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Each week on The No Name Security Podcast, Matt Stephenson chats with people who secure the things, hack the things or write about securing and hacking the things that surround us in everyday life. From voting machines to social engineering to the critical infrastructure, if it can be secured, it can be hacked. On No Name Security, we meet the people who do one or the other… and sometimes both.
 
The Critical Path is a talk show contemplating the causality of success and failure in the evolving story of mobile computing and related industries. Using Apple as a lens to look at existing and emerging tech markets, we try to understand what it means to be great. Hosted by Horace Dediu, Anders Brownworth, and Judd Rubin.
 
Join hosts and longtime Phish fans Lenny Duncan and Leslie Mac for conversations about how jam band culture and Black liberation work intersect, the experience of Black Phans, and envisioning a community filled with liberation, love, and Phish tickets by mail for all. Blackberry Jams is presented by Ben & Jerry’s and produced by PRX Productions.
 
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Iterate

Edwards, Clifford, Ritchie

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Iterate brings together the best designers and app producers in the business to talk user interface and user experience from concept to implementation. Hosted by Marc Edwards, Seth Clifford, and Rene Ritchie. Loop until done.
 
Sit down, have a drink (unless you're driving) and join Susi and Randall as they talk about their crazy lives in these boring times. Every week they will be making a fancy cocktail based off your suggestions. Tune in on Wednesdays for unscripted embarrassing stories, unnecessary life advice, but most importantly a good time. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beforethehangover/support
 
Beer & Fear is a weekly comedy/horror podcast that explores the ominous, unnerving, frightening, and sinister. Join us as we unpack and discuss anything and everything spooky and scary while introducing and enjoying a new beer each week.
 
The Podcast For Canadian Investors. The podcast features in depth discussion around individual stocks and various investing strategies while incorporating the nuances of Canadian investment vehicles. Show hosts Braden Dennis and Simon Belanger bring both experience, fresh takes, well-researched information and entertainment to an investing podcast for Canadians.
 
Singer and actor Liv Austen has turned a health issue into a passion for cooking, by taking control of every ingredient that goes in to her meals. Every week she shares something she has learned from cooking from scratch, and goes through a recipe she loves, so you can cook alongside the podcast. Cook from scratch - your body will thank you.
 
Welcome to Andy McGibbons' Politics, Culture and some other shit Podcast. I mostly talk about the politics of Ireland, the northern bit in which I live and beyond. I cover international stories from an anti imperialist stance. I advocate for a New Ireland united and free. I also like to talk a bit about culture, I play in a band called The Bonnevilles and have toured our beautiful planet and in that touring have met and seen many wonderful things which I like to share.
 
ALL OF IT is a show about culture and its consumers. ALL OF IT is a show about culture and context. ALL OF IT is a show about culture and the culture. Our aim is to engage the thinkers, doers, makers, and creators, about the what and why of their work. People make the culture and we hope, need, and want the WNYC community to be a part of our show. As we build a community around ALL OF IT, we know that every guest and listener has an opinion. We won’t always agree, but our varied perspectives ...
 
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Vector

Dow, English, Ritchie, Wiskus

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Vector is at the crossroads of technology and humanity. Every week Rene Ritchie, Georgia Dow, Guy English, Dave Wiskus, and friends talk about the latest stories, the biggest issues, and how the affect all of us.
 
Investment Research Radio interviews the most exciting up and coming companies trading on the markets. Leading business minds, analysts and market commentators are also interviewed. While being sector agnostic there is a focus on clean technologies, blockchain and being on top of the major trends which are changing the world around us.
 
Geared towards Deadheads, Phishheads and the jam band community, The Sound Podcast is a music discovery interview style podcast, hosted by Ira Haberman. Featuring Jam Bands and more... much more. Rooted in Americana, Blues, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Funk, Jazz, Reggae, Rock, Soul but mostly Jam Band music. New episodes of The Sound Podcast are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday (and more if we can). The Wednesday episode is exclusively a live music playlist called LIVEFIVE powered by nug ...
 
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Lisa Gade of MobileTechReview is our special guest this week! She hangs out with Jerry, Daniel, and Ara to discuss the Epic court ruling and check out Apple's recent announcements in relation to what they mean for Android users. Plus, the gang offer early impressions of Samsung's One UI 4 Beta, Pixel 6, and more. Links: MobileTechReview - YouTube L…
 
Jeffrey, Jeffrey... oh dear, its not going well. Seemingly content to let the English Tories use his arse for a spittoon Ulster Unionism appears to be deader than a Monty Python Parrot. Leaderless and more importantly out of time. Plus Queen Meaves advice on Blackberries. #DUP Stupid Tunnel article https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news…
 
This time, Lenny and Leslie focus on Shakedown Street with an anti racist lens and power analysis. At jam band shows all across the country, how do the normal mores around drugs otherwise get suspended, how is that an illusion, and what is the impact of this highly complex phenomenon on the people on the ground, regardless of race?…
 
