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Episodes

TNT 1653: I Hate Fast Flux  

A massive cybercrime cloud-hosting network called Avalanche was dismantled, with raids in five countries following a four-year investigation.

Facebook is reportedly in talks with publishers about a new feature called Collections that would bring curated content into the news feed. The feature would be separate from what your friends share, so as to pop some of your filter bubble, and could help to crack down on fake news.

Cyanogen Inc is undergoing significant changes by shuttering its Seattle office and moving some of its employees to Palo Alto. Cyanogen also confirmed that co-founder Steve Kondik, who also originally created the CyanogenMod ROM for Android, is no longer with the company.

The Human Sized Atlas Robot from Boston Dynamics just achieved a new skill -- moving quickly on uneven rough terrain. The movement is very slow at the moment, but since it's based on an algorithm, roboticists could potentially speed it up so Atlas could travel more speedily off road.

The newly announced Nikola One long haul semi is packing a zero-emissions hydrogen fuel cell with an operational range of up to 1200 miles on a charge. Nikola is beginning construction of 364 hydrogen fueling stations across North America that all hydrogen-powered vehicles can use starting in late 2019.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Sami Main

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TNT 1652: One Mod at a Time  

Sources at The Information say that troubled smart watch maker Pebble might soon be acquired by FitBit for somewhere between 34 and 40 million dollars.

Shakil Barkat, head of global product development for Motorola, says that Lenovo Motorola isn't planning on releasing a new Motorola 360 smartwatch anytime soon.

A differentiator of the Moto Z line of smartphones is the ability to snap add-ons called Moto Mods to the phone, bringing new functionality to the phone. Motorola says there might be a Project Tango module soon.

The Verge says to expect new Nokia headsets in 2017, and they'll be running Android.

Mark Gurman and Alan Levin at Bloomberg have the scoop that Apple is assembling a robotics and data analysis team to utilize drones for outdoor mapping.

App and stuff search engine Product Hunt was just acquired by AngelList a company dedicated to helping startups with fundraising and recruiting.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

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TNT 1651: License to Jam  

Netflix is bringing offline playback capability to most movies and TV shows on the service for users of the iOS or Android app. Amazon announced AWS Snowmobile, an 18 wheeler capable of securely delivering exabytes of data.

Comma.ai, the self driving startup founded by George Hotz, unveiled the Comma Neo, an open source robotics research platform aimed at makers who want to convert their own vehicles into self driving cars.

Security researchers say that more than one million accounts have been breached by Gooligan, Android malware designed to infect older devices to steal authentication tokens for Google apps and services.

G Suite, Google's rebranded Apps suite for business, introduced a new app development tool called App Maker that allows organizations to create custom apps tailored to their specific needs easily.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

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TNT 1650: It All Comes Out in the Wash  

The UK's Snooper's Charter will officially pass into law in 2017, requiring web and phone companies to store customers' Internet Connection Records for a year. It officially received the Royal Assent from the Queen.

Facebook is adding Instant Games to its Messenger service, 17 games built on the HTML5 standard. The games are a mixture of old school classics, along with new titles from studios like Zynga and King.

As early as the first quarter of next year you might be able to buy an Amazon Echo with a touch screen on it. Sources at Bloomberg say the device will have updated speakers and a tilt-able 7-inch screen.

A case in the European Court of Justice is challenging how Uber operates within the market, seeking to determine whether Uber is in fact a transportation company and thereby beholden to national rules around transport, or a technology company that simply acts as an intermediary, connecting drivers with passengers.

Electrolux is introducing a new service that's like AirBNB, but for washing clothes.

Stephen Hackett from 512pixels dives into his vast collection of Apple products and compares them against the same products found inside Apple's new $300 coffee table book.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Stephen Hackett

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TNT 1649: You Hacked  

Adobe has been tracking e-commerce transactions for the holiday season and says Black Friday set sales records with around $3.34 billion spent. That's 21.6 percent more than last year.

Riders on San Francisco's public transportation system known as MUNI were met with free rides over the weekend as the result of a crypto-ransomware attack on the system.

AT&T & Sling TV release details for competitive streaming services.

Backchannel says Otto violated Nevada's autonomous vehicle regulations which led to their purchase by Uber for $680 million dollars.

