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  • Episode 523
  • September 27, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of September 28, 2017

For our 10th Anniversary game show special, Sasha has lost her voice [again] and must utilize the amazing lip reading skills of her understudy, Carrie Webb. Together, they'll cover a top news story about a robotic kitchen... or a dinner meeting for singles. We're not sure.

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  • Episode 522
  • September 20, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of September 20, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Equifax's IT leaders have "retired" as the company reveals it knew about the bug that allowed hackers to access their data long before it happened. - Malicious Android apps with more than a million downloads have slipped past Google's defenses twice. - Best Buy has pulled Kaspersky from their store shelves, worried that the Russians are using it to spy on American computer users. - Have you downloaded CCleaner lately on your Windows machines? If you have, you should know that it was loaded with malware.

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  • Episode 521
  • September 13, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of September 13, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - More excitement in technological advancement in the fight against cancer as scientists in Texas reveal a pen-like device that can find cancerous cells in just 10 seconds. - A potentially dangerous overlay exploit has been found in all versions of Android before Oreo. - A massive data breach has happened at credit reporting giant Equifax, raising serious concern over mass identity theft. - If you've been having trouble finding a reason to replace Windows with Linux, I've got one for you: a design flaw discovered in the Windows kernel allows malicious programs to mask themselves from antivirus programs... and Microsoft says they're not going to fix it. - Facebook claims its ads have the potential to reach more people than recent U.S. census data shows exist, and that's troublesome for one analyst, who thinks third-party measurement services stand to benefit. - A WordPress plugin installed on around 200,000 web sites has a backdoor that lets the code authors do pretty much anything they like with your content.

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  • Episode 520
  • September 6, 2017

Top Stories for the Week Of September 6, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Reddit is going closed-source. - Iconic board game Settlers of Catan is coming to virtual reality. - Amazon is facing at least one lawsuit from those recalled solar eclipse glasses. - Nearly 1/2 million pacemakers are vulnerable to an easy hack attack that could kill the user, and a firmware update is immediately required. - A huge breakthrough has been made in Cancer research as scientists develop a nanobot capable of killing cancer cells in under three minutes.

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  • Episode 519
  • August 30, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of August 30, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Burger King Now Has Its Own Cryptocurrency in Russia - the 'Whoppercoin'. - The Pepper robot has demonstrated its ability to perform a funeral in place of a Buddhist monk. - A nasty firmware update butchers Samsung smart TVs so badly that they have to be repaired. - DJI has announced a bug bounty program to pay hackers to report exploits.

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  • Episode 518
  • August 23, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of August 23, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The UN is about to get serious about killer robots. - Do you have your own web site? Google is going to start warning users that your site is not secure if you have forms on a site that doesn't use a secure connection. - Marcus Hutchins has pleaded not guilty. - The world's largest datacentre is being planned for the Arctic Circle.

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  • Episode 517
  • August 16, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of August 16, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Special glasses for viewing the coming solar eclipse have been recalled by Amazon because they might fry your retinas. - A new camera and app solution turns any dumb fridge into a smart fridge. - Thanks to a firmware update blunder, an automatic over-the-air upgrade will break front-door smart locks for at least five days. - No need to worry: the asteroid heading toward earth and thought to hit us in October will miss our planet by a long shot. - A teenager was just awarded $10,000 for a bug he found in Google's back-end.

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  • Episode 516
  • August 9, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of August 9, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - From the irony files, the security researcher who found the kill switch for WannaCry has now been arrested for creating an unrelated malware. - IBM scientists have set a new world record, storing 330TB of uncompressed data in one tape. - Wayland has been Confirmed as the Default Display Server for Ubuntu 17.10 - Canadian ISPs don't mess around: an entrepreneur accused of piracy for his Kodi add-on web site has been grilled in his home for hours - and not by the cops but by pushy company reps for cable TV and ISP companies. - The US Army has banned DJI drones over security concerns.

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  • Episode 515
  • August 2, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of August 2, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The UK Government is stepping things up in the high-speed infrastructure department. - A biodegradable car is undergoing testing and looks like it will be road-worthy within a few weeks. - Volvo is having a hard time getting their autonomous vehicles to work in Australia... because kangaroos keep hopping around in front of them! - John Romero, one of the creators of Doom II, put his floppies up on Ebay and landed a sale of more than $3,000 after promising to sign them.

