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The most interesting Microsoft hardware rumors
CNET's Top 5 (SD) CNET.com
access_time7 hours ago
We rank the most compelling reports on Microsoft's vision of the future including new Surface devices, the next generation Hololens and a brand-new pocketable device.
Verizon decides to get even pricier with its newest unlimited data plan (The 3:59, Ep. 414)
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access_time4 days ago
Verizon's got a new unlimited plan; Uber fights fraud; Comcast has officially bid for Fox; and Mozilla considers a voice-controlled browser.
What The Tech Ep. 403 - Future of Microsoft Xbox Hardware and Services
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time4 days ago
Microsoft announced it is working on new Xbox hardware and services at the E3 gaming convention. Paul Thurrott and Andrew Zarian discuss the future of Xbox hardware and services. What features might we expect with a new Xbox? Paul also brings up several issues plaguing the latest major feature update of Windows 10. Should Microsoft slow the rollout of the latest Windows 10 update?
Is Moto G6 Better Than Realme 1, Redmi Note 5 Pro?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time4 days ago
Reviewer Shobhit Varma joins host Pranay Parab to talk about three smartphones under Rs. 15,000 — Oppo Realme 1, Moto G6, and Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro — to help you decide which one to buy. Introduction (1:00) Why these phones are being compared The Moto brand Too many smartphones launched? Moto G6 (7:00) Design Performance Comparison with Realme 1 and Redmi Note 5 Pro Camera (14:00) Front camera performance Rear camera performance Winner Value for money (15:20) Best value overall Availability (21:00) Flash sales vs open sale Online vs offline Which one is easily available? Battery life and conclusion (25:10) Best battery life Overall best performance Our pick
AT&T bowls over Justice Department, will soon own Justice League (The 3:59, Ep. 413)
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access_time5 days ago
We talk about the implications of AT&T buying Time Warner, how the Avengers and X-Men may be affected, and Super Smash Brothers Ultimate.
Sony goes big at E3 (The 3:59, Ep. 412)
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access_time6 days ago
Talking about new games at E3, ZTE's ban, and electronics-sniffing dogs.
Game On: UK Games Expo 2018
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time7 days ago
What should have been a casual visit to the NEC in Birmingham turned instead to a whistlestop tour of the show floor. Radio recorded against the clock.
Net neutrality is dead, at least for now (The 3:59, Ep. 411)
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access_time7 days ago
We discuss net neutrality's end and what happens next, the news out of E3, and the Wish shopping app's massive growth.
What you should know about 5G
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access_time7 days ago
The next generation of mobile networks is coming sooner than you think. Here are the most important facts about the tech.
CNET UK podcast 538: Apple's WWDC treats and Zuckerberg's casual chat
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access_time10 days ago
We discuss whether Apple's software updates are exciting enough and how Zuckdawg had an easy ride of things on stage in Paris recently.
Carfection: For the love of cars Podcast, Ep. 1 - Manual Porsches and classic Ferraris
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access_time10 days ago
Welcome to the Carfection audio podcast. This week we cover everything awesome that the Carfection crew have been up to in the past few weeks and look forward to a thrilling 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Thor: Ragnarok and more merry Marvel content lands online
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access_time10 days ago
Thor: Ragnarok, X2: X-Men United and Cloak and Dagger all are up to stream this weekend.
BBC 5Live Tech Phone-in: Fevzi Turkalp from GadgetDetective.com answers 5Live listeners’ technology questions
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time11 days ago
In this week’s tech phone-in, Fevzi reviews the AliveCor’s excellent KardiaMobile pocket ECG Heart Monitor, plus the devilishly useful Elgato Stream Deck; and advises listeners on… • Faulty sound on mobile phone • Troubleshooting your email account • Choosing the best antivirus and security software for your various devices • Using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software to make PDF files editable • Choosing a better Internet Service Provider (ISP) • Soundbars vs. Surround sound speakers • Recovering from a bad Windows 10 update • The best options for getting your Wi-Fi to cover your entire home • Printer problems • Choosing the best affordable 10-inch tablet for your needs The Tech phone-in is back on Friday 24th June 2018 from 2am In the meantime you can contact Fevzi with your tech questions on Twitter @GadgetDetective
Amazon Fire TV Cube: Let's give them something to talk a-box (The 3:59, Ep. 410)
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access_time11 days ago
Talking all about Amazon's Alexa-powered video streamer.
