Rescue beacons with Gordo, Frank Howell K4FMH talks about the Homebrew Heroes Award, the 13 Colonies special event station results with Don, a custom radio installation in George's truck, chatroom questions with Amanda and more!
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This Week in Google 517: ...And His Last Name was Higginbotham
This Week's Stories TikToK Takes Over VidCon Google, Apple, Amazon, and Facebook vs Congress over anti-trust, censorship, data tracking Elon Musk Wants to sew wires into your brain FaceApp gives Russian your pictures Facebook Fined $5 Billion - is the biggest FTC fine ever big enough? Facebook and Congress wrangle over Libra cryptocurrency Baby Google New Twitter style The influencers are taking over business Prime Day was huge Most of the Google walkout organizers have left Yes, Google is listening when you say OK Google Neilsen wants to track podcasts Picks of the Week Jeff's Number: Google made 3200 changes to search last year Stacey's Thing: Wyze Bulbs Leo's Tool: Firefox + Startpage
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FLOSS Weekly 538: Leo Laporte
Randal Schwartz and Jonathan Bennett talk to Leo Laporte about FLOSS's history and the TWiT Network.
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Windows Weekly 630: The Cat Came Back
In honor of Paul 'emoji hater' Thurrott travelling, it's WORLD EMOJI DAY! Inside the Microsoft emoji design studio Windows 10 updates Microsoft is starting to automatically push Windows 10 1903 to Home, Pro users on 1803 or older via Win Update The second 19H2 build is out with new features (which no one can test right now) Surface Book 2s are blocked from getting 1903 (it makes the GPU "vanish") Chredge: Now ready for enterprise testers Microsoft is encouraging IT pros to start kicking the Chredge tires We now have an updated enterprise roadmap listing which features are coming when But we still don't have a date for GA or even the Beta channel Partners: More Inspired (or tired)? Crisis averted: Microsoft undid those Internal Use Rights changes that had so many up in arms last week But questions remain: When and how will Microsoft try to "fix" this situation again. Also, how did this fiasco happen in the first place? Related: Microsoft does a holoportation demo live at Inspire (and it worked!) Related: Azure Lighthouse – what is this thing? Meanwhile, back at the Office... Microsoft has more AI tricks up its sleeve with Cortana reminders - heads up emails Teams is now at 13 million daily active users. Is that a lot? Skype is going to lose its SMS Connect feature at the end of August Xbox news Microsoft Finds the Tipping Point for the All Digital Xbox One New Xbox Game Pass titles Tomorrow is MS Q4 earnings: Any predictions?
Tips and picks Tip of the week: Surface Code Name – Serenity Enterprise pick of the week: Rust Rumor pick of the week: Microsoft buys Adobe Beer pick of the week: x
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All About Android 429: People Are Gonna People
Android Q will launch with limited gesture support for third party launchers. Google employees listen to a small sampling of Assistant queries to improve the algorithm. JBL Link Bar is finally released, bringing Android TV to a soundbar. Sling's new AirTV Mini brings Android TV to the dongle form factor. Google Translate gets better with auto-detection of language using the camera. Amazon and Google finally make good on bringing Prime Video and YouTube together. Qualcomm updates the Snapdragon 855+ that will make its way into the Note 10. Read our show notes
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