Welcome to The From Scratch Body! I’m Liv Austen – and I believe that anyone can cook. Since being diagnosed with endometriosis, I have been on a journey to find out what food makes me feel great. By cooking from scratch I have not only started feeling much better, but also fallen in love with cooking completely! Join me for my weekly food topic an…
 
In this episode, The Itch has got the blues! Blues rock, that is. Join us as we discuss recent releases from Southern rock mainstays Blackberry Smoke, London busker Cam Cole, and son of a legend Wolfgang Van Halen's Mammoth WVH. Find out what separates them, what drew us to them, and how Dan got over his disdain for genre labels enough to link them…
 
Plus some Rivian news, a new type of track day, and more! Check out my YouTube Channel here: https://youtube.com/codyscarconundrum New: CCC Teespring store with more merch: https://my-store-10138012.creator-spring.com New: My Ko-Fi page (a Patreon alternative): https://ko-fi.com/codyscarconundrum Purchase my Car Tshirt merch at: https://tinyurl.com…
 
In this episode we hear a tale of cops and blackberries, 73º is way too hot, and KJ has a lot of books. We also talk about some woodworking. Be sure to hit up or sponsor Bits & Bits at www.bitsbits.com and use coupon code: MORSELS15 to save 15% Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/shopsoundspodcast You can find the three of us on Instagram, Youtu…
 
Binance is apparently facing more pressure from regulators over possible abuses at its cryptocurrency exchange. Bloombergsources said US officials have expanded their probe of Binance to include possible insider trading and market manipulation. The company hasn't been accused of wrongdoing, but Commodity Futures Trading Commission investigators hav…
 
Tesla isn't about to get a sympathetic ear from US regulators as it rolls out more semi-autonomous technology. New National Transportation Safety Board head Jennifer Homendy told The Wall Street Journal in an interview that Tesla needs to tackle "basic safety issues" before it expands features like Autopilot and Full Self Driving to more parts of t…
 
This week, Dr. Nicole Ackermans examines some AI x-ray science! This week, Nature published a paper by Google AI researchers demonstrating a system that could determine if a chest x-ray is abnormal, although it can’t determine specific conditions. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 aContinue readin…
 
Microsoft's September 22nd event might include one of the largest Surface Pro updates in years. According to The Verge, Twitter user Shadow_Leak has shared what looks like a store listing for the Surface Pro 8 tablet. The Windows 11 machine will reportedly resemble a souped-up, Intel-powered counterpart to the Surface Pro X with a 13-inch, narrow-b…
 
Cadillac didn't have any problems finding buyers for its Lyriq EV once reservations opened. As Electreklearned, GM's luxury badge sold out of reservations for the Lyriq's Debut Edition in 10 minutes. The brand didn't say how many people paid the $100 fee, but it's clear there was at least some pent-up demand for the upscale electric crossover. More…
 
Don't worry if you were disappointed that Harley-Davidson's first e-bikes didn't include that eye-catching vintage model. As Electreknotes, Harley's Serial 1 brand now plans to sell a highly similar retro bike, the MOSH/TRIBUTE, in "late Q4" (read: December). Pre-order it for $5,999 and you'll get the MOSH/CTY's underpinnings with looks that would …
 
If you were hoping to score a few thousand Supercharging miles from Tesla referrals, we're afraid you may already be too late. In a notice on its website spotted by Electrek, Tesla said that "vehicle products and solar panels are no longer eligible for Referral awards" as of September 18th. The company's only active program at the moment is for the…
 
Have you noticed some well-known tech accessory makers disappearing from Amazon? Those aren't just rare incidents — they're part of a larger campaign. In a response to The Verge, Amazon has confirmed a South China Morning Postreport that the internet giant has banned over 600 Chinese brands (spread across 3,000 seller accounts) over review fraud in…
 
SpaceX's Starlink satellite broadband might not be considered a test for much longer. Elon Musk told Twitter users that Starlink should exit beta "next month" — that is, sometime in October. You could theoretically could use the quicker-than-usual service in more countries, or at least without the stigma of beta testing involved.The company had aim…
 
Valve didn't wait long to hold its second Steam Next Fest. The Vergereports the games extravaganza (formerly the Steam Game Festival) is now slated to take place October 1st through October 7th. You'll see a range of upcoming games, including livestreams and chats, but the highlight may be the demos. Most notably, IGNsays you'll get to try No Man's…
 
This week we’ve got a few reviews for music and photography enthusiasts. First, James Trew put the GoPro Hero 10 Black through its paces and was impressed by the capabilities of the new GP2 processor. Next, Billy Steele listened to Jabra’s $80 Elite 3 earbuds and, due to the combination of price and features, deemed them one of the company’s best g…
 
During the Roaring '20s just about everybody was convinced that dirigibles were not just the future of luxury travel but that these lumbering airships could also serve as platforms for scientific exploration and adventure. Why slog through malaria-infested jungles, parched deserts and frozen tundra when you could simply float an expedition to its d…
 
Countries have assassinated people with drones, but those attacks now appear to include robotic weapons on the ground. The New York Timessources claim Israel assassinated top Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh on November 27th, 2020 using a remotely-controlled, AI-assisted machine gun. Israel reportedly mounted the gun on a pickup truck b…
 