Sarah Scoles, writer from Wired Science, talks about the potential problems with the SETI project started by Russian billionaire Yuri Milner, physicist Stephen Hawking, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called Breakthrough Listen.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Sarah Scoles

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TNT 1648: Edible Fibonacci  

Pilots for Amazon.com Inc.'s new in-house transportation network took to the picket line this week over an ongoing labor dispute involving increased demand and staffing shortages. ABX Air, which also flies for DHL, says 26 flights & 1.25 million pounds of cargo is currently grounded with no pilots crossing the picket line.

Google's brand identity problems continue, as Google decided to switch its Google Cast branding back to Chromecast, after having already switched away from the Chromecast branding earlier this year. Supported devices will now show that the product has "Chromecast built-in."

The New York Times says that Facebook built a tool that will allow them to monitor and suppress posts based on location, and they're doing this to get into China. The tool has been a secret, but some Facebook employees have already left the company in protest. This would be a pragmatic move on Zuckerberg's part, and he obviously wants to get into China at any cost.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued voluntary guidelines to smartphone manufacturers to push them towards implementing a "driver mode" into devices, preventing certain apps from running and blocking video playback, among other things, while the car is in motion.

Security researchers say there's a new way to spy on you, through your headphones. Shown with new proof of concept code called Speaker, which can exploit the audio-jack re-tasking function of RealTek codecs. An attacker can then swap the headphone jack for the microphone jack, resulting in an open mic that is ripe for surveillance.

Fred Lambert from Electrek discusses how Tesla finalized its acquisition of SolarCity and wasted no time showing off the fruits of its labor by powering the small island of Ta'u entirely off of solar energy.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Fred Lambert

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TNT 1647: Apple's Touchbar Doomed  

The messaging service Telegram is heading into the publishing world with a new platform called Telegraph that doesn't require an account in order to publish to the web.

According to YouTuber EverythingApplePro, a certain MP4 video, when played in Safari, will slow down your iPhone, iPad, or your iPod Touch, and then cause it to crash.

Geofeedia is making big changes after it was discovered that its social media monitoring was being used by police for tracking people and activity.

On June 28th, Facebook announced the successful test flight of its Aquila drone over the Arizona desert. Now Bloomberg says the National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash of that drone on the same "successful test flight" due to a structural failure.

Geoffrey Fowler from The Wall Street Journal talks DJI drones, GoPro cameras, old iPhones, and other holiday gifts.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Geoffrey Fowler

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TNT 1646: The Donut Button  

Oracle just announced that it has acquired DNS provider Dyn for a reported sum of over $600 million dollars, according to Fortune. Dyn, you might remember, is the internet traffic company that suffered the massive distributed denial of service attack in October that brought down a large part of the Internet.

Sources to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg are saying that Apple has given up on its wireless router business as it aims to refocus on its biggest revenue drivers. Its AirPort series of routers saw regular upgrades in years past but hasn't been updated since 2013.

Apple says they'll replace the faulty battery in your iPhone 6s, or at least some of them. Apple will replace models manufactured between September and October of last year that suddenly quit without warning, when they should have had enough battery to last several more hours.

Amazon is working hard to make its video offerings more appealing to Prime subscribers. The Wall Street Journal says that the company is pursuing deals to get major live sporting events on the service, with talks underway with the NBA, MLB, and NFL.

Instagram is launching a few new features today in what the company's director of product calls "A pivot." Talking to TechCrunch, the Instagram rep said the company wants to be part of all your moments, not just your highlights.

Eric Newcomer from Bloomberg discusses the many challenges of food delivery startups online, and Munchery's transition to a new CEO.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Eric Newcomer

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TNT 1645: Apple Cures Touch Disease  

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will begin to sell its cars on Amazon in Italy where the Panda is the company's biggest selling car. FCA will be offering a sweetened deal to online buyers, and is targeting those who might be adventurous enough to buy their cars online.

Many 2014 iPhone 6 and 6 pluses have been suffering from what the internet has dubbed "Touch Disease," which has symptoms of flashing grey bars, flickering screens and failing touch screens. Now Apple announced it will fix the problem, for the low low price of $150.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled solar roof tiles a few weeks ago, making the claim that the high-efficiency solar cell glass tiles would be priced competitively, once energy savings is factored in. But after a shareholder meeting this week, Musk stated his confidence in those solar tiles actually costing less than a traditional roof, even before any energy production savings are factored in.

