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  • Episode 576
  • October 3, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of October 3, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Elon Musk has been forced to step down as chairman of Tesla, but will remain as CEO - Amazon’s newest brick-and-mortar store sells only top-rated products, and Prime members pay the online price in-store, while everyone else pays more. - The first UEFI malware has been discovered in wild. It's a piece of laptop security software hijacked by Russians. - NASA's Kepler telescope has been sent back to sleep as scientists preserve fuel for the next data dump.

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  • Episode 575
  • September 26, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of September 26, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Remember when Apple's FaceTime stopped working years ago? Turns out it was a deliberate part of Apple's planned obsolescence tactics. - Well, it just got easier to run Ubuntu on Windows 10 as a virtual machine—and SURPRISE: it’s all thanks to Microsoft. - Twitter has told an undisclosed number of users their private messages may have been leaked to third-parties for more than a year. - Health officials, who are looking at how to apply blockchain technology to public health issues, consulted with Walmart on improving food supply traceability—and they plan to use the technology in the produce department.

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  • Episode 574
  • September 19, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of September 19, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Bristol Airport has blamed a cyber attack for causing flight display screens to fail for two days. - It could soon prove expensive for media makers to chase online pirates in Canada. The country's Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that internet providers are entitled to "reasonable" compensation when asked to link pirates' IP addresses to customer details. - A few lines of CSS is all it takes to bring Apple devices to their knees. - The father of Linux, Linus Torvalds, would like to apologize for years of being a jerk, and is taking time off to learn empathy.

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  • Episode 573
  • September 12, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of September 12, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Bitcoin and other digital currencies continue to tumble in value, amid concerns that Wall Street institutions are shunning cryptocurrencies. - To map the planet’s winds, the British-built Aeolus satellite has begun firing its laser down on Earth. - A self-driving bus has begun shuttle service in Calgary. - We may not have colonies on Mars and faster-than-light travel yet but, if you have a Vizio TV, you’ll get a taste of a bizarre future wherein gadgets turn against their makers after first betraying their owners. Also: a pop-up informing you that your TV has been spying on you will prompt you to sue its own manufacturer.

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  • Episode 572
  • September 5, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of September 5, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Mozilla says it will soon be modifying its Firefox browser to block all user-tracking on websites by default. - Windows on Arm is now a thing. - Uber says it plans to focus more on its electric scooter and bike business, and less on cars, despite the fact it could hurt profits. - Gene-editing hope for muscular dystrophy.

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  • Episode 571
  • August 29, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of August 29, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - T-Mobile admits that hackers stole their customers’ data in a major security breach. - IBM is patenting a coffee-delivering drone that can read your mind. - Google Go, the tech giant's search app optimized for emerging markets, can now read web sites out loud. - Happy birthday, Linux!

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  • Episode 570
  • August 22, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of August 22, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Hackers are now turning to in-store kiosks to have your sim card "swapped" so they can access two-factor authentication on your accounts. - A security plug-in for the Firefox browser is under fire after users discovered it was collecting and uploading their online activity. - Linux 4.18 is now available after a number of well documented hiccups. - You’re not the only one feeling run down by the news of the day. The folks at Google apparently believe we could all use a dose of good news at times, too. The company has announced it is testing a new Google Assistant feature called “Tell me something good” that will allow users to hear a summary of more uplifting news stories.

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  • Episode 569
  • August 15, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of August 15, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - In what could be called a major design fail, a proof-of-concept has shown that a compromized charger could be used to take control of a modern laptop. - A software bug at a large US bank has resulted in hundreds of people actually losing their homes. - Nintendo is suing retro game ROM distributors. - Patrick Stewart is returning to Star Trek with a new series focused on the next chapter of Captain Picard's life.

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  • Episode 568
  • August 8, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of August 8, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The lesson learned from Dutch Court: Crime does pay. Ransomware thieves have been let off with community service. - Another German state plans a switch back from Linux to Windows. - Google has followed the lead of Apple by banning crypto-mining apps from its Play Store. - Microsoft wants to stop Windows 10 updates from annoying you.

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  • Episode 567
  • August 1, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of August 1, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Amazon has reported record-breaking quarterly profits helped by a rise in online sales and demand for its cloud services. - Google's sister-company Waymo has announced a trial in which its self-driving cars will ferry shoppers to and from a nearby Walmart store to pick up their groceries. - Children could be banned from owning drones weighing more than 250g under a new proposal from the Department for Transport in the UK. - A competition helping to drive development of the futuristic hyperloop transport system has been won by engineering students from Munich.

