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Best Tech News Podcasts We Could Find
Best Tech News Podcasts We Could Find
Technology progresses at a rapid pace and one can easily stay out of date if they don't follow the news every day. The modern way of busy life doesn't have to hinder you from staying up to date thanks to podcasts. Listening to highly informative tech podcasts will help you stay informed with the latest buzz on the tech world today and stay on top of the latest tech trends. Also, you can learn from the experts who talk about and analyse the latest trends in technology, the newest tech products such as gadgets, computers, software and much more. Some of the podcasts are dedicated to specific areas, like big brands, and how they are trying to stay on top of each other. Other tech podcasts in this catalog are not just limited to technology in general. You can find many tech shows which deal with innovation, tech culture, tech development, etc. And, whether you are on the move commuting to work or home, doing your usual daily activities, taking a break from work or just chilling out, tuning in to these tech podcast is just a matter of pressing a button.
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In this podcast from the Center for Humane Technology, co-hosts Tristan Harris and Aza Raskin expose how social media’s race for attention manipulates our choices, breaks down truth, and destabilizes our real-world communities. Tristan and Aza also explore solutions: what it means to become sophisticated about human nature by interviewing anthropologists, researchers, cultural and faith-based leaders, activists, and experts on everything from conspiracy theories to existential global threats.
 
Hacking. Hackers. Disinformation campaigns. Encryption. The Cyber. This stuff gets complicated really fast, but Motherboard spends its time embedded in the infosec world so you don't have to. Host Ben Makuch talks every week to Motherboard reporters Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai and Joseph Cox about the stories they're breaking and to the industry's most famous hackers and researchers about the biggest news in cybersecurity.
 
Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Power, unpacked. “Sway” is a new interview show hosted by Kara Swisher, “Silicon Valley’s most feared and well liked journalist.” Now taking on Washington, Hollywood and the world, Kara investigates power: who has it, who’s been denied it, and who dares to defy it. Every Monday and Thursday, from New York Times Opinion Audio.
 
Welcome to IT Visionaries, your #1 source for actionable insights, lessons learned, and exclusive interviews with trailblazing IT leaders. When you subscribe to IT Visionaries, you’ll get two weekly episodes. Each is packed with value, stories, and trends - all directly from leaders on the frontlines of technological innovation.
 
Material is a weekly discussion about the Google and Android universe. Your intrepid hosts try to answer the question, “What holds up the digital world?” The answer, so far, is that it’s Google all the way down. Hosted by Andy Ihnatko and Florence Ion.
 
Your weekly celebration of JavaScript and the web. This show records LIVE on Thursdays at 1pm US/Eastern time. Panelists include Jerod Santo, Feross Aboukhadijeh, Kevin Ball, Emma Bostian, Nick Nisi, Divya Sasidharan, Mikeal Rogers, Chris Hiller, and Amal Hussein. Topics discussed include the web platform (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox, Brave, etc), front-end frameworks (React, Ember, Angular, Vue, etc), Node.js, web animation, SVG, robotics, IoT, and much more. If JavaScript and/or the web ...
 
The Full Nerd is PCWorld's enthusiast PC hardware podcast. Each week Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Adam Patrick Murray, and Alaina Yee cover everything hardware related from news to reviews to tips. We also answer questions from the live audience or submitted to our Discord. Join us live on the PCWorld YouTube, Twitch, or Facebook pages and interact with us in real time
 
TechStuff is a show about technology. And it’s not just how technology works. Join host Jonathan Strickland as he explores the people behind the tech, the companies that market it and how technology affects our lives and culture.
 
7 Minute Security is a weekly information security podcast focusing on penetration testing, blue teaming and building a career in security. The podcast also features in-depth interviews with industry leaders who share their insights, tools, tips and tricks for being a successful security engineer.
 
Video games: They’re serious business! Except when they’re not serious at all. Each week on Triple Click, video game experts Kirk Hamilton, Maddy Myers, and Jason Schreier journey into the fascinating world of games. They’ll explore hot topics in video game news and culture, answer burning listener questions, debate the pros and cons of the biggest new games, and replay old classics together.
 
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This week, Jeff Bezos flew to space. Or, at least high enough into the sky for it to technically count. While his 10-minute joyride in a Blue Origin rocket was mainly intended to draw attention to his space tourism company, the former Amazon CEO also has bigger ambitions. He wants to launch a new era of space colonization, with the ultimate goal of…
 
Guest Christopher Budd, Senior Global Threat Communications Manager at Avast, joins Dave to talk about some research his team did when they looked into a Reddit report saying their Avast folder was empty and other reports like it. The team found a new malware they’re calling “Crackonosh” in part because of some possible indications that the malware…
 
The Olympics are underway, and the authorities are on the alert for cyberattacks. Kaseya has a decryptor for the REvil ransomware, but it hasn’t said how it got the key. NSO Group says it’s not responsible for customer misuse of its Pegasus intercept tool. US policy toward Chinese cyber activities shows continuity, with some diplomatic intensificat…
 
