Tech Talk Y'all

Tech Talk Y'all

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Tech Talk Y’all is the world’s first ever tech comedy podcast. Is it tech? Can it be made funny? If so, Sanjay & Adam will probably cover it.


113: Shattered Windows?… Still Some Development To Do
Dec 9 • 36 min
In this Episode: WhatsApp Working on a Feature to Self-destruct Messages: Report. Twitter will remove inactive accounts and free up usernames in December Apple Pay works with Salvation Army’s famous red kettles Google Cloud Print will be shut down on…
112: TTY’s 2019 Gift Guide
Dec 2 • 20 min
In this episode we share our picks for gifts this holiday season. *Stocking Stuffers * Anker USB C Charger, 18W ($25.99) iPhone Charger, [3 Pack] Anker Powerline Lightning Cable (3ft) ($23.99) JETech screen protectors ($5.99 - $11.99) URPOWER Tactical…
111: All about the Dolla Bills Y’all
Nov 25 • 34 min
In this Episode: You can share your Disney+ login with friends without repercussions Secretive energy startup backed by Bill Gates achieves solar breakthrough Elon Musk Just Tweeted a Response to Ford's New Electric Mustang Announcement, and It's Most…
110: Anything that is a Remote is Gonna Get Lost
Nov 18 • 36 min
In this Episode: Apple removes Instagram stalking app from App Store Amazon will launch new grocery store as alternative to Whole Foods Roku puts a remote on your wrist with new Apple Watch app Twitter drafts a deepfake policy that would label and warn,…
109: James Bond, Sci-Fi, Alien Technology Kinda Stuff
Nov 11 • 36 min
In this Episode: Amazon Black Friday 2019 and holiday deals have begun Apple is reportedly working with Valve on a totally new type of product like nothing we’ve seen 4 things you should know about the AirPods Pro Google to Buy Fitbit for $2.1 Billion to…
108: Age of the Mashup
Nov 4 • 43 min
In this Episode: Five months after returning rental car, man still has remote control A health care algorithm offered less care to black patients Photo battle between an iPhone 11 Pro and a $7,500 DSLR might surprise you Ford unveils release date for…
107: Elizabeth Holmes as a Vampire is Your 2019 Halloween Inspo
Oct 28 • 37 min
In this episode: We asked a hacker to try and steal a CNN tech reporter's data. Here's what happened SoftBank reportedly ends WeWork ownership debacle with a $1.7 billion payout to Adam Neumann SoftBank reportedly preps a package to take control of WeWork…
106: Rolls-Royce, Porsche, & Big Boi
Oct 21 • 33 min
In this Episode: Why each Libra member’s mutiny hurts Facebook SoftBank reportedly preps a package to take control of WeWork parent company Lawsuit: “Fortnite” Is as Addictive as Cocaine, Ruins Lives Instacart shoppers are organizing a nationwide protest…
105: Adam and Sanjay are Here to Pump You Up!
Oct 14 • 29 min
Support Tech Talk Y'all on Patreon and get access to our Discord channel! In this Episode: A paralyzed man walked with a brain-controlled exoskeleton Barr Pushes Facebook for Access to WhatsApp Messages Tesla Smart Summon and Curious Owners: What Could Go…
104: Florida Man
Oct 7 • 37 min
In this Episode: WeWork IPO Filing Withdrawn as Roadshow Leads to a Dead End Blade helicopter-sharing app to speed transplant organs Cops Abandon High-Speed Chase When Their Tesla Battery Runs Down EOS Maker Block.One Settles With SEC Over Unregistered…
103: Alright Alright Alright
Sep 30 • 34 min
In this Episode: Peloton’s IPO Is in the Zone Walgreens and Alphabet’s Wing Launch Drone Delivery Pilot Program NYSE Owner Launches Long-Awaited Bitcoin Futures Facebook buys startup building neural monitoring armband Coca-Cola installs first 'Litter…
102: Movie Pass is Shutting Down, Pigeon Spies Abound
Sep 23 • 31 min
In This Episode: MoviePass is shutting down September 14th MIT Creates Light-Sensitive ‘Reprogrammable’ Ink MIT unveils new 'blackest black' material and makes a diamond disappear States led by Texas target Google in new antitrust probe Beekeeper raises…
101: Party Time with Your Favorite Nerd Rappers
Sep 16 • 34 min
In this Episode: Redesigned Galaxy Fold fixes past mistakes: What's different about Samsung's foldable phone WeWork mulls slashing IPO valuation as skepticism rises over business model: sources India Spacecraft Located, Condition Unknown The Apple Card…
100: Rapping Up 100 TTY Episodes
Sep 9 • 22 min
Links:Operation indiscriminately infects iPhones with spywareAsteroid news: 100% chance of impact expert alerts in life or death warning | Science | News | Express.co.uk
99: Demogorgon’s Are A Department of Energy Thing
Sep 2 • 32 min
In this Episode: Billionaires Jack Ma and Elon Musk debate good, evil and AI at conference in China After seven roof fires, Walmart sues Tesla over solar panel flaws NASA has officially attached a helicopter to the Mars 2020 Rover Two airlines ban all…
98: All Weird, All Wacky
Aug 26 • 15 min
This robotic tail gives humans key abilities that evolution took away These contact lenses get dark in the sun — here's what it's like to wear them He tried to prank the DMV. Then his vanity license plate backfired big time. The fashion line designed to…
97: A Unicorn Turned Donkey
Aug 19 • 29 min
In This Episode: Apple: Break Safari's privacy rules and we'll treat you like malware (4:34) Huawei employees reportedly caught helping African governments spy on opposition (7:13) Automattic’s bargain-bin Tumblr deal plugs right into the WordPress…
96: Special Guest Jeff Hilimire Returns!