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  • Episode 514
  • July 26, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of July 26, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The world's first autonomous transport ship plans to set out on its voyages next year. - A Swedish Rail Firm has Approved "Trainy McTrainface" As The Name Of Their Train Following an Online Poll - Google is unleashing 20 million lab-created sterile male mosquitos on a city, and says this is a good thing and will help control the mosquito population. - According to the Federation Against Copyright Theft, British magazine "KODI" is directing readers to copyright-infringing software. - Updated drone regulations in Canada make it legal to fly again.

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  • Episode 513
  • July 19, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of July 19, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - In a rather comical social experiment, a UK WiFi provider has tricked users into agreeing to a thousand hours of community service. - Autonomous race cars are now a thing. - A newly-demonstrated 3D printed heart works much like a real one. - We have found our greatest weapon against the coming Robot apocalypse! - Google is giving Glass one more try. - Microsoft SQL Server 2017's first release candidate has landed and - yes! - it runs on Linux! - Support for Ubuntu 16.10 Ends Tomorrow

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  • Episode 512
  • July 12, 2017

Top Stories For The Week Of July 12, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Jawbone is shutting down to pursue medical tech. - The world's first glasses-free holographic phone is coming, and you'll never guess who's releasing it! - There's now a self-driving transport truck that doesn't even have a spot for a human driver. - Disappointment as Intel plans to cut jobs from its IoT division. - A German computer company is spinning a new version of Ubuntu to include on their computers. - Update your Linux distro immediately. The GnuPG crypto library has been cracked.

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  • Episode 511
  • July 5, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of July 5, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Delays and flight diversions at Gatwick Airport due to someone flying their drone where it's not allowed. - Facebook's Internet-beaming drone has had a successful flight and flawless landing. - A U.S. judge decided that protection against Facebook's tracking is up to the user, and has thrown out a court case that claims otherwise.

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  • Episode 510
  • June 28, 2017

Top Stories for the Week Of June 28, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Some Windows 10 source code which could be used to exploit the popular OS has been leaked to the public. - The world's fastest computers run Linux. - NASA has designed a supersonic airplane that doesn't create a sonic boom. - As predicted, Nintendo is now releasing a classic Super Nintendo console.

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  • Episode 509
  • June 21, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of June 21, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Carrier-locked phones are being outlawed in Canada, and providers must unlock phones for free. - Amazon is buying Whole Foods Market. - Tim Cook has confirmed Apple is working on a self-driving car system. - End-to-end encryption for online services may become law. - We finally have a release date for Star Trek: Discovery

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  • Episode 508
  • June 14, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of June 14, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Boeing wants to make their passenger airplanes entirely autonomous. - Amazon Kindle's book charts are being badly skewed by bots, and it's hurting authors' bottom lines. - A battery powered by trash is now a proven reality. - The new Mars rover looks like something Batman might drive.

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  • Episode 507
  • June 7, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of June 7, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Microsoft will pay you to do your web searching through Bing - Toyota's latest infotainment system is powered by Linux - Apple is bringing AR and VR to their devices. - Scientific researchers have confirmed a part of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity that Einstein himself said would never be observed.

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  • Episode 506
  • May 31, 2017

Top Stories for the Week Of May 31, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A new-found exploit in Windows' NTFS implementation will crash the machine by simply including a short string within an image tag on a web site. - A French school is using facial recognition to find out when students aren't paying attention. - A new-found malware on Android devices could be on your phone. - Intel has already surpassed AMD's ThreadRipper.

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  • Episode 505
  • May 24, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of May 24, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Dubai is replacing a sizable number of their police force with robots. - What happens when Artificial Intelligence is allowed to name paint colors? - Bell Canada has been hacked, resulting in a large data breach of customer info. - Nokia's 3310 dumbphone has been rebooted, and is on sale now. - New research has found that Yahoo Mail has been leaking private email attachments for years.

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  • Episode 504
  • May 17, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of May 17, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Netflix is messing around with pricing in Australia. - We're on the cusp of what could be a world-changing evolution in battery technology thanks to an Israeli startup. - MP3 is dead. Sortof. - Let the VR Headset legal wars begin! A company that won $500 million from Oculus is now going after Samsung's Gear VR. - The WannaCry ransomware is taking online threats to a whole new level.

