DTNS 3221 – Apple Has Character Flaws

Twitter being streaming live local news broadcasts alongside its timeline. Will it work and will news coverage change to adapt to it? Plus reports of iOS 11’s interface crashing and researchers at MIT have developed a low powered high speed neural network chip. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang and Justin Robert Young. MP3Continue reading “DTNS 3221 – Apple Has Character Flaws”

DTNS 3220 – Security vs Convenience

IBM produced a study showing consumers value security over convenience. Is this a trend, and if so will this lead to greater demands on companies to secure their online services? Plus Qualcomm has released its X24 LTE Modem and Snapchat rolls out analytics tools for its biggest creators. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger ChangContinue reading “DTNS 3220 – Security vs Convenience”

DTNS 3219 – Blade Cuts Through PC Game Streaming

French company Blade hopes to up end the Gaming PC market with their cloud based remote gaming PC service. Does it live up to the hype? Plus ARM unveils its new processor designs for object detection and machine learning and Harvard and MIT are offering classes in AI ethics. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, RogerContinue reading “DTNS 3219 – Blade Cuts Through PC Game Streaming”

DTNS 3218 – Facebook: All the Kids Aren’t Doing It

With Apple revamping the iOS development cycle to focus more on quality control and reliability issues we examine the differences between Apple’s and Google’s approach to OS development. Plus the number of younger Facebook appears to be dropping and Uber is making six-hour breaks mandatory for drivers who’ve driven 12 hours straight. Starring Tom Merritt,Continue reading “DTNS 3218 – Facebook: All the Kids Aren’t Doing It”

DTNS 3217 – Self-Settling Lawsuit

Uber and Waymo have finally settled. So what can this real live corporate drama teach start-ups and their partner companies about navigating around the dangers of intellectual property? Plus Facebook is testing a downvote option on comments and how the Praying Mantis may be key to giving robots low-cost stereoscopic vision. Starring Sarah Lane, TomContinue reading “DTNS 3217 – Self-Settling Lawsuit”

DTNS 3216 – Paul Allen Shreds

The source code for iBoot a core component of iOS 9 was posted on GitHub. Apple issues a DMCA take-down notice. What are the implications for iPhone security? Police in China are testing sunglasses with built-in facial recognition technology in train stations. Amazon has added Whole Foods to its Prime Now delivery service to residentsContinue reading “DTNS 3216 – Paul Allen Shreds”

DTNS 3215 – You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yeti

High-resolution audio raised its profile at CES 2018, but what exactly is it and is it helping to spur new interest in the audiophile lifestyle? Plus Google is planning a streaming gaming service called Project Yeti and Deepfake videos get the ban hammer from PornHub and Twitter. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang andContinue reading “DTNS 3215 – You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yeti”

DTNS 3214 – Google Promises a Chicken in Every Phone

In light of Apple’s decision to pull the Telegram app we talk with Brett Rounsaville about his experience developing for the App Store. Plus we examine all the Home Pod reviews and a French court has ruled that drivers are not allowed to touch their smartphones unless parked in designated spot with the engine off.Continue reading “DTNS 3214 – Google Promises a Chicken in Every Phone”

DTNS 3213 – Tech Creator’s Remorse

A group of former Google and Facebook employees have banded together to fight what they see are the ill effects of technology on the human condition. Will this put them at odds with their former employers and industry they helped build? Plus Apple, Cisco and Allianz are teaming up to offer cyber insurance to businessContinue reading “DTNS 3213 – Tech Creator’s Remorse”

DTNS 3211 – Alphabet Has Problems with Numbers

Google and 3M have joined the Universal Stylus Initiative. Will this herald a new age of stylus interchangeability between hardware vendors? Plus eBay will end use of PayPal as a back-end payment system in 2020 and YouTube TV is now available on select Roku devices. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang, and Justin RobertContinue reading “DTNS 3211 – Alphabet Has Problems with Numbers”