Alphabet has a new moonshot company. Existing Big Bet DeepMind might have had a big breakthrough. Why Snap and Twitter are sharing an earnings narrative right now. Hint: it’s cause they’re growing again. And, of course, the Weekend Longreads Suggestions. Sponsors: CreditKarma.com/podcast SetApp.com Links: Google parent Alphabet launches Intrinsic: …
 
This week, we kick off the show with an interview featuring Jeff Tinsley, CEO of RealMe, to talk about The Online Safety and Security as it Pertains to Dating Apps and Online Marketplaces! Next up, we welcome Gordon Draper, Founder and CEO of CyberMarket.com, to talk about the Democratisation and Globalisation of CyberSecurity Consulting! In the Se…
 
This week in the Security Weekly News Wrap Up: Pornageddon, Pegasus, Kaseya, SeriousSam, The FBI Wants hackers dead or alive, SonicWall, HPrinters, Show Wrap Ups, and more! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn136 Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly …
 
Feross is back with a brand new web app for us to pick apart! Wormhole is the fastest way to send files on the internet and we want to know why he built it, how it works, and what crazy hacks he invented along the way. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear! Sponsors Raygu…
 
Coming up today… Germany looks to block one of the world’s biggest porn websites and we look at where cryptocurrency and bitcoin are going next. The stories we talked about this week: Germany is about to block one of the world’s biggest porn sites https://www.wired.co.uk/article/germany-porn-laws-age-checks The future of cryptocurrency – Cryptocurr…
 
Playdate, the adorable whimsy-and-nostalgia-box/handheld game system built by Panic (with some help from Teenage Engineering), has taken one more big step toward reality: it has an official pre-order date. And it’s soon! The company announced this morning that pre-orders for the handheld will go live on July 29th at 10 a.m pacific.…
 
This week we have a very special (and very sad) episode, in which we say our final goodbyes to hosts Nathan Grayson and Ashley Parrish. To kick off this goodbye-themed episode, we start with a short discussion on games we haven't finished specifically because we can't bear to say goodbye. Then, we get into a conversation about the all-time best vid…
 
The idea of software supply chain security rocketed into the public consciousness in the last year, with the news that US government agencies had been breached. Priya Wadhwa is a software engineer at Google working on open source security, including projects to secure and verify container deployments. She outlines what is being done to make sure th…
 
Optimists in Washington, including President Biden, are hoping debate on a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package could start as early as Monday, just before the August recess. Senate Republicans blocked a procedural vote to start that debate this week, pushing for more time to hammer out details. You’ve got the usual talk of roads and bridges, yes, …
 
This week, Amnesty International and a French journalism nonprofit named Forbidden Stories revealed that technology from a spyware firm called NSO Group is being deployed on a massive scale. The spyware, called Pegasus, gives the user access to every part of a victim’s smartphone -- notes, messages, photos, and recordings. What’s it like for securi…
 
Kara and Scott discuss Marjorie Taylor Greene's recent Twitter ban, Jack Dorsey's hopes for a bitcoin "world peace," and the "joyless" Olympics. Kara has high hopes for Jonathan Kanter, Biden's pick for the Justice Department's anti-trust division. Things look a little more glum for privacy after the Pegasus Project revelations. And in listener mai…
 
This episode reports on the availability of a new Canadian data centre for users of Sophos products, a survey shows people still fall for tech support scams, Amazon cuts off a controversial spyware company and new figures on ransomware attacksBy ITWC
 
This week, in our first segment, we welcome Ed Rossi, Vice President of Product Management, Asset Inventory & Discovery at Qualys, to talk about Reinventing Asset Inventory for Security! Then, in the Enterprise News, SafeBreach adds support for new advanced attacks to the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint evaluation lab, Stellar Cyber XDR Kill Chain …
 
Megyn Kelly is joined by Malcolm Gladwell, best-selling author and host of "Revisionist History," to talk about the importance of forgiveness, the value of being disagreeable, Jeffrey Toobin's Zoom incident, the failures of journalists, why "The LIttle Mermaid" teaches terrible lessons, the cost of "cancel culture" in today's society (and historica…
 
When author and journalist James Nestor began researching a piece on free diving, he was stunned. He found that free divers could hold their breath for up to 8 minutes at a time, and dive to depths of 350 feet on a single breath. As he dug into the history of breath, he discovered that our industrialized lives have led to improper and mindless brea…
 
Akamai Outage https://isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/Lost+in+the+Cloud+Akamai+DNS+Outage/27660/ "Summer of SAM" Continues https://isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/Summer+of+SAM+Microsoft+Releases+Guidance+for+CVE202136934/27656/ Oracle Critical Patch Update https://www.oracle.com/security-alerts/cpujul2021.html Kaseya Decryptor Available https://www.kaseya.com…
 
