May 7th, 2018 | 58 mins 18 secs
amazon, azure, azure sphere, bionic beaver, breach, cambridge analytica, canonical, chromeos, cyber attack, cyber security, emerdata, equifax, eric lundgren, ftc, gaming, geek, geforce partnership program, gnome, google, gpp, linux, microsoft, npr, nvidia, open source, pocket casts, pocketcasts, prison, public radio, right to repair, shiny, shiny podcast, technology, this american life, twitter, ubuntu, ubuntu 18.04, void if removed, wbez, windows 10, windows 10 timeline, windows 10 update, wnyc
It's a whole truckload of news this week, as we document cosmic shifts in the technology universe. Microsoft has their own Linux and closes the WIndows department, native Linux Apps on ChromeOS, PocketCasts bought by public radio, a new Ubuntu and so much more!
December 10th, 2017 | 1 hr 20 mins
andreas antonopoulos, bitcoin, blockchain, breach, dell, dmca, drm, eff, electronic frontier foundation, ethereum, india, intel, intel me, internet, internet of money, linux, macos, management engine, netsec, nvidia, open source, open standards, opsec, root, security, system76, tech, technology, tesla, titan, uber, w3c
This week: the guys cover the degrading state of MacOS security, India sets the bar on open internet regulation, Tesla's Tractor Trailer, How Bitcoin and Ethereum differ and why blockchain technology is taking over everything. PLUS, we discuss why DRM has nothing to with copyright and how we just lost control of the web.