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  • Episode 566
  • July 25, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of July 25, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - According to research published in Nature, machine helps robots perform chemistry experiments faster than human scientists. - A prolific hacking group has struck again, this time stealing close to $1 million from Russia’s PIR Bank. - Just when we started to think autonomous vehicles were looking good, someone has developed a GPS spoofing device that can make them drive straight into oncoming traffic. - If you think hackers are all bad, think again as we look at a hardware hacker who has solved the issue of Amazon's Alexa devices: what if the user can’t speak or hear?

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  • Episode 565
  • July 18, 2018

Top Stories for the Week Of July 18, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Engine maker Rolls-Royce has designed a propulsion system for a flying taxi which it says could take to the skies as soon as early next decade. - Shoppers in the US and elsewhere struggled to access Amazon's website as one of its biggest annual sales, Prime Day, went underway Monday. - A solar plane which can stay aloft for weeks at a time is to be manufactured by Airbus in the UK. - The Atari VCS Console runs a custom Linux distro called “AtariOS”

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  • Episode 564
  • July 11, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of July 11, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Under a government proposal to cut emissions, new homes in suburban England will need to be fitted with electric car charging points. - A migrating, tagged, male stork blipped out of contact on April 26, only to run up a $2,700 phone bill a few weeks later. - Amazon wants to fill the gap left by the closure of stores like Toys 'R Us... by sending out printed catalogs! - A friendly reminder in case you haven't already upgraded your web hosting to use SSL: Effective this month, Google is warning users that their web sites aren’t secure.

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  • Episode 563
  • July 4, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of July 4, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Amazon has purchased PillPack, an online pharmacy, for nearly $1B. - Adidas warned late on Thursday that hackers may have taken customer data from its US website. - An experimental robot with an animated cartoon face has been sent to the International Space Station on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. - Facebook is giving up on its plan to create drones that beam down internet connectivity.

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  • Episode 562
  • June 27, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of June 27, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The Reserve Bank of India has given the country's banking sector a hard deadline to get Windows XP out of its ATMs. - After failing saftey tests, dozens of carbon monoxide alarms sold via Amazon and eBay have been taken offline. - Tesla plans to downsize its solar production: The company will cut 9 percent of its workforce, close more than a dozen installation facilities, and end its partnership with Home Depot. - Pornographic images are appearing in Super Mario Odyssey.

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  • Episode 561
  • June 20, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of June 20, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The inventor of a sophisticated compression technique fights back as Google tries to patent his work. - Urban robots have been rolled out in both Dubai and China. - A couple who admitted to stealing more than a $1.2m worth of goods from Amazon has been sentenced to nearly six years in jail. - A software bug meant millions of Facebook users may have unknowingly posted private information to the public.

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  • Episode 559
  • June 6, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of June 6, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Microsoft is acquiring GitHub. - The FBI is advising users of consumer-grade routers and network-attached storage devices to reboot them as soon as possible to counter Russian-engineered malware that has infected hundreds of thousands devices. - Apple on Monday previewed a variety of security and privacy features it plans to add to macOS and iOS operating systems, including encrypted Facetime group calls, password-management tools, and camera and microphone protections. - ASUS has staged its annual Computex keynote and shown off laptops with dual screens--but it's not at all what you're imagining!

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  • Episode 558
  • May 30, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of May 30, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - YouTube is launching a music streaming service, offering both videos and audio tracks, in an attempt to compete with Spotify and Apple Music. - London, England has a solution to the cashless-society problem facing street performers, and it involves an investment in contactless payment systems. - Two Canadian banks say accounts have been compromised: CIBC says 40,000, and BMO says up to 50,000 customer accounts are affected. - Ride-hailing firm Uber will give its European drivers access to medical coverage and compensation for work-related injuries.

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  • Episode 557
  • May 23, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of May 23, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Intel and Microsoft have revealed yet another Spectre and Meltdown vulnerability. - The University of Greenwich has been fined £120,000 by the Information Commissioner. - Social networking giant and market-leading data broker, Facebook, is once again taking heat for playing fast and loose with its access to personal information. - YouTube is launching a music streaming service, offering both videos and audio tracks, in an attempt to compete with the likes of Spotify and Apple Music.

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  • Episode 556
  • May 16, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of May 16, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Malware has been found hiding inside software in the Ubuntu Snap store. - After 33 years, Notepad finally displays text files properly. - Facebook is launching its own blockchain division as part of a broader reorganization of its executive lineup. - Nintendo is bringing back its outrageously popular $60 NES Classic Edition console next month.

