers recorded on June 23, 2018, with Leo Laporte and Florence Ion:

    • SyncThink has eye-tracking technology that can help doctors diagnose concussions in under 60 seconds with their modified VR headset. CEO Laura Yecies joins us to show how the EYE-SYNC works and discuss how this technology can be used outside of evaluating brain injuries.
    • The new Amazon Fire TV Cube is out. Is the dream of a hands-free home theater finally here or is this just an Echo duct taped to a Fire TV? Find out with Leo's review of this smart streaming media player.
    • Since the GDPR has gone into effect, you now have more power to adjust your online privacy settings. Megan Morrone shows us how on a few popular sites, continuing her 'Digital Cleanse' series.
    • Google has new a podcast app for Android (again) called Google Podcasts. Is the third time the charm? Jason Howell goes through its features.
    • Leo and Flo answer your questions about smart home devices, including smart plugs, hubs, and smart security cameras.

    Hosts: Leo Laporte and Florence Ion

    Guests: Laura Yecies, Megan Morrone, and Jason Howell

    The New Screen Savers records live every Saturday at 3PM Pacific on Episodes are available for download and streaming later that evening at

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  • WHO WON E3? - Dude Soup Podcast #178
  • This Week in Enterprise Tech 296: GDPR and Software-Defined Storage

    This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

    High-performance Software-Defined Storage embedded with advanced security, encryption and compliance along with issues surrounding storage compliance factors with GDPR.

    Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin

    Guest: Eric Bednash

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  • Triangulation 352: Phil Zimmermann

    Triangulation (Audio)

    Phil Zimmermann is the creator of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP). He talks with Leo Laporte about the evolution of PGP, how he would redesign it today, and the current state of internet privacy.

    Host: Leo Laporte

    Guest: Phil Zimmermann

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  • Episode 212 - Nick Pyenson
    Talk Nerdy

    In this episode of Talk Nerdy, Cara speaks with Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History paleobiologist and Curator of Fossil Marine Mammals Dr. Nick Pyenson about his new book, "Spying on Whales: The Past, Present, and Future of Earth's Most Awesome Creatures." They talk about the similarities between cetaceans and land-dwelling mammals, along with what makes them unique among Earth's creatures (extinct and extant). Follow Nick: @PyensonLab.

  • Debating Steam's New Hands-Off Policy

    Recently, Valve sent waves through the PC gaming world by announcing an upcoming policy change for its Steam platform: it will no longer enforce specific content rules and will allow all games as long as they aren't illegal or "straight-up trolling". Though it's not exactly clear what this means, the reaction from the gaming press has been largely negative, and it's hard to say how the new policy will be implemented — so this week myself, Tim Geigner and Cathy Gellis join the podcast to discuss just what's going to happen on the biggest platform for PC games.