Aug 12 • 35 min
In this Episode: Using AI to give doctors a 48-hour head start on life-threatening illness LightSail 2 Spacecraft Successfully Demonstrates Flight by Light Satellites are becoming real-time spies in the sky The Federal Reserve announces plans for a…
95: Things I Didn’t Think We’d Talk About for 500…
Aug 5 • 34 min
In This Episode: Google Chrome 76 now available, makes it easier to get around paywalls (2:43) Google will donate 100,000 Home Minis because so many people with paralysis rely on them (5:13) Capital One breach also hit other major companies, say…
94: Sending All Robocalls to the People Who Don’t Want to End Robocalls
Jul 29 • 34 min
In this Episode: FaceApp Lets You ‘Age’ a Photo by Decades. Does It Also Violate Your Privacy? (1:46) Tinder (MTCH) Bypasses Google Play, Revolt Against App Store Fee (4:08) House passes bill to block robocalls (5:30) Firefox to pile on more native…
93: Special Guest Cara Kneer Returns!
Jul 22 • 33 min
In This Episode: Amazon Prime Day has changed how you shop Jeff Bezos risks angering Trump by acknowledging the US Postal Service gave him a huge helping hand in building Amazon Uber Finally Sets Diversity Inclusion and Equity Goals Facebook’s testimony…
92: Can We Get Elizabeth Holmes and Mike Tyson to Debate?
Jul 15 • 36 min
In This Episode: NASA Sends Tiny Atomic Clock to Space (2:28) Theranos Founder to Face Trial Next Year on Fraud Charges (4:50) Machine learning has been used to automatically translate long-lost languages (5:57) Amazon will crash on Prime Day, 60% of…
91: Special Episode: The Founding Fathers Might Have Loved Tech Talk Y’all
Jul 4 • 13 min
In this episode: Inventions of the Founding Fathers: Thomas Jefferson Benjamin Franklin George Washington Happy 4th of July! We're off next Monday, look for the next episode on July 15th. Links:The Founding Fathers, 18th-century tech geeks, would love the…
90: Storefronts, Awnings, or Shutters? … reCAPTCHA Problems
Jul 1 • 43 min
In this Episode: A new tool detects deepfakes with 96 percent accuracy Dutch Telephone Outage Takes Out Nation's Emergency Number (4:30) Curiosity Rover Detects Abnormally High Methane Levels on Mars ( Hackers breach NASA, steal Mars mission data (7:17)…
89: Never Let the Internet Name Anything
Jun 24 • 28 min
In this Episode: Shock Samsung Confession Risks Galaxy Smartphone Cancellation (1:48) Spies may have used an AI-generated face to infiltrate US politics (3:50) “Amazon’s Choice” Does Not Necessarily Mean A Product Is Good (6:30) Hackers, farmers, and…
88: Are Your Applications in Cloud? Are They in the Sentient Cloud?
Jun 17 • 39 min
In this episode: Maine Governor Signs Strictest Internet Protections in the U.S. FCC votes on action and legal framework to fight robocalls Cryptocurrency startup hacks itself before hacker gets a chance to steal users funds More Than 25% Of U.S. Adults…
87: Are You Tier 1 Tech Support?
Jun 10 • 41 min
In this Episode: Flipboard data breach – what users should do now Michelin and GM bringing airless tires to the road in 2024 Hertz launches monthly car rental subscription starting at $999 House starts antitrust probe of Facebook, Google, other tech…
86: Guess Who Has the Best Uber Rating!?