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  • Episode 555
  • May 9, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of May 9, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Twitter's 330 million users are being urged to change their passwords after some were exposed on its internal network in plain text. - Ford is developing a new smart car window to enable blind passengers to experience the passing landscape. - Imagine the frustration of playing a game where the difficulty level constantly changes. That's what an experiment in AI technology is doing to some retro classics. - Equifax has published yet more details on the personal records and sensitive information stolen by miscreants after they hacked its databases last year.

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  • Episode 554
  • May 2, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of May 2, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A true Linux smartphone will be available within the next year. - It's already happening: people are porting Linux to the Nintendo Switch. - A company which specialises in delivery robots plans to expand its operations from two campuses to twenty by 2019 with a fleet of one thousand. - A driver who moved into the passenger seat after putting his electric car into autopilot while at 40mph on a highway has been banned from driving.

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  • Episode 553
  • April 25, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of April 25, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Germany's supreme court has rejected a legal case that sought to stop people using the popular “Adblock Plus program” that removes ads from websites. - A Chinese web giant has found a “Windows zero-day,” and is keeping the details quiet while working with Microsoft on the issue. - An unpatchable vulnerability has been found in the Nintendo Switch that can be exploited to run custom code. - Do you run Drupal? You need to upgrade immediately!

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  • Episode 552
  • April 18, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of April 18, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The future of electric cars could look a lot like a slot car track. - Amazon claims it doesn’t eavesdrop on customers' conversations to target advertising at them, after it emerged that it had patented "voice-sniffing" tech. - A U.S. federal judge ruled on Monday that Facebook must face a class action lawsuit alleging that the social network unlawfully used a facial recognition process on photos without user permission. - Veteran game maker Sega announced it is getting back into the hardware game at the Sega FES 2018 event over the weekend - with a shrunken version of its classic Megadrive (or Genesis) console.

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  • Episode 551
  • April 11, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of April 11, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - IBM just unveiled the “world’s smallest computer.” - The mind-reading AlterEgo headset interacts with Alexa . . . telephathically? - The Linux "beep" command can be exploited. - Apple plans to replace Intel chips and will use its own custom Mac chips beginning in 2020.

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  • Episode 550
  • April 4, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of April 4, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The FCC has approved SpaceX's plan to launch nearly 4,500 broadband satellites - Fed up with Facebook data-slurping? Firefox has a cunning plan. - The patches Microsoft released for Meltdown in Windows 7 actually made the operating system LESS secure. - Last year's Pokemon Go Fest attendees got their tickets refunded; but that wasn't enough.

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  • Episode 549
  • March 28, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of March 28, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - SpaceX and Tesla have deleted their Facebook pages. - Intel has announced it is “discontinuing” the “Intel Graphics Update Tool for Linux.” - Watch what you say while using Microsoft products. The company's new service agreement says it can punish you for using "offensive language." - A GTX 1070 is the recommended card for VR with the new HTC Vive Pro.

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  • Episode 548
  • March 21, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of March 21, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Thanks to robots and automation in the US - AFRICA is at risk. - US cities are starting to crack down on commercial crypto-mining due to the heavy load it puts on their power grid. - An autonomous flying taxi is coming to New Zealand. - 3D printed homes for the less fortunate.

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  • Episode 547
  • March 14, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of March 14, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Elon Musk, a man prone to ludicrous deadlines, has birthed yet another: test flights of his Mars spaceship next year. - A drone owner has been charged with starting a fire that destroyed 300 acres of grassland in Arizona's Coconino national forest. - A new study shows that less than half of ransomware targets who pay up actually get their files back. - Ransomware for robots is the next big security nightmare.

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  • Episode 546
  • March 7, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of March 7, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A floating windmill farm off the coast of Scotland is generating energy quite efficiently. - A DDoS attack of an unprecedented scale is taking place thanks to an exploit in memcached. - Levi's is switching to lasers in an effort to cut down on chemical use in the manufacture of denim. - Driverless cars are raising some big questions in UK courts as the Law Commission aims to adjust British driving laws to accommodate a future filled with autonomous vehicles.

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  • Episode 545
  • February 28, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of February 28, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A startup in the UK is making huge waves by lowering the cost of robotic prostheses; using 3D printing technology. - A California electronics recycler is fighting to stay out of jail after he admitted to copying thousands of Windows reinstallation discs, to use with refurbished PCs. - AI researchers at Google have developed algorithms that can assess the risk of heart attacks by analyzing retinal scans. - A clock designed to run for 10,000 years is under construction.