Tesla is aiming to begin installations by Summer 2017. A new report from the Center on American Progress says autonomous cars could reduce the environmental impact of driving, or it could increase. We need more research on efficiency, potential miles traveled, and impact on congestion before we start spreading the word that self-driving cars will solve all of our problems. A lot of that will depend on whether or not those robot cars are electric.

The $30,000 electric Chevy Bolt was supposed to come out nationwide this Fall, but GM now says the Bolt (not to be confused with the Hybrid Volt, with a V) will roll out slowly in 2017. The car will come out only in Oregon and California at the very end of 2016.

Nabanita De talks FiB, a new Chrome extension that she and other students created at the Princeton Hackathon in 36 hours that might help Facebook fix its fake news problem.Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica talks about Google Earth on the HTC Vive, and playing the new game Watch Dogs 2, about hackers in San Francisco.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guests: Nabanita De and Sam Machkovech

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TNT 1644: The Party's Over  

Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss how iCloud backups include a user's call history, with no controls to limit them from being backed up. AirBnB is launching Experiences to allow hosts to become experts of their area, and make some money in the process. The Anti-Defamation League published recommendations for how social networks should address the rising problem of harassment. The Raspberry Pi Zero can be used as a dongle that seizes control over a locked and password-protected computer, with free software called PoisonTap. Mozilla launched a new privacy focused browser app for iOS called Firefox Focus. Technology advances are furthering the likelihood that even more jobs will be automated, putting many workers out of work. Is the Surface Book a worthy option for MacBook Pro users who are thinking about jumping ship? Finally, the mannequin challenge is the new Harlem Shake.

Matt McFarland from CNN discusses how the proliferation and advancement of technology will hinder President-elect Donald Trump's ambitions of bringing jobs back from overseas.Michael Fisher, aka MrMobile, talks about his time spent with the Microsoft Surface Book.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guests: Matt McFarland and Michael Fisher

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TNT 1643: The Love Bot  

Facebook took a closer look at its ad metrics and found four more instances of miscalculation, including double-counting repeat visitors for Facebook pages and overstating time spent reading Instant Articles.

Microsoft announced that it has joined the Linux foundation as a Platinum member, a big turnaround from the time when Steve Ballmer called Linux a cancer.

Google released a new VR version of Google Earth, free for HTC Vive users. In it, virtual tourists can explore a large number of destinations across the globe, including important historical sites and cultural treasures, as well as enjoy virtual guided tours of supported areas.

Our newest robot overlord from the sky is Domino's Pizza Drone. The drone company Flirtey is now officially delivering pizza orders to residents of Whangaparaoa, which is about 20 miles north of Auckland.

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a new rule that requires electric vehicles to produce audible noise during operation while traveling at speeds slower than 20mph. NHTSA did not specify what kind of noise should be emitted, however, leaving that decision up to manufacturers.

Father Robert Ballecer checks in from The LA Auto Show, and we talk about the Intel investment in self-driving cars.

Jason Howell unboxes the new $79 Daydream View VR for the Google Pixel.

Can humans and robots fall in love, through science? Lovotics wants to find out.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

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TNT 1642: The Good Kind of Cuckoo  

Microsoft is partnering with Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, and Y Combinator founder Sam Altman, all who run the nonprofit OpenAI. The organization, which was founded earlier this year, is on a mission is to protect humanity from our robot overlords by making them be our slaves, and not the other way around. Mark Gurman from Bloomberg says that, behind closed doors, Apple is working on some smart spectacles of their own. Apple's glasses will wirelessly connect to your smartphone, and may not come out until 2018, if at all. Google released a new standalone app for Android and iOS called PhotoScan. The app is designed to help users take those polaroids and printed photos taking up space in the attic, and digitize them with the smartphone camera, while removing things like glare and reflection. Security research firm Kryptowire has discovered pre-installed spyware on 120,000 Android phones that slurps up personally identifiable information, including text messages, contacts, IP addresses, and more. What's worse is that all of that information gets sent to a Chinese company called Adups. Also, Wifi is more important than sex.

