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CNET UK podcast 520: Google and HTC's latest launches and Star Wars nostalgia
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access_time1 day ago
We look at Google and HTC's exciting new launches and delve into some of the amazing production secrets of Star Wars.
The 404 Show 1701: Jill Schlesinger on reunions, the housing market and more (podcast)
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access_time2 days ago
Jill Schlesinger returns to help us better understand the current housing market, why college and high school reunions are still a thing and what it means to "age in place."
The 404 Show 1701: Jill Schlesinger on reunions, the housing market and more (podcast)
The 404 Show (MP3) CNET.com
access_time2 days ago
Jill Schlesinger returns to help us better understand the current housing market, why college and high school reunions are still a thing and what it means to "age in place."
What The Tech Ep. 356 – Microsoft’s New Surface Pro
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time2 days ago
Andrew and Paul discuss the new Microsoft Surface Pro, and the continuing issues with Andrew's Macbook Pro.
Weekend Streaming: Catch 'This is Spinal Tap' before it goes offline
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access_time2 days ago
The end of the month is fast approaching. Find out what you should watch before June shows up.
Roll for initiative: Girt by CNET podcast 111
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access_time3 days ago
This week brush off your polyhedral dice, because we're talking to Mike Mearls, the lead designer on Dungeons & Dragons fifth edition.
Desktop Metal's 3D printer makes metal manufacturing less messy
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access_time3 days ago
Desktop Metal's new additive manufacturing method uses FDM techniques making metal safer and easier to work with.
Motorola talks smack about Samsung's battery tests (The 3:59, Ep. 233)
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access_time3 days ago
Also on the podcast, we look at why T-Mobile's Digits offer is perfect for drug dealers, and we have a lot of questions about Dubai's RoboCop.
DJI unveils tiny new Spark drone
TechCrunch Gadgets TechCrunch
access_time4 days ago
The big news at DJI’s event in New York City is, as expected, pretty small. The world’s largest consumer drone maker cracked the code of portability with last year’s backpack-sized, folding prop Mavic Pro drone and now it’s back on the scene a little over six months later with the Spark, a palm-sized unit that makes the Mavic look downright massive by comparison.
Sphero's Ultimate Lightning McQueen demo
TechCrunch Gadgets TechCrunch
access_time4 days ago
This is a car that you can control from your iPhone or Android, based on the Owen Wilson-voiced character from Pixar’s Cars franchise. (Cars 3 is coming out on June 16.) Ultimate Lightning McQueen is available today for a price of $299.
What's it like inside a real Amazon bookstore? (The 3:59, Ep. 232)
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access_time4 days ago
We also talk about the downfall of LeEco.
BB 50: Microsfot Build 2017
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access_time5 days ago
Microsfot Build 2017 A brief discussion on Microsfot Build 2017 Links Microsoft Build 2017
Google is clobbering Apple in smart home, AI and more (The 3:59, Ep. 231)
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access_time6 days ago
We also hit on the WannaCry ransomware and Evan Williams' comments about President Trump.
Gillmor Gang: Binge & Purge
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access_time7 days ago
The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Keith Teare, Frank Radice, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Sunday, May 21, 2017.
BB 49: Google I/O 2017 - AI-first
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access_time8 days ago
Google I/O 2017 - AI-first A brief discussion on Google I/O 2017 Links Google I/O 2017 - AI-first
Doug drinks the world's strongest coffee (twice)
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access_time9 days ago
Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth realizes that he's hopelessly addicted to caffeine after a single cup of Black Insomnia Coffee doesn't cause his heart to beat out of his chest. After his second cup, he can see the past and the future at the same time before ultimately leveling out into a mellow buzz.
The 404 Show 1700: Do cavemen have birthdays? (podcast)
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access_time9 days ago
CNET's own Audiophiliac, Steve Guttenberg, is back with a brand new set of ridiculous thoughts and questions, including the very title of today's show. Also, Russ Frushtick provides a spoiler-free review of Alien: Covenant.
The 404 Show 1700: Do cavemen have birthdays? (podcast)
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access_time9 days ago
CNET's own Audiophiliac, Steve Guttenberg, is back with a brand new set of ridiculous thoughts and questions, including the very title of today's show. Also, Russ Frushtick provides a spoiler-free review of Alien: Covenant.
