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This Week in Tech 652: We're All Out of Kidneys

Tech ads in the Superbowl. Elon Musk's Not-a-Flamethrower. Apple, Google, and Amazon quarterly results. What are Amazon's health plans? What game company will Microsoft buy next?

This Week in Tech 653: X Stands for Nothing

HomePod should have been delayed longer. Elon Musk's rollercoaster week: Falcon Heavy sends a Tesla to Mars just as Tesla has its worst quarter ever. iPhone boot code leaked online. Chrome will shame insecure websites. YouTube suspends Logan Paul for generally being a horrible human being. Rethinking Facebook and Google. T-Mobile warns of phone hacking scam. Uber settles with Waymo. ESPN's new streaming service will not show ESPN.

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This Week in Tech 641: The Tesla Zamboni

Tesla unveils a semi and a $200,000 Roadster. The first church of artificial intelligence. Apple delays the HomePod until 2018. Amazon is close to launching their cashierless store, and just paid a quarter of a million dollars for the rights to produce Lord of the Rings TV shows. Who is tracking you this Thanksgiving? TechShop goes Bankrupt.

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This Week in Tech 654: Bye, Bye Mr. Ajit Pai

News publishers violated copyright by embedding a tweet. Are video games to blame for the Florida school shooting? A drone causes a helicopter to crash. Are we seeing the end of Facebook? Apple isn't making as much money on the HomePod compared to other products. The controversial Snapchat update. What to expect from Mobile World Congress. An amazing $300M deal for a showrunner at Netflix, and more.

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This Week in Tech 651: Occupy Fiber

Elon Musk's great ideas: Tesla, SpaceX, flamethrowers. Apple HomePod arrives next week. Google Clips camera is not at all creepy, we swear. Nobody won the Lunar X Prize. Amazon Go officially opens. Montana, New York, AT&T, John Deere, and Burger King take up the Net Neutrality battle. Intel's Spectre patch is a garbage fire.

This Week in Tech 645: Not a Bright Guy

FCC cancels Net Neutrality and Ajit Pai mocks protesters. Apple's new iMac Pro costs a minimum of $4999 and goes up from there. Disney buys 21st Century Fox, gaining X-Men, Fantastic Four, and A New Hope, along with a 60% share of Hulu. Google cancels Tango as ARCore picks up steam. As public sentiment against it grows, even Facebook admits that Facebook is bad for you. Uber spies on everybody. Tweet storms made easy. Mirai botnet that took down huge swathes of the internet was built by college kids to cheat at Minecraft. Patreon apologizes. Secret Pentagon UFO program revealed.

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This Week in Tech 632: Smartest Dumb People in the World

Apple's new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X don't win over the TWiT panel. Will Google's Pixel 2? Facebook's election-rigging issues won't go away. Google appeals a record fine from the EU just as it gets a new pay discrimination suit here at home. Bodega is in the news for the first and only time. The cryptocurrency bubble starts to pop. Equifax is the security story that keeps on giving... your data away.

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This Week in Tech 635: Benji's Bag of Dongles

The guy who created the like button now says it's dangerously addictive. Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos says press doesn't understand how hard it is to prevent voter manipulation. Yahoo admits that hack perpetrated under Yahoo Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos impacted all 3 billion Yahoo users. Google heats up the home voice assistant war, but can it catch up with Alexa? And does Apple even have a chance as Siri turns 6? Google puts another stake in the headphone jack. Equifax gets a $7.5 million contract with the IRS. Kaspersky antivirus, the NSA, and the Russian government. Slashdot turns 20. AOL Instant Messenger is finally dead.

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This Week in Tech 631: This One's for Jerry

Apple will release the new iPhones on Tuesday. Thanks to leaks, we already know most of the details - does this spoil Apple's big day? Red Sox busted for using Apple Watch to steal signals from the Yankees. Moto X4 will be an Android One phone. Google may buy HTC. Equifax leaks 143 million records, wait more than a month to tell anyone. Facebook finally admits that Russians bought $100,000 worth of election ads. Solaris employees laid off from Oracle. Farewell, Jerry Pournelle.