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  • Episode 503
  • May 10, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of May 10, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Based on a new proposal, drone pilots in the EU now have to register for all drones over 9 ounces. - Another use for 3D printers at home as a University student prints his way to a better smile. - Binaural 3D Sound Will Make the New 'Doctor Who' Episode Terrifying. - An amazing step in bionic hands has been announced. - A new camera developed in Sweden is faster than any photography gear on the planet.

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  • Episode 502
  • May 3, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of May 3, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A real-life Iron Man suit took flight on Thursday. - Facebook to add 3,000 employees to watch for inappropriate content - Microsoft has announced their latest OS to compete against Google's Chrome OS. - Amazon wants you to have meaningful conversations with Alexa - Ubisoft is giving you a free weekend to play The Division.

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  • Episode 501
  • April 26, 2017

Top Stories for the Week Of April 26, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Phishing scams can make themselves look exactly like the real site, right down to the URL in the address bar. - A real medical Tricorder is coming to retail shelves. - The Nintendo NES Classic Edition is finished its short run. - Now novice hackers can buy their own ransomware service that more than pays for itself after just one successful infection.

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  • Episode 499
  • April 12, 2017

Tops Stories for the Week of April 12, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A new consumer system from Microsoft boasts speeds of over six teraflops. - A hacker set off all the warning sirens in Dallas. - Hackers can use a simple javascript code to get your smartphone's pin from sensor data. - Mark Shuttleworth is shaking things up in the Ubuntu world, putting an immediate halt to Unity and switching Ubunto to GNOME.

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  • Episode 498
  • April 5, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of April 5, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - CodePlex is shutting down. - AT&T has won the contract to build FirstNet. - Terrible news for LastPass users as the company scrambles to fix an architectural problem that lets malicious web sites steal your passwords. - Connecting computers to the human brain is next on Elon Musk's to-do list. - The inventor of the Internet has been awarded computing's equivalent of the Nobel Prize

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  • Episode 497
  • March 29, 2017

Top Stories for the Week Of March 29, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A major blow in the fight for privacy: The US Senate plans to allow ISPs to sell your browser history to advertisers. - 30% of jobs in the UK are at risk of robot takeover. - Microsoft appears to be purposefully crippling OneDrive's performance on non-Windows systems such as Linux. - FedEx is offering customers $5 USD to enable Adobe Flash in their browsers. - An autonomous Uber car crash in Arizona has led the company to pull autonomous vehicles from the road.

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  • Episode 496
  • March 22, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of March 22, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Audacious cybercriminals have created an Star Trek-themed strain of ransomware. - Computers can lip-read now! - Ubiquiti devices are vulnerable to takeover attacks with a single click. - Many popular Android devices ship with malware already installed

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  • Episode 495
  • March 15, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of March 15, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - PS4 Games Will Be Playable on Windows PCs Soon - Denim is in and gives a whole new meaning to a "Smart" jacket. - The yellow submarine named Boaty McBoatface is set to leave for Antarctica this week on its first science expedition. - Halloween's come early with a custom upgrade to Amazon's Alexa AI.

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  • Episode 494
  • March 8, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of March 8, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A San Francisco startup is 3D-printing entire houses in just one day - A new method of storing data in DNA stores 215 petabytes of data on a single gram of DNA. - Robots with real muscles and skin: it could become a thing sooner than we imagined. - The Nintendo Switch is having big problems with its little screen.

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  • Episode 493
  • March 1, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of March 1, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Air-gapped computers can have data stolen by a nearby drone. - Cloudflare had a bad data leak. - We might as well get used to it; yet another web-connected children's toy has leaked a ton of data. - The NextGEN Gallery plugin for WordPress is our next big exploit. Time to upgrade!

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  • Episode 492
  • February 22, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of February 22, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Cayla is now illegal in Germany - The founder of a Florida marketing firm who used illicit tactics to send spam email has been sent to jail. - Bill Gates thinks the government should tax robots who take the jobs of human workers. - February's critical update to Microsoft Windows has been delayed, despite its urgency - Using machine learning, Google's Project Loon is moving quickly to bringing Internet service to areas where it was previously unavailable.