Jun 3 • 37 min
In this Episode: Apple is looking into building foldable iPhones out of glass (2:00) Mobile carrier AT&T will now accept payments in crypto (3:48) How scientists unraveled the mystery behind the return of a banned greenhouse gas (5:30) LAS VEGAS ORDERS UP…
85: Words for Things That Are Not The Words For Things
May 27 • 40 min
In This Episode: No About Face for Amazon (3:18) Humans Are Mailing It in (6:05) Android’s Live Transcribe will save the text and show ‘sound events’ (10:26) Triton is the world’s most murderous malware, and it’s spreading (12:51) Google suspends some…
84: (Season 4) A New Season… Because We Can
May 20 • 42 min
In this Episode: “Alexa Guard” Can Protect Your Home (2:43) All Chromebooks will also be Linux laptops going forward (5:44) GPS tracker leaks real-time locations and can remotely activate its microphone (7:07) LED light can damage eyes, health authority…
83: Special Episode: The Origin of Tech Talk Y’all
May 13 • 30 min
Sponsored By:The Woodruff Arts Center: The Woodruff Arts Center, the third largest arts center in the country, is home to the Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre, the Grammy Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the High Museum of Art, the leading…
82: Brain Computers? That’s a Nope From Us
May 6 • 39 min
In this Episode: Southwest and FAA officials never knew Boeing turned off a safety feature on its 737 Max jets (1:38) United Airlines says it’s now covering those surprise seatback webcam (3:15) Tobii uses PC cameras to keep people from peeking at your…
81: It Only Took Til 2019… To Remove USBs Without Ejecting Them
Apr 29 • 32 min
In this Episode: Dialect Survey - Flying Insect with Rear Light (1:30) Google's Parent Has a Plan to Eliminate Mosquitos (2:52) Sri Lanka Blocks Social Media Amid Bomb Attacks (5:40) Utah Bans Police From Searching Digital Data Without A Warrant (7:50)…
80: Facebook’s Gonna Steal Your Grandpa’s Pocket Watch
Apr 22 • 34 min
In this Episode: Facebook says it 'unintentionally uploaded' 1.5 million people's email contacts (1:13) Stratolaunch First Flight Video / World’s biggest airplane takes flight for the first time ever (3:20) We've been warned about AI and music for over 50…
79: A Black Hole… Or a Krispy Kreme Donut?
Apr 15 • 29 min
In this episode: The Event Horizon Telescope’s first black hole image, explained in 500 words Watch Samsung fold the crap out of the Galaxy Fold Amazon accused of abandoning 100% renewable energy goal Google’s Wing drones approved to make public…
78: Special Episode: Tech We Can’t Live Without
Apr 8 • 26 min
Adam’s Top 5: Apple Ecosystem Google Docs Slack Audible Podcast App Sanjay’s Top 5: Android Auto Entertainment (Harmony Remote / Roku / Tablo / Hulu / Netflix) Duck Duck Go Amazon Web Services Security (Bonsai Shredder / Private Internet Access / Authy /…
77: Thunderbirdin’ It Up
Apr 1 • 36 min
In This Episode: US computer science grads outperforming those in other key nations (2:05) How an 83-year-old found a new lease on life developing mobile apps (4:51) FTC Seeks to Examine the Privacy Practices of Broadband Providers (7:15) Google makes…
76: A Security Minded Soapbox
Mar 25 • 35 min
In this Episode: Google Stadia puts Xbox One, PlayStation 4 on notice Facebook Did Not Securely Store Passwords. Here’s What You Need to Know Deloitte Digital media trends survey, 13th edition NVIDIA’s AI Can Turn Doodles Into Landscape ‘Photos’ Crash…
75: Human Powered Jet… A Wingman
Mar 18 • 27 min
In this Episode: Philadelphia becomes first US city to ban 'cashless' stores, report says Myequifax.com has yet another security disaster A ‘Creepy’ Assignment: Pay Attention to What Strangers Reveal in Public Scientists Say They Can Recreate Living…
74: Marky Mark Zuckerberg
Mar 11 • 41 min
In this Episode: Your iPhone Has a Hidden List of Every Location You’ve Been Facebook exploit – Confirm website visitor identities Facebook might launch a cryptocurrency in the first half of 2019 Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg says he’ll reorient the company…
73: Parkour, Parkour!