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  • Episode 544
  • February 21, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of February 21, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - An IT worker who accidentally threw out a hard drive containing a small cache of bitcoin has lost over $100m because of the blunder. - Investigations have been launched after a helicopter reportedly crashed when swerving to avoid a consumer drone. - A Japanese company is planning to build the world's tallest wooden skyscraper in 2041 to mark its 350th anniversary. - A mountain of sensitive FedEx customer data has been exposed. - Microsoft has back-ported its “Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection” security toolkit from Windows 10, to Windows 7 and 8.1.

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  • Episode 543
  • February 14, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of February 14, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Is Amazon planning to track its employees? A patent has been granted for an ultrasonic wristband that can monitor a worker's every move. - Data on soldiers’ running patterns, captured by fitness app Strava, has been discovered to detail the secret whereabouts of military bases. - Best Buy has informed music companies that it will stop selling CDs this July. - YouTube is developing new policies to protect itself from the fallout caused by creators that are posting inappropriate content.

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  • Episode 542
  • February 7, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of February 7, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The Samsung Group heir arrested last year in a corruption scandal in South Korea has been set free. - That didn't take long: someone has hacked Amazon Key, the lock that allows delivery drivers to open your front door and leave your packages inside. - LiDAR has once again unveiled a lost city, this time with over 60,000 Mayan houses in it. - UNICEF is turning to gamers in order to raise money through cryptocurrency mining.

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  • Episode 541
  • January 31, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of January 31, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A company who sold fake followers to social media users is under investigation for the practice. - The largest cryptocurrency theft in history happened Friday in Japan, with a loss equivalent to $530 million USD. - Apple is making the slow down of old devices "optional". - Net neutrality will be enforced in New York under orders from the governor.

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  • Episode 540
  • January 24, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of January 24, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - OnePlus confirmed on Friday that thieves have siphoned tens of thousands of credit card numbers from its online store. - Buses used to transport Apple employees to their offices have had their windows smashed, possibly by pellet guns. - A new botnet is infecting cryptocurrency mining computers and replacing wallet addresses with its own. - A remote controlled drone in Australia saved 2 boys in the water on its first day of use by lifeguards.

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  • Episode 539
  • January 17, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of January 17, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - OnePlus has admitted that the clipboard app in a beta build of its Android OS was beaming back mystery data to a cloud service in China. - Officials of the Federal Bureau of Investigation are continuing to voice their displeasure with Apple's approach to iPhone security; with one FBI official reportedly calling the company "jerks" and an "evil genius." - Tesla's Solar Roof tiles are going ahead with installations following their staff-only trial period. - Apple is handing off Chinese iCloud operations to a local firm in February.

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  • Episode 538
  • January 10, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of January 10, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - We'll explain the latest threat—dubbed Meltdown and Spectre. - Lithium-ion Batteries in HP Notebook Computers and Mobile Workstations, that are not customer replaceable, are being recalled. We'll tell you which products are affected—so stick around. - Remember the VTech hack we reported on, back in 2015? The FTC has finally reached a settlement deal with the toymaker. - And, Toyota is working with a handful of companies to create an autonomous electric fleet of vehicles.

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  • Episode 537
  • January 3, 2018

Top Stories for the Week of January 3, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The loss of an expensive Russian satellite was due to an error in the coordinates that were programmed into it at launch. - Apple has apologised after facing criticism for admitting it deliberately slows down ageing iPhone models. - Google has developed a human-like, text-to-speech AI. - As it turns out, the Nigerian prince is actually a 67 year old man from Louisiana.

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  • Episode 536
  • December 27, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of December 27, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The surveillance camera network in the US Capital was hijacked by Romanian ransomware, and charges have been filed against a pair that were arrested abroad. - Nissan Canada's vehicle-financing wing has been hacked, putting personal information on more than a million customers into the hands of miscreants. - Tesla's Elon Musk has pledged to make a pick-up truck as part of future plans for the electric vehicle-maker. - Talk of long-range wireless charging has been around for some time, but we’ve yet to see a product that can charge devices from relatively long distances. Thanks to startup Energous, however, room-scale charging will soon be a reality, and available to everyone. - Apple has changed the rules around how games on its app store will be using loot boxes.

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  • Episode 535
  • December 20, 2017

Top Stories for the Week Of December 20, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A password manager that gives your private passwords to any web site comes preinstalled with Windows 10. - A non-profit in San Francisco is taking heat because their robot worker costs far less than a human. - The FCC has voted to eliminate net neutrality rules. - Google will be using lasers instead of fiber to deploy high-speed internet in India.

