Tech Talk Today

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

126 episodes of Tech Talk Today since the first episode, which aired on April 7th, 2015.

  • Episode 261: The Launch

    February 19th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  20 mins 41 secs
    amazon go, apple 911 calls, broadcand satellites, elon musk, falcon heavy launch, google assitant, jupiter broadcasting, spacex, starlink, suvie kickstarter, talk talk today, tech news

    Elon Musk bet the future of SpaceX on the Falcon Heavy launch. On Thursday SpaceX launched a pair of prototype satellites intended to form the basis for Starlink, a constellation of satellites that are designed to beam broadband internet down to Earth.

    But it almost didn't happen.

  • Episode 262: Can We Get This Right?

    February 26th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  18 mins 23 secs
    1password, advanced unlocking and extraction services, apple, cellebrite, google cloud, linux, macos, mobile world congress 2018, moltenvk, pwned passwords, scale16x, southern california linux expo, tech news podcast, tech talk today, vulkan

    If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. And that's just what we've been doing for the last five years, and we still haven't gotten it right. The big adventure is just 10 days away, and this time we're going in with a plan.

  • Episode 263: Amazon's Plan for World Domination

    March 1st, 2018  |  Season 1  |  16 mins 52 secs
    adt, amazon, drones for space, google hangouts chat, ipo, ring, slack, spotify, tech news podcast, tech talk today, youtube revenue

    Amazon's purchase of Ring reveals their deeper ambitious intentions for your home. And it goes way beyond package delivery.

  • Episode 264: Parking Lot Podcaster

    March 5th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  9 mins 50 secs
    california, chris fisher, chrome, eugene, google, news podcast, oregon, pasadena, road trip, rv, scale 16x, telegram outage

    My first check-in from the road to SCALE, some quick headlines, and the start to the big adventure.

  • Episode 265: The California Shakes

    March 7th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  12 mins 46 secs
    android p, linux conference, nexus 6p, oculus rift outage, right to repair, road trip, scale16x, tech news podcast

    California is ripping our rig apart, its the final big push to SCALE after four days on the road and we're determined to make it. We meet up with some friends, get our geek on, and conquer the road.

  • Episode 266: Their Ubuntu Breakup

    March 8th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  10 mins
    ghostery, mcafee, netflix, pop_0s, scale16x, system76, tech news, tunnelbear, ubuntu breakup, unity

    It starts with a bang! System76 shares their side of the Unity desktop breakup, its brutal and honest. It's just the first day of SCALE16x, and it's shaping up to be the biggest yet.

  • Episode 267: Google - Conspiracy Fighter

    March 11th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  30 mins 42 secs
    alexa brief mode, deadwood, geek squad fbi, google bans cryptocurrency ads, kickstarter, lyft subscription, meltdown, northern lights, spectre fix, steve, tech news, youtube wikipedia

    Google's got a solution to all those crazy conspiracy YouTube videos. There's just one major problem...

  • Episode 268: Unethical Data Experiment

    March 19th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  23 mins 36 secs
    amazon, cambridge analytica, data breach, facebook, google shopping actions, graykey, self driving, tech news, uber kills

    Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data was a 'grossly unethical experiment' coming to light thanks to a whistleblower. We'll play his story, and discuss what they did with the data.

  • Episode 269: The Slice Age

    March 23rd, 2018  |  Season 1  |  33 mins 30 secs
    amazon drones, cambridge analytica, data breach, facebook, gdpr, mark, moviepass, tech news, telegram

    Facebook gets punched in the face all week long, Amazon has drones that can smell fear, Telegram is ordered to hand over the keys, and some crazy folk want to make ketchup slices.

  • Episode 270: Season of Change

    March 26th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  27 mins 58 secs
    apple, encryption backdoor, greykey, jupiter broadcasting, reddit, scale, streaming tv, tech news, vacnet, valve

    The push for encryption backdoors is back on, why Valve has 1,700 CPU's working non-stop, and the big Netflix move Apple is about to pull.