Mar 4 • 34 min
In this Episode: Spotify is finally available in India (1:47) FTC creates new task force to investigate tech sector (3:30) Elon Musk has until March 11 to respond to SEC contempt motion (5:06) TikTok puts Facebook on notice with 1 billion downloads (7:36)…
72: Don’t Go Folding Phones & Chasing Waterfalls
Feb 25 • 37 min
In this Episode: Samsung’s foldable phone is the Galaxy Fold, available April 26th starting at $1,980 (2:45) TCL is working on a foldable phone that bends into a smartwatch (5:02) Google says Nest’s secret microphone was “never intended to be a secret”…
71: That’s a Complexifier
Feb 18 • 41 min
In this Episode: 17% Of Consumers Believe Personalized Ads Are Ethical Hacker Who Stole $5 Million By SIM Swapping Gets 10 Years in Prison (5:40) BIOHACKERS ENCODED MALWARE IN A STRAND OF DNA Microsoft will expand Xbox Live support to Nintendo Switch,…
70: World’s Largest Spreadsheet Collector… And Lint Psychos
Feb 11 • 36 min
In This Episode: Slack confidentially files to go public (3:23) Why Gimlet Sold to Spotify (7:13) Apple has banned Google from running internal iOS apps after certificate misuse (9:10) Google's new Chrome extension warns you about stolen passwords (11:17)…
69: The Great Playstation Fruit Heist
Feb 4 • 38 min
In this Episode: Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them (2:02) Apple left huge FaceTime privacy bug unaddressed for 6 days (5:46) Japanese government plans to hack into citizens' IoT devices (7:53) Report: Bill Gates promises to add…
68: Strap Your Phone to Your Head… It’s Gonna be a Bumpy Ride
Jan 28 • 34 min
In this episode: Hulu ups price for live-TV service, cuts basic package price (1:40) Google, Amazon, and Facebook spent record amounts lobbying the government (3:38) Amazon Starts Testing ‘Scout’ Delivery Robots Near Seattle (5:37) Hotel fires half its…
67: Steve Carell in Space Force! Just Take My Money, Netflix
Jan 21 • 45 min
In this episode: Netflix raises prices on all streaming plans in US (1:52) Netflix's price hike will boost your bill as much as $2 a month Government shutdown: TLS certificates not renewed, many websites are down (3:30) Jeff Bezos, World’s Richest Person,…
66: Robot Delivery Dogs… The End of Humanity!?
Jan 14 • 34 min
In this Episode: Facebook knows how to track you using the dust on your camera lens (2:00) CES 2019: The 2020 Harley-Davidson Livewire is up for preorder, and it's pricey (4:32) Toyota is developing fighter-jet inspired safety features for cars and wants…
65: Welcome to 2019… Sanjay’s Still Writing Checks?
Jan 7 • 33 min
In This Episode: Google wins U.S. approval for new radar-based motion sensor (2:36) Netflix pulls Hasan Minhaj episode critical of Saudi Arabia government (5:15) Netflix stops paying the ‘Apple tax’ on its $853M in annual iOS revenue (6:50) Bakkt scores…
64: Special Episode: Best of 2018
Dec 31, 2018 • 17 min
In this Episode: Mashable's Best Tech of 2018 Sponsored By:Ten Rocket: Plan, build, and launch your app with speed and confidence. The ten rocket team works in ten day sprints - because building an app doesn’t have to be frustrating. Prototype Prime:…
63: All Electric, No Problem
Dec 24, 2018 • 44 min
In This Episode: As Facebook Raised a Privacy Wall, It Carved an Opening for Tech Giants Not just Facebook: Twitter and Snapchat store unposted photos, too, and there's a specific reason Facebook Filed A Patent To Calculate Your Future Location This site…
62: Special Episode: Japanese Kit Kat Tasting
Dec 17, 2018 • 15 min
In this special episode, we taste test different flavored Kit Kats from east and west Japan. Sponsored By:Ten Rocket: Plan, build, and launch your app with speed and confidence. The ten rocket team works in ten day sprints - because building an app…
61: Why are they messing with bikes and scooters?…. Rocket packs!
Dec 10, 2018 • 41 min
In this Episode: Wearables get serious about heart rate (2:42) SpaceX reuses Falcon 9 rocket booster to launch record 64 satellites (5:37) Nine Companies will compete to help NASA astronauts return to the moon (7:40) Bitcoin drops 8% to kick off December…
60: Spending Bitcoin on an Alexa-Enabled Big Mouth Billy Bass
Dec 3, 2018 • 37 min
In this Episode: Ohio becomes first state to accept bitcoin for tax payments (5:40) Google Employees Protest Company Actions…Again (7:24) Apple Confirms T2 Chip Can Brick Macs After Third-Party Repairs (9:50) Supreme Court may let consumers sue Apple over…
59: Adam’s Dancing in the Nutcracker & Sanjay’s Bringing Us Apple Pie
Nov 26, 2018 • 8 min
In this (short) episode, we're sharing our favorite Thanksgiving foods and plans. Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate! Sponsored By:Ten Rocket: Plan, build, and launch your app with speed and confidence. The ten rocket team works in ten day sprints -…
58: Google is the Long Con
Nov 19, 2018 • 39 min
In this Episode: NYC and Arlington Va Win the Contest for Amazon’s Split East Coast Headquarters (2:22) Lime recalls some scooters due to fire concerns (4:02) Disney stock jumps after streaming service news (5:02) Apple’s new T2 security chip will prevent…
57: Special Edition: Best of Tech Recs
Nov 12, 2018 • 18 min
In this episode: Adam's Top 5 Tech Recs Todoist Circle by Disney Google Trips Quik App by Go Pro Ember Sanjay's Top 5 Tech Recs Tablo Signal Private Internet Access Data Blocker Belkin Conserve Power Socket Shannon's Top 3 Tech Recs Seconds Bird Scott's…
56: The J Stands for Pavarotti
Nov 5, 2018 • 30 min
In this Episode: IBM to acquire software company Red Hat for $34 billion (1:45) Google employees will walk out on Thursday to protest company’s handling of sexual misconduct (3:40) Bitcoin may cause catastrophic climate change by 2033, study warns (4:32)…
55: Facebook Loses Monthly Snickers Budget
Oct 29, 2018 • 36 min
In this Episode: Facebook investors co-sign plan to fire Mark Zuckerberg as chairman (1:34) Facebook gets maximum fine for the catastrophic Cambridge Analytica data breach (2:25) It turns out that Facebook could in fact use data collected from its Portal…
54: The Only Thing Scarier Than Terminator Robots….