Asus Project Precog could be the future of laptops (The 3:59, Ep. 409)
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access_time12 days ago
We talk about new laptop tech, Safari privacy controls and ZTE coming back from the dead.
How technology can fight extremism and online harassment | Yasmin Green
TEDTalks Technology TEDTalks
access_time12 days ago
Can technology make people safer from threats like violent extremism, censorship and persecution? In this illuminating talk, technologist Yasmin Green details programs pioneered at Jigsaw (a unit within Alphabet Inc., the collection of companies that also includes Google) to counter radicalization and online harassment -- including a project that could give commenters real-time feedback about how their words might land, which has already increased spaces for dialogue. "If we ever thought that we could build an internet insulated from the dark side of humanity, we were wrong," Green says. "We have to throw our entire selves into building solutions that are as human as the problems they aim to solve."
What The Tech Ep. 402 - Apple WWDC 2018 Round Up
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time13 days ago
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott round up and discuss Apple's WWDC 2018 announcements. Apple says iOS 12 will increase performance, FaceTime group calling, Memoji, and the next Mac OS will be named Mojave featuring a new dark mode. Paul also touches on the new AR features. Is AR ever going to catch on? Plus Apple says iOS apps are coming to the app store in 2019.
Can iOS 12 curb your addiction to your iPhone? (The 3:59, Ep. 408)
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access_time13 days ago
We break down Apple's WWDC: iOS 12's tools to get you to use your phone less, iOS apps coming to Macs, and turning yourself into an animoji.
Will iOS 12 Boost Affordable iPhones in India?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time13 days ago
Games editor Rishi Alwani and editor in chief Kunal Dua join host Pranay Parab to talk about the WWDC 2018 keynote, iOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave, watchOS 5, and to some extent tvOS 12 as well. iOS 12 (0:41) ARKit 2 Augmented reality games Shared experiences Persistent elements iOS 12 performance on older iPhones iPhone 6 and iPhone SE Affordable iPhone sales in India Features old iPhones will not get Siri Suggestions and Shortcuts SMS OTP autofill Animoji iPad gestures Group FaceTime ScreenTime macOS 10.14 Mojave (26:00) Dark Mode Mac App Store Safari and privacy iOS apps coming to macOS Easier for developers to bring iOS apps to Mac When can we see more of these apps Voice Memos, Stocks, and Apple News watchOS (37:45) Workouts app Hiking and yoga Automatic workout detection New features for runners Fitness focus Walkie Talkie Interactive notifications Background audio
Game On - Mythmaking
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time14 days ago
A ramble with some writers this week; mythmaking discussed with Jonathan Howard, Cassandra Khaw and James Persaud
New episodes Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt arrive
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access_time17 days ago
Netflix has made the move to split the fourth season up with the first six episodes online now. The second half will land later this year.
Predictions for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (2018 Edition)
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access_time18 days ago
We run down what we think we'll see at Apple's annual show based on past events, rumors and some recent trends.
Vivo X21: Future of Smartphones or Overpriced Gimmick?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time18 days ago
Vivo X21 comes with a fingerprint sensor under the display, which makes it unique in the smartphone market. Reviewer Aditya Shenoy joins host Pranay Parab to talk about the smartphone and how it fares against the likes of the OnePlus 6 and the iPhone X. Vivo X21 Pricing (2:00) OnePlus 6 Face Unlock Seen to Be Fooled by Photo in New Video, OnePlus Responds Is Vivo shipping beta hardware? (9:00) In-display fingerprint sensor Notch and other design elements (18:45) Should you buy the Vivo X21? (24:13)
How we'll become cyborgs and extend human potential | Hugh Herr
TEDTalks Technology TEDTalks
access_time19 days ago
Humans will soon have new bodies that forever blur the line between the natural and synthetic worlds, says bionics designer Hugh Herr. In an unforgettable talk, he details "NeuroEmbodied Design," a methodology for creating cyborg function that he's developing at MIT, and shows us a future where we've augmented our bodies in a way that will redefine human potential -- and, maybe, turn us into superheroes. "During the twilight years of this century, I believe humans will be unrecognizable in morphology and dynamics from what we are today," Herr says. "Humanity will take flight and soar."
