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The Mortal Kombat Konquest

Hinzugefügt: 14. April 2021

After launching in 1992, Mortal Kombat would spawn a massive franchise. It would also burn out the creators of the franchise and the company that spawned it would go out of business. And yet the...

Tech News: Nuclear Sabotage and Pizza Robots

Hinzugefügt: 13. April 2021

Iran reports that a cyber attack shut down the Natanz nuclear reactor. A former Facebook employee says that the company turned a blind eye to state-backed misinformation campaigns. And if you live...

The Komplicated Story of Midway Games

Hinzugefügt: 12. April 2021

The company that created Mortal Kombat has a complicated past that intertwines with lots of other companies. This is part one of the story of Midway. Learn more about your ad-choices at...

TechStuff Classic: The Secrets of Tor and the Deep Web

Hinzugefügt: 9. April 2021

What is Tor? What's the web under the web? What's really going on? We dish out the details. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Tech News: Questions For Facebook, No More Answers from Yahoo

Hinzugefügt: 8. April 2021

What's going on with the Facebook data breach that saw personal data from half a billion accounts compromised? Why are Signal app users upset? And why oh why is Yahoo Answers going away? Learn more...

Henry Ford and the Model T

Hinzugefügt: 7. April 2021

The Ford Motor Company and the Model T transformed America and the world. From 1908 to 1927, Ford would produce and sell more than 15 million Model T automobiles. This is the story of the Model T,...

Tech News: Apple Says AR Will Make You a Better Conversationalist

Hinzugefügt: 6. April 2021

Why does Apple CEO think augmented reality will make conversations better? Did Amazon terminate two employees illegally because they criticized the company? And Google addresses an old issue that...

The James Webb Space Telescope

Hinzugefügt: 5. April 2021

After several delays, we expect to launch the James Webb Space Telescope later this year. Where is it going, what is it looking for, and how did it lead to Jonathan getting a tattoo? Learn more...

The James Webb Space Telescope

Hinzugefügt: 5. April 2021

After several delays, we expect to launch the James Webb Space Telescope later this year. Where is it going, what is it looking for, and how did it lead to Jonathan getting a tattoo? Learn more...

TechStuff Classic: Biometrics: Digital Fingerprinting

Hinzugefügt: 2. April 2021

How has the Digital Age improved the centuries-old practice of fingerprinting? We explore the history of fingerprint tech and explain how modern scanners use optics, capacitance, heat and...

TechStuff Classic: Biometrics: Digital Fingerprinting

Hinzugefügt: 2. April 2021

How has the Digital Age improved the centuries-old practice of fingerprinting? We explore the history of fingerprint tech and explain how modern scanners use optics, capacitance, heat and...

Tech News: All News and No Fooling

Hinzugefügt: 1. April 2021

Tech journalists hate April Fools. Twitter is banning some accounts claiming to be Amazon employees. Is Google collecting 20 times more data about you than Apple? And much more! Learn more about...

Living on the Edge (Computing)

Hinzugefügt: 31. März 2021

What exactly is edge computing? Why is it important? We learn about edge computing, its relationship with cloud computing and the Internet of Things, and what we can expect in the future. Learn...

Living on the Edge (Computing)

Hinzugefügt: 31. März 2021

What exactly is edge computing? Why is it important? We learn about edge computing, its relationship with cloud computing and the Internet of Things, and what we can expect in the future. Learn...

Smart Talks with IBM and Malcolm Gladwell: How 5G, Edge Computing and AI are Transforming Industries

Hinzugefügt: 30. März 2021

As one of the nation’s largest wireless communication providers, over 120 million subscribers count on Verizon to stay connected, but we’re not just talking about phones. Today, Verizon and IBM are...

Planned Obsolescence and the Right to Repair

Hinzugefügt: 29. März 2021

Do companies really implement planned obsolescence to get you to buy more stuff? (Spoiler: yes). And do they really resist giving you the option to repair gadgets? (Spoiler: Also yes). Learn more...

Planned Obsolescence and the Right to Repair

Hinzugefügt: 29. März 2021

Do companies really implement planned obsolescence to get you to buy more stuff? (Spoiler: yes). And do they really resist giving you the option to repair gadgets? (Spoiler: Also yes). Learn more...

TechStuff Classic: How Ad Blockers Work

Hinzugefügt: 26. März 2021

Are ads on the Web a necessary annoyance? The creators of ad-blocking software don't think so. We dig into the history of browser extensions like AdBlock and explore the controversies around them....

TechStuff Classic: How Ad Blockers Work

Hinzugefügt: 26. März 2021

Are ads on the Web a necessary annoyance? The creators of ad-blocking software don't think so. We dig into the history of browser extensions like AdBlock and explore the controversies around them....

Smart Talks with IBM and Malcolm Gladwell: Using AI to Rethink the Way Work Gets Done

Hinzugefügt: 25. März 2021

With hybrid cloud and AI, businesses today can challenge the limits of how they put their data to work across the organization. In this episode of Smart Talks, Malcolm talks to Rob Thomas, SVP...