Oct 22, 2018 • 37 min
In This Episode: Paul Allen, Co-founder Of Microsoft, Is Dead At 65 (2:00) Thoughts on Microsoft Joining OIN's Patent Non-Aggression Pact (3:23) Pro-privacy search engine DuckDuckGo hits 30M daily searches, up 50% in a year (5:05) Secret SEC investigation…
53: There’s Nothing Faster…. Except Light
Oct 15, 2018 • 34 min
In This Episode: No Cash Needed At This Cafe. Students Pay The Tab With Their Personal Data (2:34) Pushing the limits of streaming technology (4:13) Wealthy Americans have stepped up investment in New Zealand (6:12) New Zealand fines travelers who won’t…
52: It’s a Cool Idea…. ‘Til the AI Kills You
Oct 8, 2018 • 35 min
In This Episode: Elon Musk settles with SEC over fraud charge Facebook Hack Puts Thousands of Other Sites at Risk Make Sure MoviePass Didn't Reactivate Your Subscription The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate U.S. Companies Bird will…
51: Leafy Lettuce on the Blockchain
Oct 1, 2018 • 36 min
In This Episode: Apple delays original shows over mature content (1:24) YouTube is replacing textbooks in classrooms across America (4:33) Japan successfully lands robot rovers on an asteroid's surface (7:32) Lime Scooters Has Its Second Fatality in a…
50: Could Sanjay hack Adam’s Tesla?
Sep 24, 2018 • 36 min
In This Episode: IBM creates blockchain equivalent of the ‘Yellow Pages’ (2:24) AI deepfakes ‘have the potential to disrupt every facet of our society' (4:24) Ticketmaster recruits pros for secret scalper program (7:40) Washington State Electronic Notary…
49: Going to the Skating Rink? Wear Your LTE Necklace
Sep 17, 2018 • 37 min
In This Episode: This peanut sensor stops nuts getting in your mouth (2:27) Google's 'Touring Bird' Is a Traveler's Dream (5:50) Amazon will sell live Christmas trees this holiday season (7:50) Samsung's LTE-powered tracker will help you stop misplacing…
48: BONUS: Adam Guesses Meaning of New Merriam-Webster Dictionary Additions
Sep 12, 2018 • 8 min
In this bonus minisode, Adam guesses the meaning of 25 of the new words Merriam-Webster is adding to the dictionary in 2018. In this episode: 25 of the New Words Merriam-Webster Is Adding to the Dictionary in 2018
47: T-Pain Drives His Bugatti to Steak ‘N Shake (Allegedly)
Sep 10, 2018 • 45 min
In This Episode: Blood-Testing Firm Theranos to Dissolve (3:00) Amazon orders 20,000 vans to build delivery fleet (4:05) Yahoo email is still spying on you (6:51) Robinhood aims at IPO (8:12) Open-access plan could spell end to journal subscriptions…
46: Jimmy The Bachelor
Sep 3, 2018 • 33 min
In This Episode: Apple buys startup focused on lenses for AR glasses (2:14) 18% of US Students Now Own Cryptocurrency (4:00) Woman Uses Tinder To Prank Dozens Of Men Into Dating Contest (5:40) Bitcoin Mining Now Accounts for Almost 1% of the World's…
45: At 3 AM Every Echo Dot Plays Rick Astley
Aug 27, 2018 • 31 min
In This Episode: DeepMind AI Reduces Google Data Centre Cooling Bill by 40% (3:05) German Researchers Have Built a Quantum Transistor Using Just a Single Atom (5:01) Hackers can seize practically all your online accounts, and it's your voicemail's fault…
44: Healing Through Netflix
Aug 20, 2018 • 37 min
In this Episode: Pellion Technologies selling lithium-metal batteries (2:36) Common Wifi can detect weapons, bombs and chemicals in bags (4:55) Too Much Screen Time Harming Children’s Vision? (8:08) IBM-Maersk blockchain alliance cuts oceanic shipping…
43: $420 A Share… Snoop Dogg?