What The Tech Ep. 401 - The Perfect Phone
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time20 days ago
Andrew Zarian asks Paul Thurrott to design his perfect phone. What would make the perfect phone? Andrew and Paul also discuss some of their gripes with Andoid and iOS that they would like to change. Apple's annual WWDC is just mere weeks away. what could we see from WWDC in 2018?
Ep83:  [The Best] of the Indian Startup Show -  Part 4
The Indian Startup Show Neil Patel
access_time20 days ago
Sit back & enjoy some of the best bits of The Indian Startup Show. Today you will hear from Vamsi Krishna, co-founder & CEO of Vedantu. Based in Bangalore, Vedantu is a Live Online Tutoring platform that aims to ‘personalize’ and ‘democratize’ learning in India. Next, I speak with Neha Motwani - The founder & CEO of Fitternity. Fitternity, is a discovery platform for workout classes and other fitness services based in Mumbai. The platform allows users to book free trials with exercise classes, personal trainers, and nutritionists. Next up is Vishal Shah - Founder & CEO of Haute Chef. Haute Chef is a unique "meal kit" concept, They send a box of pre-measured, labelled ingredients along with easy to follow step-by-step instructions on putting together a truly gourmet dish in your home kitchen. And finally, I chat to Anirban Poddar - Founder & CEO of ShopHop. ShopHop is an e-commerce platform which serves as a curated marketplace for natural, artisanal, home-grown foods and wellness products.
Game On - The Play's The Thing...
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time21 days ago
Are role playing games, games or performances or something inbetween? Adam's been to see Adventurers Wanted at work in a theatre above a pub and their DM, Chris Hislop is joined by Johnny Chiodini - the occasional Dungeon Master for @outsidexbox - and D&D's Senior Director, Nathan Stewart weighs in. WARNING - during this recording there is an attempt to rehabilitate "rules lawyers" which we can in no way condone.
What The Tech Ep. 400 - Playstation 4 Final Phase & Android Gripes
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time22 days ago
Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech fills in for Paul Thurrott this episode. Sony announces the Playstation 4 is entering it's final phase. What does this mean for the next generation of the Playstation? Jon gives his thoughts on what the best Android phone is on the market. Andrew and Jon also discuss some of their current issues with Android. And the pair go on a rant about social media.
The worst things about Solo: A Star Wars Story
CNET's Top 5 (SD) CNET.com
access_time23 days ago
Quick warning: This video includes very, very minor spoilers. If you want to know absolutely nothing about Solo before you see the movie, come back later.
Steve Martin and Martin Short's new comedy special is here
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access_time24 days ago
Can't make it to a theater? You can watch the comedians' traveling show on Netflix.
Tech Phone In
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time24 days ago
From smartphones & tablets, to dealing with malware & protecting your privacy, Fevzi Turkalp has all the tech advice you need to choose the best tech for your needs & keep your existing gadgets running smoothly. In this week’s tech phone-in, Fevzi reviews the Anker’s remarkable Nebula Capsule, a projector the size of a cola can, and advises listeners on… • Map updates for Sat Navs • Improving your YouTube search results • Transferring data between mobile devices of different brands • Getting Apple to replace iPhone batteries cheaply, and getting a refund from Apple if you updated at full price last year • Windows 10 updates that disable computers, making it even more essential to do regular backups • SIM card sizes and compatibility • What to do when you don’t get the Internet speeds you were expecting, and how to lower the cost of your service • Smartphone features enabling their use by blind individuals • Choosing the best Apple MacBook for your needs • SSDs vs. Hard Drives for external drives • How to recover your photos , videos and other files for free when your SD card becomes corrupted
Do you return a lot on Amazon? It could get you banned (The 3:59, Ep. 407)
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access_time26 days ago
Plus: Amazon facial-recognition tech, and Mark Zuckerberg in the EU.
Getting bored with your Apple Watch face? (The 3:59, Ep. 406)
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access_time27 days ago
Why Apple needs a Watch face store, Zuck heads to the EU and Intel reveals a new flaw.
Game On - Who pays the piper?
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time28 days ago
Chris Bratt's gone to Patreon to support his new video journalism project 'People Make Games' and Andy Robertson is using Unbound to fund 'Taming Gaming', a guiide to healthy game use. So, does it matter who's paying for content and how they're paying? Adam, Chris and Andy are also joined by Gillian de Nooijer to discuss this and ways to approach violence in games.