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  • Episode 491
  • February 15, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of February 15, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A tiny drone built to pollinate flowers has been built in Japan. - A College Network has been attacked with its own insecure IoT devices - A New Implant Method Could Give Amputees Direct Nerve Control of Artificial Limbs - Have a Visio TV? It's spying on you. - A passenger-carrying drone is ready to fly in Dubai

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  • Episode 490
  • February 8, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of February 8, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - More than 150,000 web-connected printers were owned by a self-proclaimed "novice coder" over the weekend. - A hack attack against the dark web shut down a huge number of sites for containing child pornography. - AI has beat the most skilled Poker players in the world. - Google's Super Bowl ad set off a bunch of Google Home devices. - More than 1,000 government computers in a US county have been infected by ransomware.

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  • Episode 489
  • February 1, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of February 1, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Facebook has introduced a new service to help users recover lost passwords. - Audio-based hacks are becoming more of a fear as scientists reveal the potential uses. - A new pair of electronic glasses auto-focus on what you're looking at. - Eight years of evidence have been lost by Texas police thanks to ransomware. - See a great deal on the Blackphone 2 on Ebay? It's quite likely a counterfeit... and will be bricked by the manufacturer.

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  • Episode 488
  • January 25, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of January 25, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Samsung has clarified what was causing Note 7's to catch fire. - A dad found a really creative use for 360 video, giving his daughter a first-person Virtual Reality view of her doll house. - The Star Trek fan film, Axanar, has settled out of court with CBS and Paramount. - A robot can write news articles in just one second. - Car makers are using soy-based products under the hood, and it's causing all kinds of issues as rodents find it delicious.

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  • Episode 487
  • January 18, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of January 18, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - BT is adding anti-junk-call filters to their phone service. - An autonomous transit bus is being tested in Las Vegas. - Dell's Latest Laptop is $100 Cheaper If You Buy It With Ubuntu - Yahoo wants to change its name. - Google has revealed how they secure their cloud infrastructure, and it includes some clever, custom-built silicon.

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  • Episode 486
  • January 11, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of January 11, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A Linux variant of a very destructive piece of malware has been discovered. - Official LEGO robotics are now a reality. - Amazon Echo has been ordering things discussed on TV shows without the users' consent. - Google is shutting down Hangouts API.

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  • Episode 485
  • January 4, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of January 4, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The UK government is cracking down on sites selling fraudulent degrees. - The manufacturer of the iPhone hopes to replace their human workers with robots. - Drone deliveries are so 2016. Now, Amazon wants to make the whole warehouse fly. - Kingston is pushing the envelope with the release of their 2TB USB flash drives. - Don't blink: The leap second already happened.

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  • Episode 484
  • December 28, 2016

Top Stories for the Week of December 28, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Police want Amazon to give up the data captured by Echo. - Another line of consumer routers from Netgear are dangerously vulnerable to hacker takeover. - Microsoft has contracted nearly a billion dollars from the Department of Defense.

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  • Episode 483
  • December 21, 2016

Top Stories For The Week of December 21, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Your health tracker is poised to provide your personal data to the highest bidder. - Mario is available for iOS. - Yahoo was hacked again. Big time. Years ago. And it's just coming out now. - Lonely and live alone? A Japanese company is now selling lifelike anime girlfriends. The catch is, they are very tiny, and can't leave their cage. - At least two major players in the space race claim they have working prototypes for a new type of space engine that can get us to Mars in just 10 weeks... with no fuel.

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  • Episode 482
  • December 14, 2016

Top Stories for the Week of December 14, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A security researcher got $10,000 for finding a bug on Yahoo that would let him read any users' mail. - Samsung is going to brick Galaxy Note 7 phones early next week. - Fitbit has bought, and is killing off Pebble. - Fraudsters can guess Visa card information in just six seconds.

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  • Episode 481
  • December 7, 2016

Top Stories for the Week of December 7, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Thieves are using radio jammers to leave your car unlocked when you use your key fob to lock it. - The evolution of the grocery store is coming... from Amazon. - From the "Creepy Toy Files": You might want to think twice about placing an i-Que or Cayla smart toy under the tree this season. - Are you a Dailymotion user? Change your passwords immediately.

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  • Episode 480
  • November 30, 2016

Top Stories For The Week Of November 30, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Hackers can hear you even if you don't have a microphone. - San Francisco's public transit system has been exploited by an automated ransomware. - More than 130,000 records of US Navy employees have been leaked. - SD cards aren't just for cameras anymore, so it's time for a new standard. - Google's artificial intelligence gives robots the ability to dream.

