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Hang out with Chris and friends as they discuss a new take on life, tech, and open source.
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Is the Bitcoin Foundation about to collapse or is the situation a bit overblown? We’ll discuss. OnLive finally gets a shutdown date & John Oliver helps refocus the surveillance debate. Plus what we suspect is behind the elementary OS countdown clock!
Apple Watch reviews are hitting the web & we’ll give you a quick meta-roundup of the Internet’s opinion of Apple’s new wearable. Plus the Android App that truly saves battery life, Popcorn Time expands & more!
YouTube is preparing a monthly subscription service with no ads & other perks. But is the Internet ready to pay for YouTube content? Our panel is skeptical. LinkedIn buys Lynda & their plans leave us a bit creeped out. Plus why Samsung is teetering on the edge of something huge.
Google Wireless rumors are getting hot, with interesting details leaking out. Apple Watch outsells Android Wear in a day & the long-term reason Android Wear might be the better bet. Plus some good Bitcoin news & much more!
Microsoft suffers a few major set back today & one rather important win. We’ll break it all down and talk about the long-term impact. Plus Google and the EU get into a tussle & Ikea has the solution to your power hungry smart device.
In Microsoft’s attempt to capitalize on container excitement they be rushing to ship a subpar product. We’ll discuss the possible weakness of Windows Server’s Docker implementation. Plus new interesting details turned up by the Sony Hack, a tip of that hat to John Siracusa’s OS X reviews & more!
Chris and Noah argue over the practicality of IPv6 & if it will ever take off. Plus the big player that just got into Cyber security, Stingray’s big Baltimore outing & the big Google algorithm change this week.
The rumors around Google’s own wireless services are on fire, we speculate on Google’s possible path to world domination one mobile at a time. Plus the trouble with rooting your Galaxy device & why we’re trying to sell a MacBook Pro like its hot!
Google's has launched 'Project Fi', a new MVNO. We debate whether the merits of the service. Plus Iran exaggerations, a new cybersecurity bill, apple rejecting pebble, dropbox notes & more!
Down to the wire & nothing left to lose, we rebuild our live stream rig for the weekends big event & share the story of technical woes we’ve had to conquer. Plus the Comcast merger falls flat, no upgrades for Apple Watch & more!
Apple sells 61 million iPhones in a quarter, Uber announces a food delivery service & it looks like the Nexus 7 is officially dead! Plus the Steam Mod controversy gets swift action, your feedback & more!
Live commentary of Microsoft's Build 2015 conference, as they deploy applications on Docker & blow our minds with their new Linux desktop app! Plus Google Now just got better & Ubuntu goes back to the desktop!
Apple is reportedly attempting to kill free streaming music but the story stinks of a hit piece. GOG launches their steam competitor to the public & CoreOS ups the container game. Plus Chris reviews Hello’s Sense sleep tracking device. Can it unlock the secrets of a good sleep?
Oculus VR gets a ship date and we discuss the devices about to hit market. Reddit gets into creating its own content & the NSA brags about transcribing your phone calls. Plus replacing Plex with Kodi, the burdens of a hand model & much more!
A WordPress flaw in the wild is under attack & Microsoft releases more software for Linux. Plus a sneak peak at Google I/O & what new features might land in Android M.
Verizon has bought AOL in a big media push by the telco giant. Google’s self driving cars drive 1.7M miles & get in 11 wrecks… But there is a twist! Plus Ubuntu, GE & Microsoft team of for Network connect fridges & more!
Venom is claimed to be the new Heartbleed threatening datacenters around the world but is it legit? The new 4k Blu-Ray spec is revealed & the YotaPhone 2 with an E-ink display back is coming to a country near you!
Microsoft announces seven version of Windows 10, Google updates Fit with more features & Wolfram claims they can identify any picture, so we put it to the test! Plus Bill Nye the Science guy is also the Planetary Guy. We discuss his ambitious new Kickstarter.
Today after conquering the technical challenges monster that spent the night in the studio, Chris and the Mumble room reflect on life's larger tech woes.
Another major flaw in consumer routers needs patched ASAP, the tech of sending messages via tone comes to Chrome & Popcorn Hour lands in your web browser, but there's a major catch.
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