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The Right Tech For You - What The Tech Ep. 377

This week on What The Tech Andrew Zarian is joined by Jon Prosser for a special Sunday edition. They discuss how many tech journalist get reviews wrong and the latest holiday tech trends.

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This Week in Tech 514: Enter My Candy Foyer

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Merlin Mann, Harry McCracken, Patrick Norton, and Dylan Tweney
Apple Music, Twitter turnovers, Reddit bans, OPM hack, and more.
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This Week in Tech 531: I Hate Unicorns

Host: Leo Laporte
'Steve Jobs' movie, AR expectation problems, Surface Book, Amazon as disruptor, and more.
Guests: Georgia Dow, Harry McCracken, and Robert Scoble
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Starting a Podcast

On The New Screen Savers, Leo Laporte and Nathan Olivarez-Giles talk with Erin from Hong Kong about what you need to know before starting a podcast.
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The New Screen Savers 125: Mind Your Tech Manners

On this week's episode of The New Screen Savers for Saturday, October 7, 2017:
- What is tech etiquette and how polite should you be using technology? Rafe Needleman joins Leo Laporte and Jason Snell to break it down.
- The new iPhone 8 and Apple Watches are out, but what's inside? Adam O'Camb from iFixit.com walks us through his teardown. We'll take a look at the Qi charging coil and more! Plus, can you fix it if the screen breaks?
- We'll go to a San Francisco Giants game to see how Intel is streaming games in Virtual Reality.
- Megan Morrone has the sixth edition of our very popular series on -
Digital Cleanse - getting your passwords in order.
- Jason and Leo answer your questions in Call for Help and the Mail Bag.

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TweakTown Weekly Podcast #16 - This Week in Tech

- GIGABYTE surprises us for this week's technology Podcast, unveiling a super-small, super power efficient GeForce GTX 970 GPU.

Musicals Are Branching Out into Podcasting

Musicals are the next big thing in Podcasts. But can such cost-intensive content thrive in the low-budget world of podcasting?

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This Week in Tech 553: Android Nutroll

Host: Leo Laporte
Leo Laporte, David Pogue, Mark Milian, and Nathan Olivarez-Giles discuss the big tech news stories of the week including President Obama's encryption speech at SXSW, AlphaGo leads 3-1 against Lee Se-dol, Apple announcement rumors, Android N preview highlights, and more...
Guests: Mark Milian, Nate Olivarez-Giles, and David Pogue
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This Week in Tech 625: Walking to the Bodega

Apple pays $506 million and €1.7 billion for patent infringements. Trump says that Apple will build 3 big plants in the US; Apple declines to comment. Apple kills the iPod Nano and Shuffle. Coders aren't happy about the new spaceship campus. Amazon, Alphabet, and Twitter stocks slide after earning reports, but Facebook is flying high. Your Roomba is NOT spying on you. Sweden leaks private info of all its citizens. Hackers crack safes, pwn voting machines, and inject code into mice at DEF CON. Flash is finally dying - in 2020. Everything you ever wanted to know about the upcoming Bitcoin split but were afraid to ask.

--Alex Will Wilhelm sleeps in Leo's parents' bedroom.
--Mike Murphy was NOT bought by Steve Job's widow this week.
--Steve Kovach can see the Empire State Building right now.

Hosted by Leo Laporte
Guests: Alex Wilhelm, Mike Murphy, Steve Kovach

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Check Out This Week In Tech (TWiT)!

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iOS 11 Supercharges Podcasts

Megan Morrone and Jason Snell discuss the changes coming to the podcast app and podcast analytics with iOS 11 whether you use the Apple podcast app, Overcast, Pocketcasts, or some other podcast app. So, in the future we'll know whether or not you want to watch podcasters talk about podcasting on a podcast.
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