Mikey Campbell, Senior Editor at Apple Insider, talks about the Phantom 4 Pro and the other newest UAV's from DJI. Katie Benner, Reporter at The New York Times, tells us about Twitter's new anti-harrassment tools, and whether they're enough to stem the tide of hate on the social network.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guests: Mikey Campbell and Katie Benner

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TNT 1641: First-Mac Problems  

Members of Facebook's engineering staff disagree with CEO Mark Zuckerberg's stance that false news on the network did not have an impact on last week's election. They are reportedly forming an unofficial task force within the company, meeting in secret to formalize a list of recommendations to offer up to senior management to improve the situation. The FBI has contracted with data analytics firm Dataminr to get full access to Twitter's firehose. Google is releasing an update to Google Play Music that brings an entirely new look, along with location tracking, to offer up different playlists based on user location, time of day, and previous listening patterns. The new app will also automatically cache music that's listened to for offline listening. The adult dating websites AdultFriendFinder, Cams.com, and Penthouse have been hacked, revealing personal details from the accounts of more than 400 million users. That's the largest known breach of personal data this year. According to LeakedSource.com, the stash of data includes 15 million email addresses connected to deleted accounts. Finally, the Matrix PowerWatch is a fitness tracking smartwatch that's currently up for pre-order on Indiegogo and reportedly uses body heat to charge the battery while the user wears it.

Rene Ritchie from MacBreak Weekly tells us who needs the new MacBook Pros, and who does not.Sam Abuelsamid from Navigant Research talks about Samsung's purchase of Harman.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guests: Rene Ritchie and Sam Abuelsamid

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TNT 1640: Death by Facebook  

Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss how Carnegie Mellon University researchers developed glasses that are proven to be nearly perfect at tricking facial recognition systems. Facebook says it will no longer allow advertisers to limit the reach of their housing, employment, or credit-related ads to what the company calls a user’s “ethnic affinity.” HTC announced the TPCAST wireless peripheral for the Vive that allows users to cast the cables aside with no noticeable latency, and a 1.5 hour battery. The Spotify app for Mac, Windows, and Linux is writing junk data to drives, reaching up to 10 gigs of space in some cases. The NES Classic is every bit as great as retro-gamers could hope for. The GoPro Karma was doomed from the start, and GoPro is doing the right thing with its recall. Finally, Facebook falsely reported many of its users as dead.

Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica takes a close look inside the NES Classic edition, as well as appreciating the art that was found in NES game manuals.Ben Popper from The Verge discusses why GoPro probably should have known better with its release of the Karma drone.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guests: Sam Machkovech and Ben Popper

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TNT 1639: Everybody's Got Their Thing For Their Face  

Facebook VP of product management Adam Mosseri told TechCrunch that it takes gaming of the system seriously, and is investigating ways to better detect misinformation.

President Elect Donald Trump appears to be good for the stock market as whole, but not so good for tech stocks.

If you're having trouble seeing the world thru rose-colored glasses, you're in luck. You can now buy Spectacles from the newly renamed Snap, makers of Snapchat. The Spectacles are making an auspicious debut in giant yellow vending machines called Snapbots.

The Oculus Rift is getting some important updates, the first of which will improve the fluidity of animations running at half the normal frame rate, a feature called Asynchronous Spacewarp that was first announced last month at Oculus Connect.

Google now defends its open source OS by comparing it against Apple and Microsoft, showing how on each of those mobile platforms, the majority of pre-installed apps and services are provided by the company behind the hardware.

And Yellow Jacket is a smartphone case that doubles as a stun gun.

Nathan Olivares-Giles from the Wall Street Journal reviews the $79 DayDream mobile VR headset with a controller.Kyle Wiens from iFixit tells us how easy it is to repair the new MacBook Pros.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guests: Nathan Olivarez-Giles and Kyle Wiens

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TNT 1638: The Day the Data Died  

VoteCastr failed in helping to redefine how early polling predictions are executed. Twitter loses COO Adam Bain as it seeks to restructure the company and make it more profitable. The Android Compatibility Definition Papers for Android Nougat hint strongly that OEMs should adhere closely to the USB-C spec for fast charging. A new test version of Windows 10 will include a virtual trackpad for tablet users. Sony's PlayStation Vue over-the-top streaming service loses its partnership with Viacom, and by extension, a fifth of the networks featured on the service. Google’s DeepMind is learning to master the game of StarCraft 2. Google’s Map Maker tool is moving into the official Google Maps app early next year. MyVR aims to be your room for social interactions inside virtual reality. Finally, robots are really good at the Rubik's Cube.