Aug 13, 2018 • 41 min
In this Episode: Testing finds flaws with car electronic car safety systems Tesla weighs taking company private, but no decisions made yet SEC looking into Tesla after Elon Musk's tweets, reports say German start-up trials solar car that can charge as you…
42: Wolf Pack of Scientists Will Never Create Warmongering AI
Aug 6, 2018 • 36 min
In this Episode: Apple hangs onto its historic $1 trillion market cap (2:15) Huawei wants to release the world's first foldable phone in 2019 before Samsung does (5:00) The London startup that solved one of the most annoying things about flying is now…
41: Internet Satellites are the Levi’s of the Space Rush
Jul 30, 2018 • 41 min
In This Episode: Uber Drivers Are Committing 'Vomit Fraud' (2:12) Google's new physical keys to secure your account (6:27) Miles gives you rewards for almost everything (8:47) “Waze of Parking” SpotAngels raises 2.3M (11:40) Google owns Duck.com, but…
40: Bond, James Bond(’s car)
Jul 23, 2018 • 48 min
In this episode: 12 new moons discovered around Jupiter (2:41) Blue Origin lands booster and crew capsule after test launch (4:00) Amazon is helping you find weird screws (6:40) Uber's next big thing is Lime scooters (8:42) California malls are sharing…
39: Special Edition: Recorded from Earth all about Space
Jul 16, 2018 • 26 min
In this episode: Building blocks of life found on Mars NASA aims to "touch the sun" with new probe Device Seeks Axions, Proposed Dark Matter Particles 1st Satellite Built to Harpoon Space Junk Begins Test Flight Boeing's Hypersonic Vision: Hit Mach 5…
38: (Season 3) I Don’t Run, I Only Walk
Jul 9, 2018 • 45 min
Welcome to Season 3! In this episode: Facebook gives up on building its own internet drone Bitcoin Bloodbath Nears Dot-Com Levels as Many Tokens Go to Zero Blockchain Voting Notches Another Success—This Time in Switzerland Google Duplex really works and…
37: Blockchain is the Answer for Everything
Jun 25, 2018 • 41 min
In this episode: Back on the air with Jamie Dupree 2.0 (1:47) The Damage from Atlanta’s Cyber Attack is even worse than the city first thought (4:12) Scientists Have Invented a Software That Can 'See' Several Minutes Into The Future (8:04) New technology…
36: Developers, Developers, Developers, Developers
Jun 11, 2018 • 40 min
In this episode: Weed killing robots (1:45) Blocking 500M users easier than following rules (4:22) Microsoft buys GitHub (7:00) Jeff Bezos talks moon colony plans (10:32) Airpods get live listen features (14:06) Ripple funding crypto research (17:06)…
35: Sending an E-mail on the E-mail
May 28, 2018 • 42 min
In this Episode: EFF Wins Over Podcasting Patent (2:18) Facebook to Create Its Own Crypto (4:07) ‘Almost Irresponsible’ to Not Invest in Bitcoin (6:17) New Variant on Spectre, Meltdown Security Flaws (12:00) Not So Pretty: E-Fail and the PGP Flaw (13:54)…
34: Ice Ice Baby Warms to Crypto
May 14, 2018 • 43 min
In this episode: Wall Street Warms to Crypto (2:43) MoviePass brings back movie-a-day subscription (5:01) Cambridge Analytica shuts down post Facebook scandal (8:43) Firefox is adding ads, because only insults are free (12:18) Self-driving minivan crashes…
33: Are Elon Musk and Bill Gates frenemies?
Apr 30, 2018 • 34 min
In this episode: Movie Pass is struggling (2:15) Netflix may buy a movie theater (2:42) Bill Gates is spying from space (3:50) Samsung's latest phone can't connect to the internet. On purpose. (5:39) Elon Musk pours 100M into Boring Company (7:43) Hackers…
32: Three Engineers are Saying…. That’s Steep!
