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episode 3566: You’ll Still Get Your Pizza – DTNS 3566


In a letter to US Senator Chris Coons Amazon’s VP of public policy Brian Huseman told the Senator that they keep transcripts and voice recordings indefinitely, and only remove them if they’re manually deleted by users. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lan...


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episode 3565: Smart-E Pants 2.0 - DTNS 3565


Samsung's DJ Koh believes that the era of the smartphones is coming to an end as 5G, IoT and new emerging technologies take shape. What comes after the smartphone and what form will it take? Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang


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episode 3564: Loon Over My Kenya - DTNS 3564


A new study from MIT on a driver's ability to notice brake lights in cars in front of them us suggests that eyes position is more important than multi-tasking when it comes to driver distraction.  Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger...


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episode 3563: Once It's Encrypted, It's Encrypted - DTNS 3563


Two Florida cities have been the victims of ransomware attacks. Why were these cities picked and what steps can other cities take to avoid the same predicament?  Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang, Shannon Morse.


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episode 3562: Outsourcing Johnny Ive - DTNS 3562


Bloomberg reports Huawei employees have worked on projects for the Chinese People's Liberation Army, the Verge's Elizabeth Lopatto explains why Libra won't help people without bank accounts, and the Pentagon is developing a laser sensor ...


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episode 3561: Box of Jobs - DTNS 3561


Oppo shows off a new smartphone with the camera under the screen instead of next to it in the bezel, Executives from 7 Libra partners being cautious about their membership, Oxford Economics estimates up to 20 million manufacturing jobs could be replace...


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episode 3560: The Buzz Around Lightyear – DTNS 3560


FedEx sues the US government saying its not liable for inadvertent shipping products that violate ban of products to China, Australian judge rules man can sue media companies for defamatory comments on Facebook posts, and Facebook agrees to handover us...


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episode 3559: What’s a Pi 4? - DTNS 3559


Raspberry Pi Foundation announces the Raspberry Pi 4, Google is expanding its Child Safety program to include media literacy, Apple is rumored to be launching a 16-inch MacBook Pro in September and Amazon unveils a online beauty supply store. Starrin...


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episode 3558: The First Wrong Is Always Right - DTNS 3558


AT&T wins PCMag's fastest mobile network in America, Huawei is in talks about using Russian-sourced Aurora OS for its mobile phones, and France wants G7 task force to look into to ensure Libra follows all proper regulations regarding money lau...


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episode 3557: Hmm, I Don't Know if You're Having a Heart Attack - DTNS 3557


Younger generations seem to be developing horns in the back of their skulls due to the extended use of technology like smartphones and tablets according to a study at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia. Is this a trend or something great...


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