Flo's SIM woes continue unabated, and Andy realizes the stronghold that Chrome has on his life. We talk about the latest Google executive to leave after publishing an offensive manifesto and then liven it up with the good news about a Big Ass Chromebook. Andy will fanboy a bit over the latest Android-powered Micro Four Thirds camera, Flo will rejoi…
 
This week, we welcome Joseph Kirkpatrick, President at KirkpatrickPrice, to talk about Your Security Is ALWAYS in Scope! Our client was using a hosted service to perform remote monitoring and management and resisted its inclusion in the audit scope. The vendor's external scans revealed critical vulnerabilities. Prior to a highly-publicized breach, …
 
Chris (@stoneymonster) and Elecia (@logicalelegance) discuss Blender, Make, TCP/IP, and listener questions (mostly about the podcast itself). Lightweight IP: an open source TCP/IP stack for embedded systems Look for Lazy Tutorials for Blender in Ian Hubert’s YouTube Channel or if you want something a little simpler, try the Blender Beginner Tutoria…
 
It’s extortion after all at Saudi Aramco. Controversy and investigation over alleged misuse of NSO Group’s Pegasus intercept tool continues. Warning of Chinese espionage from ANSSI, and China’s denunciation of all this kind of “baseless slander.” Phishing in Milanote. FIN7 resurfaces after the conviction of some key members. Dinah Davis from Arctic…
 
Twitter is testing downvotes. Tumblr gets into the subscription game. Google unveils a unified backup service for Android. Is HBO Max leading the pack of followers in the musical chairs streaming wars contest? The FTC is getting serious about right to repair. And let me introduce you to the Airbnb for back yard swimming pools. Sponsors: Masterworks…
 
Sohrab Ahmari returns to The Brendan O’Neill Show to talk about his latest book, ‘The Unbroken Thread’. Sohrab and Brendan discuss the paradoxes of modern liberalism: how the free market undermines free speech, how data distorts the search for truth, and why humans need boundaries to truly flourish Subscribe to spiked’s YouTube channel: https://you…
 
When Blessed Carlo Acuitis died in 2006 at 15, he was a Star Wars and video game fan who coded and built web sites. Dom Bettinelli, Fr. Andrew Kinstetter, and Pat Scott discuss what makes Carlo notable, and more importantly, holy. Then they discuss a big data privacy story in Catholic news this week. The post Millennial Saint for the Internet Age a…
 
Fascists love to perfect a look. Hugo Boss’ Nazi Uniforms, the striking headquarters of the Italian Fascist party, and the sleek presentation of Islamic State’s Dabiq all have one thing in common—they’re visually striking. So too with today’s extremists. Neo-Nazis from Atomwaffen Division to the Order of the 9 Angles have a certain aesthetic flair.…
 
Rivian electric vehicle charging stations are coming to yet another state park system. The EV startup said it would install its so-called “waypoint” chargers at all of Tennessee’s 56 state parks, just four months after announcing a similar agreement with the state of Colorado. It’s the next step in Rivian’s plans to build out its […]…
 
It’s been five years since Pokémon Go launched, sending kids and adults alike out into the streets, capturing Pokémon through their smartphones. It was one of the first massively successful augmented reality games, generating maps populated with the fantastical creatures based on actual maps. It tracks where players are in the real world to determi…
 
Talk therapy has seen a boom during the pandemic. And with mental health chat bots like Woebot on the market and text therapy platforms like Talkspace going public, the possibility of humans outsourcing our behavioral health to algorithmic healers is only growing — along with the ethical questions attached to it. So Kara Swisher turned to Oren Fran…
 
Apply to attend The Realignment’s conference in Miami on October 22nd: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-realignment-conference-tickets-158996058491Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia Kang, technology reporters at The New York Times and authors of An Ugly Truth: Inside Facebook’s Battle for Domination, join The Realignment to discuss Facebook’s fall from gra…
 
The algorithm TikTok uses to serve up engaging videos has been the source of much speculation. Now an investigation by The Wall Street Journal reveals how the technology behind the fastest-growing social-media platform works. Senior Personal Tech Columnist Joanna Stern joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss the findings and what they mean for users. Lear…
 
The biggest innovations don’t always occur where you expect. Canon and Nikon didn’t invent the go-everywhere camera known as GoPro. It was a surfer who wanted to film his friends. Automakers didn’t believe styling could attract buyers to Electric Vehicles until Tesla defined the industry. The reality is that insights can occur anywhere, and come fr…
 
Microsoft Published Summer of SAM Guidance https://isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/Summer+of+SAM+Microsoft+Releases+Guidance+for+CVE202136934/27656/ Apple Patches Everything https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201222 Formbook/XLoader Malware Ported to Mac https://research.checkpoint.com/2021/top-prevalent-malware-with-a-thousand-campaigns-migrates-to-macos…
 
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