Apr 16, 2018 • 52 min
In this episode: Theranos has laid off most of its remaining staff (1:43) ACE Submarine Cable Cut Impacts Ten Countries (4:56) Robots are not taking over, says head of UN body on autonomous weapons (9:37) California proposes new rules for self-driving…
31: (Season 2.5) Pay Homage to the Drone Overloards
Apr 2, 2018 • 37 min
In this episode: A cyber attack on Atlanta computers (2:48) Facebook is all kinds of out-of-whack (6:30) Russian court says Telegram must hand over encryption keys (10:45) Youtube is introducing your kids to conspiracy theories (13:30) HQ trivia lands…
30: 3D-Printing Robot Taxis Translate Invisible Sunglasses
Mar 19, 2018 • 40 min
In this episode: We are one step closer to robot world domination Flying taxis, worth your trip to New Zealand The SEC is formally charging the founder of Theranos with fraud Bose AR sunglasses Earbuds that translate language in real time The New - Weird…
29: Doctor Verified Internet Taxes Crypto Flying Doorbell
Mar 5, 2018 • 35 min
In this episode we talk about: Uber wants to get you to your doctor appointment That microchipped e-passport you've got? US border cops still can't verify the data in it Net Neutrality Legal Battle Officially Begins: What You Need To Know Are You a…
28: Unusable Electronics Puzzle Driving Crypto-Aliens with Criminal Passwords
Feb 19, 2018 • 42 min
In this episode we talk about: A script that renders useless the marketing snoop by your ISP Electronics that can self destruct Adam quizzes Sanjay about security products Uber and Lyft are trying to stop you from using your autonomous vehicle in cities…
27: (Season 2) Beaming Bitcoin Satellites Running Driverless
Feb 5, 2018 • 49 min
This is the start of our second year of podcasting - yay! In this episode we talk about: The semi-realization of a real life tractor/levitation beam. Lots of talk about Bitcoin from Stripe, Robinhood, and 50 Cent. A disco ball satellite revolving around…
26: Careening Phone Vulnerable Water Sun
Jan 22, 2018 • 42 min
In this episode we talk about: GM's driverless, steering wheel-less, and pedel-less autonomous vehicle. iOS is heading to be bigger than the worldwide movie market. iPhone will soon give you a choice between slowing down or risking an overheated phone.…
25: Cancer Checkout Computer Charity Compromise Trivia
Jan 8, 2018 • 40 min
In this episode we talk about: California recommending that you don't keep your smartphone anywhere near your body. Kroger is trying to innovate in the retail space to keep ahead of Amazon and Walmart. Google can now create a speaking bot that is…
24: Magic Leap takes security seriously while scheduling meetings and drinking heated coffee
Dec 25, 2017 • 33 min
In this episode: Magic Leap: Founder of Secretive Start-Up Unveils Mixed-Reality Goggles This crazy new system can detect motion anywhere in your home using nothing but Wi-Fi REVIEW: Nest's new $499 home security system is simple to install and made me…
23: Cryptocurrency Kittens Spying Artificial Meetings
Dec 11, 2017 • 41 min
In this episode we talk about: Five cryptocurrencies that are on the rise A game of virtual kittens that is crushing Ethereum How blockchain will impact society outside of cryptocurrencies Google spying on Android users even when you opt-out Google's AI…
22: Neutral giant batteries not $88 per month
Nov 27, 2017 • 20 min
In this episode we talk about: The Uber hack that lost 57M people's data The removal of Net Neutrality Tesla just built the world's largest battery The startup wanting to do braces for $88 per month Scientists have used cells as a recording device Plus…
21: Balloons Pop Scam Killers Flying Cartoons
Nov 13, 2017 • 40 min
In this episode we talk about: Balloons delivering Internet access in Puerto Rico Amazon is opening up pop-up stores in Whole Foods AI wasting email scammer's time AI researchers want to ban killer robots Uber plans to launch flying cars in Los Angeles by…
20: Browser Krack Phone Clear Power
Oct 30, 2017 • 18 min
In this episode we talk about: How you're (unwittingly) helping people make money on your computer How all your wifi is now vulnerable and what it means for you A new technology that can ruin pictures and videos made from a smartphone See through solar…
19: Postal Gigs Amazon Forest Chat Corner Spies Default
Oct 16, 2017 • 38 min
In this episode we talk about: The US Postal Service employing autonomous vehicles How you can help make detailed 3D driving maps and get paid Amazon launching a delivery service, delivering to your trunk or in your house, and trying to get the .amazon…
18: Amish Broadband Drones Skynet Malware Furniture Food
Oct 2, 2017 • 41 min
In this episode we talk about: The Amish using computers The FCC reclassifying broadband - and surprise, everyone has broadband now! Origami drones, drone taxis, and shooting down drones with lasers Super accurate GPS chips Intel is making chips that…
17: Escaping Electric Breach Suing Bluetooth Matrix Recycling
Sep 18, 2017 • 50 min
In this episode we talk about: Tesla unlocking vehicle range ahead of hurricane Irma China is focusing on only electric vehicles being sold there from 2030 Europe following suit and requiring new and remodeled homes in 2019 and beyond to have electric…
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Sep 5, 2017 • 38 min