Weekend Streaming: 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' is back!
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access_time9 days ago
13 episodes of the undeniably funny sitcom starring Ellie Kemper arrive on Netflix. Binge away!
Is it too late for Apple's Siri to catch up with Google and Amazon? (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 85)
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access_time10 days ago
Google's Assistant made a huge jump at I/O, and Apple will need to dig deep to show us how it can leverage the power of the ecosystem. Apple Smart bands are coming, and Jeff Goldblum could have been the voice of Apple.
Tech Phone-In
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time10 days ago
From smartphones and tablets, to dealing with malware & protecting your privacy, our resident expert, Fevzi Turkalp has all the tech advice you need to choose the best tech for your needs and keep your existing gadgets running smoothly. In this week’s tech phone-in, Fevzi advises on… • How to protect yourself from Ransomware and other malware • How to determine whether a faulty computer is economic to repair • How to choose a new computer • Upgrading to Windows 10 • How to uninstall stubborn software • Whether it is better to use paid security software, or is free good enough? • Why you should always have at least two browsers installed on your computer • Smart TVs vs. Smart streaming boxes such as Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku etc. • Protecting yourself from computer scammers • and much more…. The Tech phone-in is broadcast live on BBC Radio 5 live on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month, from 2am to 3am. You can follow Fevzi on Twitter @GadgetDetective.
In-car with Android in the Car
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access_time10 days ago
Android in the Car lets you control entertainment and navigation in the car, but also your garage doors, temperature in the home and more.
What excited you the most at Google I/O? (The 3:59, Ep. 230)
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access_time10 days ago
Between Google Lens, Google Home and the newest version of Android the tech giant dumped a LOT on us. We break it down for you!
Life, a Quarter Pounder at a time: Girt by CNET podcast 110
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access_time10 days ago
This week Luke and Dan spend a lot of time talking about the bizarre intersection of tech and fast food. Mostly it makes them hungry.
Google I/O what you need to know
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access_time11 days ago
Today at Google I/O there was a ton of news. There were updates to Home, Assistant and Photos as well as some VR, Android, and machine learning news.
Google​ Home updates announced at Google I/O
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access_time11 days ago
Here are the five major updates to Google​ Home announced at Google I/O.
Google I/O gives a look at Android's future (The 3:59, Ep. 229)
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access_time11 days ago
Also on the podcast, we take a look at the hackers who leaked the tool behind WannaCry's quick spread.
Get ready for a grittier Star Trek (The 3:59, Ep. 228)
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access_time12 days ago
CBS Interactive CEO Jim Lanzone offers some hints about the latest Star Trek show and shoots down the idea of any "Game of Thrones"-type sex and violence.
Instagram launches Snapchat-style Selfie Filters
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access_time12 days ago
Instagram Stories just began offering its own augmented reality, animated selfie filters. This is the last major Snapchat feature left for Instagram to copy. Tap on the Smiley button or press down on your face to select from 9 different selfie filters. To maintain Instagram’s more artsy feel, the filters are less aggressive and transformative than Snapchat’s. After this launch, there’s no more obvious reasons to use Snapchat instead of Instagram Stories.
Game On - Dawn of a Go 8 bit War
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time13 days ago
Steve McNeil talks about riding a zeitgeist as Go 8 Bit returns to the UK's screens and another favourite's back - Dawn of War 3. Relic's Philippe Boulle interviewed and Leif Johnson from PC Gamer discusses the game.
Were you a victim of WannaCry ransomware? (The 3:59, Ep. 227)
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access_time13 days ago
We go deep into the latest security scourge and talk about net neutrality's latest champion.
Reinventing the electric car with Lucid Motors
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access_time14 days ago
Lucid Motors is making electric cars, and they're chasing Tesla. But they're also trying to do something unique, designing a car from the ground-up made specifically for shared autonomous use.
Gillmor Gang: Doc Soup
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access_time15 days ago
The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Keith Teare, Frank Radice, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Saturday, May 13, 2017.