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  • Episode 534
  • December 13, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of December 13, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Forget about working overtime in Japan now that drones are flying overhead blaring the tune Auld Lang Syne. - In a blow to the robot delivery industry, San Francisco officials have voted to restrict where they can go in the city. - DanTDM has been named richest YouTuber of 2017 after making more than $16m this year alone. - We'll tell you what you need to know about a serious bug in TeamViewer for Windows, macOS and Linux.

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  • Episode 533
  • December 6, 2017

Top Stories for the Week Of December 6, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Google has released an AI toolkit for the Raspberry Pi. - Thanks to new regulations, cellphone-unlocking is now free in Canada. - A ridiculously dangerous bug in macOS was fixed quickly, but unfortunately, comes right back after a software update. - Facebook Messenger is coming to pre-teens. Should parents be concerned?

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  • Episode 532
  • November 29, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of November 29, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A hard drive has been stolen from an exclusive club containing the personal details of members such as Steven Fry and Lord Rees. - The US government is funding mind control chip research. - Getting a drone for Christmas? If you're in the UK you may have to consider new legislation coming this spring. - Uber's driver and customer data has been compromized and they've paid hackers to try to cover it up. - Skype has been removed from app stores in China.

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  • Episode 531
  • November 22, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of November 22, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Fake News is now being used by criminals for financial and commercial gain. We'll tell you how they're doing it. - Tesla has launched an electric transport truck that it guarantees won't break down for a million miles. - Drone Maker DJI made a big security mistake, and in trying to cover it up, they are going after the guy who reported it, through their bug bounty program. - A severely dangerous exploit on Intel CPUs has users scrambling to update their firmwares. We'll tell you what you need to do, and why it's so serious for both Windows and Linux users.

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  • Episode 530
  • November 15, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of November 15, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The in-browser mining of cryptocurrency is becoming a serious issue. - A new machine is going to print metal parts at a tenth of the cost of today's manufacturing systems; potentially launching a revolution in small part production. - Keep your iPhone X warm, otherwise it may not work. - And, Intel vs. AMD? Forget about it: the arch rivals are working together to bring out a new hybrid.

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  • Episode 529
  • November 8, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of November 8, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Broadcom has confirmed a $130 BEEELLION buy-out offer for their rival, Qualcomm - Some iPhone users are fuming over the new "Letter 'i' bug." - Tor has been leaking users' real IP addresses. - Australia's multimillion dollar broadband network is under attack - from cockatoos!

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  • Episode 528
  • November 1, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of November 1, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A Google company chose Toronto, Ontario, as the building site for its new futuristic city. - Microsoft has ended production of Kinect - its motion-tracking games controller. - It may sound like an April Fools prank, but no: Amazon really does want you to give their delivery drivers a "key" to your house. - Remember the robot that said it would “destroy humans”? Well, it just became the first robot in the world to gain citizenship. - A Microsoft rep had to switch to Chrome during a presentation - because Edge kept crashing.

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  • Episode 527
  • October 25, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of October 25, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A botnet of unknown intent has been discovered and is spreading at a frightening rate. - Google's "Project Loon" has brought Internet and cellular service to hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico. - Samsung hopes to succeed where other vendors have failed: they want to bring the full desktop Linux experience to smartphones. - Do you have Eltima Player or Folx on your Mac? You may need to wipe everything and reinstall macOS because a nasty bit of malware came with their popular software and is giving hackers full access to absolutely everything, including your iCloud account.

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  • Episode 526
  • October 18, 2017

Top Stories for the Week Of October 18, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - An airplane flying nearly half a kilometer in the air was hit by a drone in Canada. - It's easy to hack Subaru door locks using a Raspberry Pi. - Windows 10 is under fire by the Dutch data protection authority. - Android ransomware DoubleLocker encrypts data and changes PINs. - In security news, WPA2 has been cracked, and you need to hear about this if you use WiFi.

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  • Episode 525
  • October 11, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of October 11, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - It's official. If you had a Yahoo account in 2013, it was compromised. - Apple is investigating a series of reports about battery problems with some of its new iPhone 8 Plus phones. - Nvidia's CEO says Moore's Law is dead, claiming GPUs will soon replace CPUs. - In the near future, you may be able to eat a robot that will heal you or provide nutrients. - Don't mess with Amazon! A couple is facing up to 20 years in jail for stealing over $1.2m in merch from the online shopping site.

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  • Episode 524
  • October 4, 2017

Top Stories for the Week of October 4, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Ubuntu is dropping the 32-bit ISO. - Unfortunately, some people still use Internet Explorer... and yet another serious exploit has been found. - Dyson plans to release a "radical" electric car in 2020. - Equifax doesn't seem to have a grasp on security.

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