In this episode we talk about: How the Docx Games are ruining the youth of the world Initial Coin Offerings burger King (Russia) gets into the crypto-currency craze Sonos cares more about their revenue than your privacy The DOJ backs down from their…
15: Bus Parents Rock Bitcoin Users Recharging Audio Bot Movies
Aug 21, 2017 • 40 min
In this episode we talk about: A sleep pod bus for long distance travel How new babies can have three parents instead of two A robotic "crib" that keeps you from getting out of bed Bitcoin's meteoric rise in value Dreamhost fighting back against a DOJ…
14: Kabbage Robots Paint Fork Pineapple Podcast Shame Treasure Planets
Aug 7, 2017 • 37 min
In this episode we talk about: Softbank pours $250m into Atlanta startup Kabbage iRobot's plans to not sell your house data to others Microsoft is killing off and then not killing off Paint Bitcoin is not forking and then did fork - what the heck does…
13: Space Terror Drones Fake Drowning Umbrella Startup Cops
Jul 24, 2017 • 31 min
Sponsored By:Prototype Prime: Prototype Prime is an incubator focused on early-stage hardware and software startups. We’ve got a design and development lab where hardware teams can utilize our 3D printers and our electronics manufacturing capabilities. In…
12: Uber Tipping Drones Fight Bluetooth Fidget Spinners While Google Buys AI
Jul 10, 2017 • 28 min
In this episode we talk about: Uber Driver Tipping This startup helps Uber drivers make extra cash by selling random stuff in their cars Drone fight club pits two quadcopters against one another for aerial supremacy Now there's a Bluetooth fidget spinner…
11: Bitcoin Fusion Robots use Firefox for Typing Fired Letters to Facebook
Jun 26, 2017 • 47 min
In this episode we talk about: China trying out crypto-currency in mock transactions NASA funding experimental fusion rocket technology A robot that is going to try to "guard" the Georgia Aquarium Firefox now does real multi-threading - which is a great…
10: Camera Card Phones See Driving Spying Furniture Zombies
Jun 12, 2017 • 32 min
In this episode we talk about: AI that makes your camera do all the things you can't make it do A dynamic card to rule all your credit cards, etc. A phone that is only a phone A phone that is the next generation of phone Warby Parker lays out the facts on…
9: Omni Vault Secret Lottery Retirement Eyes Parking Productivity
May 29, 2017 • 31 min
In this episode we talk about: Tires that make parking a joy Doomsday vaults that fail before doomsday events Senators can now Signal it up Save money and play a lottery for free, kind of Diversify your retirement investments with Bitcoins - not for the…
8: Cannibals Compromise Privacy Investments in Blue Bashing Lanterns
May 15, 2017 • 37 min
Sponsored By:Prototype Prime: Prototype Prime is an incubator focused on early-stage hardware and software startups. We’ve got a design and development lab where hardware teams can utilize our 3D printers and our electronics manufacturing capabilities. In…
7: Drinking Bags of Juice with Square Engineers in Apple’s Self Driving Lexus
May 1, 2017 • 31 min
In this episode we talk about: Delta offering a lot of money for you to give up your seat Disney's room filling power that auto charges phones Samsung Galaxy S8 Square getting Yik Yaks engineers Apple's self-driving cars Plastc got $9 million and vanished…
6: Bots Scream while Driving Internet Water Whoppers to Television Safety (aka Return of the Jedi)
Apr 17, 2017 • 35 min
In this episode we talk about: The impending bot army invasion Thrill rides that make sure you get scared How to get in and out of SunTrust park quickly Pressuring countries to stop shutting off the Internet Getting water from the air Burger King hacking…
5: Awarded Farmers Lose Password Privacy to Psychos Drinking Coffee Noisly (aka The Empire Strikes Back)
Apr 3, 2017 • 40 min
In this episode we talk about: Mark DiCristina at MailChimp scoring an award Farmers hacking their tractors LastPass (possibly) losing control of your passwords Congress voting to allow ISPs to sell your data without your consent CES gadgets that Adam now…
4: Internet Typos from Unicorns who Spy on Cargo Ships from Austin aka A New Hope
Mar 20, 2017 • 33 min
NOTE: The first story in this podcast makes fleeting mentions of things that aren't necessarily appropriate for children. Use your own discretion. In this episode we talk about: Georgia HB 509 taking down the Internet with a typo how startup unicorns are…
3: Autonomous (Uber) Underwater Fake Planets
Mar 6, 2017 • 32 min
Four(ish) stories (and a couple of tech product/service recommendations) for your listening pleasure. We cover autonomous big rigs (and why Sanjay has dumped Uber), underwater data centers, the house of cards of a startup, and the location of the…
2: February 21, 2017
Feb 21, 2017 • 29 min
MailChimp and Home Depot earn spots in Fast Company's list of most innovative companies Greenlight helps control your kid's (or maybe your spouse's!) spending - greenlightcard.com A hardware level chip flaw leaves us all vulnerable to hacks - wired.com…
1: The beginning (kind of)…
Feb 7, 2017 • 22 min
Prototype Prime - http://www.prototypeprime.com EFF event registration - http://bit.ly/2jYZ5xL Snap is going public Engage.vc Superbowl (if you stopped watching at half-time, we were totally right in our prediction)