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  • Episode 479
  • November 23, 2016

Top Stories for the Week of November 23, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A universal translator has found its way to a megaphone. - The latest ranking of the world's fastest supercomputers is out and Linux owns it once more. - A $2,500 Dell gaming laptop for just $33? Yes, please! - A couple big retailers in the US have been caught using illicit social engineering tactics in their computer service department. - Pigs fly and Microsoft has joined the Linux Foundation.

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  • Episode 478
  • November 16, 2016

Top Stories for the Week of November 16, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The results from PwnFest are in: Google Pixel was pwned in just 60 seconds, and the Chinese hacker teams killed Safari and laugh at a four-second Flash hack. - Samsung has purchased connected car firm Harman for $8bn in cash. - A lone laptop computer can take down an entire server farm in a newly discovered type of denial-of-service attack. - The BBC has confirmed it will launch a new virtual reality film, The Turning Forest, next week.

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  • Episode 477
  • November 9, 2016

Top Stories for the Week of November 9, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Tesco Bank halted online payments on Monday after money was taken from 20,000 accounts. - Samsung has explosive deals on washers. Oh wait, sorry, I read that wrong: Samsung washers are exploding. - Mythbuntu is dead. - As it turns out, Nintendo NES Classic is basically a mini Linux computer with 30 ROMs. - KDE has a nice looking Mobile OS gearing up to replace Android on your smartphone.

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  • Episode 476
  • November 2, 2016

Top Stories for the Week of November 2, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The timer has finally run out on Vine. - When bug bounties go bad... a young hacker intent on cashing in for revealing an iOS 10 bug lands himself a criminal record instead. - European court has ruled that Uber should pay their drivers at least minimum wage, and provide paid vacation time. - Facebook says they don't need your permission to use your biometric data. - Holy Moley--a robotic kitchen can cook like a master chef!

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  • Episode 475
  • October 26, 2016

Top Stories for the Week of October 26, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - AT&T and Time Warner are merging to create an ISP, TV, and media giant - An AI judge created by British scientists can predict human rights rulings with 79% accuracy. - A device that makes broccoli taste like chocolate has been developed. - 'Smart' home devices were used as weapons in a massive website attack on Friday. - A clever scam on Microsoft Windows utilizes the Blue Screen of Death to trick users into calling the scammers. - A major breakthrough this week in AI-driven speech-to-text comes from the labs at Microsoft.

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  • Episode 474
  • October 19, 2016

Top Stories for the Week of October 19, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Firefox and Chrome are constantly writing to disk, which could be shortening your SSD's lifespan. - A newly discovered systemd vulnerability could cause instability in Linux systems. - Saya, a highschool student from Japan is computer-generated, but you might not realize it to look at her. - UK officials plan to ram drones into passenger planes on purpose. - Verizon's $4.8 billion takeover deal for Yahoo may be doomed. - A drone-related injury could cost the Cleveland Indians the World Series.

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  • Episode 473
  • October 12, 2016

Top Stories for the Week of October 12, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Microsoft has switched their older operating systems to a more "Windows 10 style" update process. - Following an email leak, the Turkish government blocked several online storage services, including DropBox. - Samsung has pulled the plug on Galaxy Note 7 production after their "fixed" phones continued to catch fire. - Scientists have shown that memristors could run a neural network. - Verizon plans to bring cellular LTE coverage by way of drone to areas devastated by natural disaster, or where the cellular towers have otherwise been destroyed.

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  • Episode 472
  • October 5, 2016

Top Stories for the week of October 5, 2016

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - We may finally find out just what's legal and illegal to watch on Kodi boxes as a man charged with selling them is taking it to the top court. - An artificial pancreas has been approved by the FDA. - A Commodore 64 is still in operation in an auto shop, and has been working solid for the last 25 years. - Nvidia is in on the autonomous vehicle game, but they're taking a different approach: rather than programming the car how to drive, they're using AI to teach it how to drive... more like how people learn. - Johnson & Johnson is warning that one of their insulin pumps can be hacked to administer lethal doses of insulin. If you or someone you love are diabetic, stick around for the info. - Google is officially in the hardware game.

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