John Gonzalez, co-founder of MyWebRoom, discusses the opportunity for developers to create new experiences for VR as the platform develops in its early stages.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: John Gonzalez

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TNT 1637: Web of Mistrust  

Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss a browser extension called Web of Trust Services that allows users to rate sites on trustworthiness and child safety for other users, and how it was found to be selling data it collected on its users to third parties. 9 to 5 Mac reports that Apple is not in the business of selling refurbished iPhones in its store. If you wondered why this is news, well, it's because they've never done it before. Samsung says sorry. GoPro just announced a recall of its $800 Karma drone. Project Wing, Alphabet’s Drone project, may be delivering Chipotle burritos to students, but it's not keeping them caffeinated. Sources to Bloomberg say that Starbucks Corporation was to become a partner in drone delivery of coffee, but Project Wing cancelled that arrangement, as well as putting a freeze on hiring and even going so far as to ask some of its staff to look for other jobs within the company. And Prisma, the Russian app that lets you turn photos and videos into art using deep learning, is now available in Facebook Live.

Mike Murphy, Reporter from Quartz, talks about Snap Spectacles and Snapchat world filters. Android will not get a fix for the Dirty Cow vulnerability this month.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Mike Murphy

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TNT 1636: Schweddy Bots  

Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss Tesco's major security attack that saw 20,000 customer accounts nearly drained in 24 hours. China passed a new cybersecurity law that strengthens censorship and makes it even more difficult for Internet companies to operate there. UK's privacy watchdog isn't satisfied with Facebook's WhatsApp data sharing policy, and Facebook has shut it down there for the time being. USB Condoms are data blockers that allow users to charge their phones in public places without the risk of data theft. Google search will showcase up-to-the-minute election results. Android Auto is now fully functional within the Android app, meaning even those without a supported head unit can use it. We take a quick look at MyVR, Big-I, sweating robots and Voter Suppression Trail. Finally, Big Mouth Billy Bass is put to good use with Alexa integration that makes it useful.

Tim Stevens from CNET joins to discuss how Android Auto is different on the phone versus the head unit. Kerry Davis from Engadget joins to show off a few stories that you may have missed, including Voter Suppression Trail.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guests: Tim Stevens and Kerry Davis

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TNT 1635: Android's Messaging Mess  

The US government just launched Code.gov, a new platform designed to improve access to the federal government’s custom-developed software. The NFL continues to experiment with digital distribution with its announcement of an exclusive deal with YouTube and Google to create a nine-part series looking at the “life in and around the NFL”. Apple has heard our dongle woes and they're dropping prices, at least until the end of the year. Samsung is recalling 2.8 million top-loading washing machines. And Adobe showed off a new unreleased tool at it’s MAX event called Project VoCo that actively synthesizes anyone’s voice, making someone say things they never actually said.

David Ruddock from Android Police talks about the RCS mirage and the mess that is Android messaging. Omar Gallage from The Austin American Statesman talks about his favorite positive tweets, memes, & hashtags from this year's election.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guests: David Ruddock and Omar Gallaga

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TNT 1634: VR Gets Real  

Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss GoPro’s poor performance in its third quarterly earnings call, and how important the holiday season is for the company. Huawei unveiled the Mate 9, a premium smartphone with a 5.9” full HD display, and Huawei’s own Kirin 960 processor, as well as the Huawei Fit fitness wearable. Dell showed off a "Surface Studio" like smart desk that its been working on for two years, designed for artists, engineers, architects, and scientific analysts. Netflix says that offline mode is coming to its mobile app at some point. Roborace and Charge unveiled a new all-electric truck that will be released in 2017, and is incredibly easy to assemble from scratch. Google Home is shipping to those who pre-ordered, and Selena Larson from CNN gives her review. Intel is working hard on Project Alloy to make sure that it’s involved in virtual reality from the start. Finally, Hue lightbulbs can be hacked by a drone flying a quarter of a mile away.

Selena Larson from CNN gives her full review and insight on her time spent living with Google Home.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Selena Larson

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