Nectar's ultrasound enabled pour caps give bar owners eyes on their inventory
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access_time16 days ago
Nectar aims to take pencil and paper inventory management digital by combining inconspicuous liquor bottle caps with ultrasound technology and a handy smartphone app. Aayush Phumbhra, CEO and co-founder of Nectar, sat down with TechCrunch at a local bar for a demo and an explanation of his vision for data-driven consumer packaged goods.
Stratasys' Continuous Build 3D Demonstrator
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access_time16 days ago
The system is designed to create 3D printed parts at scale for manufacturing. Each cell is the wall is an individual modular 3D printer connected to a cloud network. The system is currently being tested at universities and handful of manufacturing patterns.
Doug streams Roku through headphones
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access_time16 days ago
Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth loves to watch the Wheel at night but he hates having to balance the volume between spins, Pat, contestant letters, and audience applause so he doesn't wake up his wife. To save his relationship, he pipes Roku audio through his phone so he can listen with headphones at full volume.
The 3:59 extended edition: Amazon Echo, show me what you've got
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access_time16 days ago
Here's our full podcast and live YouTube post-show from the day that Amazon revealed the Echo Show, a smart speaker with a touchscreen.
Weekend Streaming: 'Master of None' returns to Netflix
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access_time16 days ago
Sure, it's Mother's Day weekend, but it's time to delve deep with Dev in the second season of Aziz Ansari's Netflix series.
What The Tech Ep. 355 – MacBook Pro and Sony PS4 Woes
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access_time17 days ago
Stevie Richards and Andrew Zarian compare notes about the new Apple MacBook Pro. What are their likes and dislikes with Apple's new MacBook Pro. Stevie also talks about the trouble he has with his Sony Playstation. Stevie also discusses what equipment he uses to create his fitness videos.
Checkpoint, mental health and games: Girt by CNET podcast 109
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access_time17 days ago
The Girt team speaks with Dr. Jennifer Hazel about her work in mental health, the power of video games and the Checkpoint organisation's web series campaign.
Hell froze over again: iTunes is coming to the Windows Store (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 84)
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access_time17 days ago
Windows 10 gets iTunes, and Amazon Prime Video is coming to the Apple TV. Also, the Apple Watch is more accurate than you think and more iPhone 8 rumors.
Oh Snap! Turns out dog filters aren't a great business model (The 3:59, Ep. 226)
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access_time17 days ago
On today's podcast we chat about Snapchat's $2.2 billion loss, virtual reality at the Tribeca Film Festival and the nightmare of flying with electronics.
Essentium's FuseBox prints 3D with plasma
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access_time17 days ago
Announced this week at the Rapid conference in Pittsburgh, Essentium’s technology targets issues with structural integrity.
Amazon Echo Show
TechCrunch TV News TechCrunch
access_time19 days ago
Amazon's Echo Show is the newest addition to the company's Alexa-powered Echo range of home hubs. The Echo Show is equipped with a seven-inch screen that plays media, responds to voice commands and can be used to make video calls.
Will Amazon Echo Show grace your kitchen counter? (The 3:59, Ep. 224)
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access_time19 days ago
Amazon's smart speaker gets a touchscreen, and Army sci-fi fan fiction could actually save us from a dystopian future.
Game On 090517 Overcooked
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time20 days ago
Overcooked surprised many people when it won 2 BAFTAs; the game's makers amongst them. Adam's been to Cambridge to meet Phil and Oli - the men behind Ghost Town Games to talk about co-op cooking
Will Net Neutrality be undone? (The 3:59, Ep. 223)
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access_time20 days ago
CNET talks with the chairman of the FCC and also gets a sneak peek into the creator of Android's newest project.
Andy Rubin's Playground Global
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access_time22 days ago
Josh Constine takes a look inside Andy Rubin's futuristic Playground hardware incubator.
Gillmor Gang: No Show
Gillmor Gang TechCrunch
access_time23 days ago
The Gillmor Gang — Keith Teare, Frank Radice, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, May 5, 2017.
BlindPAD’s tablet for the vision-impaired
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access_time23 days ago
An innovative new tablet that uses magnetically configurable bumps may prove to be a powerful tool for translating information like maps and other imagery to a modality more easily accessed by the visually impaired.