On this episode of The New Screen Savers for Saturday, March 17, 2018, with Leo Laporte and Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ:
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This week we discuss the aftermath of CTS Labs' abrupt disclosure of flaws in AMD's outsourced chipsets, Intel's plans for the future and their recent microcode update news, several of Microsoft's recent announcements and actions, the importance of testing... in this case VPNs; the first self-driving automobile pedestrian death, a SQRL update, a bit of closing the loop feedback with our listeners, and a look a the outcome of last week's annual Pwn2Own hacking competition.
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Europe's General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR goes into effect May 25th. These new rules will dictate what user data can be held, where it can be held, what should be deleted, and sold. How will these changes effect the way tech companies will approach the same issues in areas outside the EU and what will the net benefit for users?
A special musical performance by Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson, recorded live at PlayStation Experience 2017.
On the weekend edition of Talking Tech, Jefferson Graham weighs in on two different approaches to fighting fake news by Apple and YouTube.
Controversial RyzenFall AMD flaws revealed. Leo gives up Facebook for good over Cambridge Analytica scandal. Broadcom gives up its Qualcomm takeover. Apple announces an education-themed event on March 27th. Farewell Adrian Lamo. Theranos officially charged with fraud. Bitcoin mining will drain the world's energy.
Host: Leo Laporte
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Uue Eesti autosaate uus episood on taas ilmunud. Oleme uued, nagu ka eelmine kord, nii et kuulake uut autosaadet. Saate teemad: Kuidas läks nii, et üks Eesti autojuht võttis endale kogemata purjus peaga 1,2 miljoni eurose rongi liisingusse ja kuidas see võib ka sinuga juhtuda Uus Dacia Duster on väljas, me käisime sõitmas ja räägime, kas, kes ja miks ta endale ostma peaks ja kui palju odavat plastmassi selles on Me ütleme Rimaci kohta "rimak", aga tuleb välja, et õige on "rimats". Aga miks me üldse Rimacist räägime? Eestis saab nüüd 4000 euro eest kuus endale igaüks Porsche rentida Uue Nissan Leafi sõiduproov: kas päriselt võiks endale elektriauto osta? Debatt-diskussioon: miks on autodes nii palju keerulist elektroonikat ja kuidas tegelikult olema peaks? Saates Geenius.ee kaasasutaja Henrik Roonemaa, Autogeeniuse portaali toimetaja Tarmo Tähepõld ja Glen Pilvre Tehnikamaailmast.
This isn't the first time we've discussed this on the podcast, and it probably won't be the last — disinformation online is a big and complicated topic, and there are a whole lot of angles to approach it from. This week, we're joined by Renee DiResta, who has been researching disinformation ever since the anti-vaxxer movement caught her attention, to discuss what exactly it means to say social media platforms should be held accountable.
Geralt says, "Hello, Soulcalibur VI!"; Noctis is finally playable; Aegis, Carmine, and Jubei try some tag crossing over; Blastoise blasts his way into Pokken Tournament DX and more!
With so many augmented reality glasses showing up as prototypes and, sometimes, as finished consumer products, we have to ask ourselves: Where is this all going?
March 27th event may focus on education, new Pencil, new iPads, new Macbook Airs. Apple developing its own MicroLED screens. GreyKey iPhone Unlocker available at a police station near you. Apple increases self-driving car tests and Uber pulls back after accident. iPhone X has a two-year 3D sensing lead. Delete your Facebook account.
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In honor of the release of the TV show Alex, Inc., we’re binge dropping episodes of StartUp—the podcast that started it all—along with brand-new after shows. These are the best episodes about Gimlet, as chosen by our listeners. The third is: How to Name Your Company. Alex and Matt need a company name. But finding one they both like proves to be a challenge. In this after show, Alex takes a listener question about naming the company.
In honor of the release of the TV show Alex, Inc., we’re binge dropping episodes of StartUp—the podcast that started it all—along with brand-new after shows. These are the best episodes about Gimlet, as chosen by our listeners. The second is: How to Divide an Imaginary Pie. Alex decides that he can't build the company by himself, so he links up with co-founder Matt Lieber. But before Alex and Matt can lock in their partnership, they need to discuss one pesky little detail… equity. In the after show, Alex takes a listener call and they discuss the tricky business of splitting equity.
Revelations of Facebook's role in Cambridge Analytica's data mining and analysis has raised new questions about the need to regulate large tech companies but also the need for more ethical decision making in management. Plus the Trump administration levies new tariffs on China's tech exports what will this mean for consumers and Best Buy will stop selling Huawei phones.
This week, Alex Davies and Aarian Marshall join us to discuss the latest news in self-driving car safety.
Turps is in the US for GDC, and Patrick is in full baby mode, but here we are anyway! Let's take a deeper look at the allied races and what blizzard has planned for them in the future. Artifact weapons are going away but also not entirely...we explain. Personal Loot is here to stay. Island Expeditions go into full test mode! Around Blizzard and more!
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower spills the beans on how the company used profile data from millions Facebook users without permission and worked with political parties it to win elections. Is this behavior the result of criminal intent, un-ethical people, hazards of social networking, corporate ambivalence or all the above?
Jaa, Bob, Mikey, and Bond celebrate 100 episodes of Watchpoint Radio!
Vi får med oss stamgjest Mari Joynt til å ta med oss på et dypdykk inn i all den rare tematikken man finner i diverse musicals rundtom i verden. Du får også din vanlige dose nerdesnakk, denne gangen blant annet om The Stormlight Archives og Jessica Jones. Med: Jostein Hakestad, Are Ness Fløgstad, Inger-Lise W. James, Mari Elise Dowerdock-Joynt og Ida Doris Joynt.
Finally. A new entry. Projects, fat, and what 2017 was like.