The OnePlus 6 is an excellent phone, aside from these misses (The 3:59, Ep. 405)
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access_time28 days ago
We break down the OnePlus 6 review, talk about Elon Musk's bold underground transit plan and discuss how Amazon deals with supersized packages.
Why fascism is so tempting -- and how your data could power it | Yuval Noah Harari
TEDTalks Technology TEDTalks
access_time1 month ago
In a profound talk about technology and power, author and historian Yuval Noah Harari explains the important difference between fascism and nationalism -- and what the consolidation of our data means for the future of democracy. Appearing as a hologram live from Tel Aviv, Harari warns that the greatest danger that now faces liberal democracy is that the revolution in information technology will make dictatorships more efficient and capable of control. "The enemies of liberal democracy hack our feelings of fear and hate and vanity, and then use these feelings to polarize and destroy," Harari says. "It is the responsibility of all of us to get to know our weaknesses and make sure they don't become weapons." (Followed by a brief conversation with TED curator Chris Anderson)
Fahrenheit 451 arrives on HBO Now this weekend
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access_time1 month ago
If you've got HBO Now, Netflix or Hulu you've got a lot of new options in the next few days.
Net Neutrality gets a lifeline (The 3:59, Ep. 404)
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access_time1 month ago
Plus: Ebay personalization and tech accessibility
What The Tech Ep. 399 - Google Assistant Runs Your Life
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time1 month ago
Google announces a new assistant at Google I/O that makes appointments for you by phone. Is Google taking over the world? Andrew complains about how many messaging/chat apps Google has. Will Google ever get it's chat platforms in order? Paul runs down the notables from the nearly 4 hour long key note from Microsoft Build. Paul also talks about what's coming in the next major update for Windows 10 later this year.
Ep82:  [The Best] of the Indian Startup Show -  Part 3
The Indian Startup Show Neil Patel
access_time1 month ago
Best of The Indian Startup Show Part 3. Today you will hear from Raveesh Bhalla, an expert on UX (user experience), he talks about starting his own design agency. His own processes & current challenges and the next big trend in the UX design industry. Swaathi Kakarla. Co-Founder of Skcript, talking about her rollercoaster journey from starting the company in a car to launching products at Gitex in Dubai. Varun Sheth. Co-Founder of Ketto - an online crowdfunding website for individuals, NGOs & businesses to raise money for their favourite causes and creative projects. Shilpi Kapoor. Founder of BarrierBreak - which provides accessibility and assistive technology solutions for people with disabilities. Faheem Gill. Founder of Dashroad . Based in the UAE. Dashroad focuses on bringing out the data from cars to help build a platform of connected car applications. Please enjoy the show!
Facebook tries to clean up its act... Is it too late? (The 3:59, Ep. 402)
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access_time1 month ago
Plus, net neutrality and Target's next-day deliveries.
Game On: Times maybe a-changing
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time1 month ago
The Daily Star's Gaming Editor, James Wright talks about his paper's 'Fortnite' moment and Vaughn Highfield has been crunching some numbers. At the Sports Emmys the League of Legends World Final picked up an award and Ariel Horn, Global Executive Producer at Riot Games, believes it's a sign of things to come.
What its like pretending to be a millionaire on Venmo (The 3:59, Ep. 401)
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access_time1 month ago
We also discuss ZTE's challenges and Google Assistant.
Catch the season finales of Barry and Silicon Valley this weekend
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access_time1 month ago
The two comedies stream their final episodes for a while on HBO's streaming services.
Google I/O didn't say much about our privacy (The 3:59, Ep. 400)
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access_time1 month ago
Plus: Facebook trolls, delivery drones and Spotify.
Google Duplex lets a robot make phone calls for you (The 3:59, Ep. 399)
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access_time1 month ago
Coming off Google's landslide of news, we also discuss Google Home's continued conversation and Android P's digital detox settings.
Hey Amazon, show us how you are protecting children's privacy (The 3:59, Ep. 398)
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access_time1 month ago
Also on the podcast, we talk about Amazon’s Alexa jumping on Android, and a preview of Google I/O.
What we'll be looking for at Google I/O (The 3:59, Ep. 397)
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access_time1 month ago
Plus: Microsoft Build and the iMac turns 20.
Recut Arrested Development season 4 hits Netflix
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access_time1 month ago
The original 15 episodes were transformed into 22 for this new version that makes the fourth season more like the first three.