TEH 071: Australia – Where Today is Tomorrow

In This Episode: A guest from down under. 1963 computer speech demo. Viruses as expensive art. The death of iTunes. Bad IoT things happen when clouds go down. Breach of the week — Aussie edition. Happy 10th birthday (but does anyone use?) Bing!

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TEH 069: Rainy Days and Mondays

In This Episode: SciFi, SVG, Microsoft Edge for …Mac? And can Adobe sue you for using an old version of its software?

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TEH 035: Unnecessary, Mean-Spirited, and Harmful

In This Episode: Using Dropbox for backups. Is two-factor authentication too weak to use? (No!) Scores of Android apps had malware — but it’s not a problem because…. New exploit in WPA2. SpaceX launch. Google sucking up to China. And Apple blowing off affiliates.

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TEH 034: Scotty! Beam Me Up

In This Episode: Sure, give prison inmates tablets and online access — what could go wrong? Hacking attendees at a cybercurrency conference nets $5 million. Dropbox gets bigger. Star Trek sound effects.

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TEH 030: Virtual Pollution

In This Episode: Yes, steam engines are tech, and this week’s special guest host shows her chops with them. Breach of the Week: your information can be lost even if you don’t do business with a company. You won’t believe who is doing closed captioning on videos. More on Github, and how did a STORK (the bird!) run up a huge phone bill?!

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TEH 029: Get Off My Lawn, Punk

In This Episode: We discuss two major tech rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court. Twitter “Smytes” a bunch of tech companies. Electric scooter wars. It’s a bad idea to try stealing an Internet domain at gunpoint. The Breach of the Week was not discovered for a year. And Google wants to measure things.

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TEH 027: Git With The Program

In This Episode: Microsoft pays a boatload of money for GitHub: will that affect open source software? We bring in a guest to talk about it. Now that Net Neutrality is officially repealed, now what? And a prediction about GDPR.

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