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Tech News Today 1612: Breath of Fresh MacBook Air
Jason Howell and Ron Richards dissect Google’s hardware event where it showcased its new lineup of devices designed entirely in-house. Iain Thomson from … source Read more
Tech News Today 1620: Bot Topics
Hosts: Megan Morrone, Jason Howell Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss how all major suitors have pulled away from a possible offer to acquire Twitter. source Read more
Tech News Today 1631: Goggle to Mouth
Giphy aims to be the YouTube of GIFs and closed a new $72 million funding to help it get there. Google discovered a Windows 10 vulnerability and went public … source Read more
Tech News Today 1594: Google Chrome is Secure-er
Hosts: Megan Morrone, Jason Howell Guest: Alex Kantrowitz Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss the FCC’s revised plan to force cable companies away … source Read more
Tech News Today 1659: Move Fast & Break Real Things
A researcher publicly disclosed information about a vulnerability on a number of Netgear routers that could result in the router being taken over in ways that … source Read more
Tech News Today 1618: Total Re-recall
Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards Guest: Russell Holly Jason Howell and Ron Richards discuss the Washington Post’s experiment that found that Facebook’s … source Read more
Tech News Today 1656: Pony Bros
The rumors are true, and FitBit has confirmed that it will buy Pebble’s key assets. Sony has announced Project Field, a new take on table top card gameplay. source Read more
Tech News Today 1625: Said Smart Assistant
It’s time to patch your Linux box, and if you have any Linux lovers in your life, it is time to tell them to do the same. Ars Technica reports that a flaw in the OS could … source Read more
Tech News Today 1662: Fake News Today
Bloomberg says cybercriminals may have broken into over 1 billion Yahoo accounts, including as many as 150000 U.S. government and military employees. source Read more
Tech News Today 1663: Keep the Internet Weird, People
Evernote came under fire when it announced an upcoming change to its privacy policy that would open a user’s notes up to being read by Evernote employees, … source Read more