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Episode #180: Get On Board or Get Out of Living

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New processors are blocked from getting older Windows updates, Instagram celebrities sneaking in sponsored posts, Google’s AutoDraw, and how to keep getting older Windows updates on new processors.

Episode #179: Spoctopus

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The FCC hopes ISPs will be good, YouTube won’t put ads on your unpopular video, Walmart is attracting shoppers with downloads and shipping discounts, and a review of Warm Lamp Games’ Beholder.

Episode #178: The Droney Express

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Do not trust manufacturer’s laptop battery estimates, Android is more popular online than Windows, Amazon is collecting sales tax across the US, robots are indeed taking our jobs, and a review of Day of Infamy.

Day of Infamy

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If you’re looking for an online multiplayer first-person shooter set across the European battlefields of WWII then Day of Infamy, the latest game from New World Interactive, is for you.

Episode #177: The One With The Hand Phone

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Google can shrink JPEGs with no quality loss, electronic tattoos make hand phones a reality, Reddit is rolling out profile pages for users, and a review of first-person puzzle adventure The Crow’s Eye.

Episode #176: Is It (A) Right To Repair?

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Ryan Bateman joins us for a discussion on: how the VR price wars have begun, Google the Captcha killer, classic arcade games are dying out, and the “right to repair” your device.

Episode #175: You Don’t Know Ajit

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The FCC head is taking major steps towards deregulation, YouTube has a new streaming service, Roborace shows off two AI-controlled cars, and a review of Jackbox Party Pack 3.

Episode #174: VRog

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Unlimited mobile plans are everywhere, robots who take human jobs should have to pay taxes, antivirus maker Kapersky announces an IoT OS, and a review of GearVR game, FrogVR.

Scéal, a “Living Storybook”

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As the gaming landscape has become more established, it has also become more diverse. A larger audience and easier distribution means developers have the freedom to be creative and reinvent what a “game” can be.