The Facebook filesThe Wall Street JournalIf you've been following tech news at all this week, you've likely read some of WSJ's reporting already. However, the entire series of articles is worth a look as it shows how much Facebook knows about unequal policy enforcement, how toxic Instagram can be for teen girls, the power of its algorithm, illegal …
 
Apple details their new products launching this fall, Xiaomi aims to take on Facebook with their own version of smart glasses, and English inventor Sir Clive Sinclair passed away at the age of 81. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a month here. A specialContinue reading "Week in Review for the Wee…
 
Jason Stofferwas still early in his career at venture capital firm Maveron in 2012 when he declined an opportunity to invest in Remitly, then a fledgling Seattle startup with ambitions to challenge Western Union by bringing a tech mindset to the business of international money transfers.He was impressed by Remitly co-founders Matt Oppenheimer and J…
 
Google stifled competition and prevented the development of Android rivals in India, the country's antitrust regulator has decided in a report seen by Reuters. In 2019, Competition Commission of India opened a probe into whether Google abused Android's dominance in the market where devices powered by the OS are prevalent. In its report on the probe…
 
Clubhouse isn't just an app you can fire up to attend talks by famous people. It has different types of rooms you can use, including ones where you can have intimate, private conversations with friends — and in the future, you may be able to invite those friends to chat by "waving" at them. Jane Manchun Wong, who's famous for reverse engineering ap…
 
Does Adam Selipsky have to worry about the AWS exodus?OMIGOD: a new OMI vulnerability for Azure servicesISPs try to stop ban on exclusive wiring deals between providers and landlordsMan gets 12 years in prison for unlocking nearly 2 million AT&T phonesIs it time to go without passwords? Microsoft thinks so.Jeremy Fitzpatrick, VP of sales for NFINIT…
 
One year after releasing a full remake of cult classic Destroy All Humans!, THQ Nordic plans to modernize its 2006 sequel as well. During its recent publisher showcase, the company announced Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed (yes, that’s the actual name of the game). It’s coming out “soon” on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.Developer Black For…
 
The Dutch city of Utrecht wants to have the world’s first bi-directional EV power grid. The Russian government ordered Google and Apple to remove an app meant to guide supporters of Alexei Navalny on how to deprive Vladimir Putin’s, United Russia, of votes in regional and federal elections. Protocol’s sources say Google plans to add free TV channel…
 
The Dutch city of Utrecht wants to have the world’s first bi-directional EV power grid. The Russian government ordered Google and Apple to remove an app meant to guide supporters of Alexei Navalny on how to deprive Vladimir Putin’s, United Russia, of votes in regional and federal elections. Protocol’s sources say Google plans to add free TV channel…
 
Apple is implementing a new COVID-19 testing policy for US employees who work out of its offices and retail locations. Moving forward, the company will require unvaccinated employees to get tested more frequently than their vaccinated counterparts. News of the development was first reported by The Verge, with Protocol later obtaining confirmation f…
 
Image: ClubhouseClubhouse appears to be working on a new way to invite people to audio rooms in its app, based on screenshots shared by researcher Jane Manchum Wong. The invite feature, called “Waves,” is focused on the more casual, social side of Clubhouse, rather than the creator-focused live shows that have had the company’s attention.Based off …
 
Niantic is discontinuing development on Catan: World Explorers. Announced in the fall of 2019, the studio had yet to release the game officially, and it was only available in early access in select markets outside of the US. Later today, Niantic plans to remove World Explorers from the App Store before shutting down the servers that power the game …
 
A US district court has sentenced a man who unlocked 1.9 million AT&T phones to 12 years in prison. Muhammad Fahd continued the seven-year scheme to defraud the company even after learning of an investigation against him, according to the Department of Justice. At Fahd's sentencing hearing, Judge Robert S. Lasnik said he committed a “terrible cyber…
 
Grimore of Souls, the latest entry in the long-running Castlevania series of games, is now available as an Apple Arcade exclusive. While it’s not a new game per se, it’s one that most Castlevania fans haven’t had a chance to play yet. Series publisher Konami first announced the game back in 2018 before releasing it only in Canada in 2019 and then s…
 
Facebook has handed over virtual reality illustration and animation tool Quill to Iñigo Quilez, the developer who created the app. Quilez has formed a company called Smoothstep and rebranded the tool as Quill by Smoothstep, which is now on the Oculus Store.The original Quill app will be removed from the Oculus Store on October 18th. It'll still wor…
 
Boston Dynamics’ Spot has found itself a new job, and thankfully this time it doesn’t involve a potential battlefield role. Hyundai has started testing the robot at a Kia manufacturing plant in South Korea where it will be one of the tools the company uses to ensure the facility is safe for workers. The pilot represents the first public collaborati…
 
The next time you get pulled over in Michigan, it could be by a cop in an electric SUV — at least if Ford has anything to say about it. The American automaker is stepping up its Police Interceptor program, which modifies existing models for use by law enforcement, typically with beefed up suspensions, brakes and added horsepower. The company has pi…
 
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