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Windows Weekly is about more than Windows. Veteran Microsoft insiders Paul Thurrott and Richard Campbell join Leo for a deep dive into the most valuable company in the world. From consumer to enterprise, AI to Xbox, Windows Weekly is the only Microsoft podcast you'll ever need. Records live every Wednesday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.
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Discover new software and hardware to get the best out of your network, control smart devices, and secure your data on cloud services. Self-Hosted is a chat show between Chris and Alex two long-time "self-hosters" who share their lessons and take you along for the journey as they learn new ones. A Jupiter Broadcasting podcast showcasing free and open source technologies you can host yourself.
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From smart phones to smart homes, the Android Police Podcast gives you exactly what you need from a tech podcast - no more, no less. Every week, each of our hosts curate topics to talk about. It could be tracking through your newsfeed or a passion project or two. We're centered on Android, but go far and wide, so if you're looking for good talk that won't waste your time, listen and subscribe.
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Learn about getting the most from your Apple technology with focused topics and workflow guests. Creating Mac Power Users since 2009, one conversation at a time. Hosted by David Sparks and Stephen Hackett.
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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.
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Connected is a weekly panel discussion on Apple and the impact of technology on our lives. With each co-host having a unique background — and accent — Connected provides a perspective that no other show can. Hosted by Federico Viticci, Stephen Hackett, and Myke Hurley.
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This is daily Apple news. Monday through Friday, Ken Ray brings a short shot of tech happenings to your day. If it's Apple news, Apple-related news, or news related to Apple-related news, you'll hear about it here. News you'll like... this is Mac OS Ken.
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A weekly podcast talking about the latest developments and updates from the Ubuntu Security team, including a summary of the security vulnerabilities and fixes from the last week as well as a discussion on some of the goings on in the wider Ubuntu Security community.
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Join 3 experienced Open Source professionals as they discuss the impact Linux has in their daily lives. Upbeat family-friendly banter, conversation and discussion for Linux enthusiasts and casual observers of all ages. A new episode every two weeks covering terminal productivity, desktop experience, development, gaming, hosting, hardware, community, cloud-native and all the Linux Matters that matter.
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Android Backstage, a podcast by and for Android developers. Hosted by developers from the Android engineering team, this show covers topics of interest to Android programmers, with in-depth discussions and interviews with engineers on the Android team at Google. Subscribe to Android Developers YouTube → https://goo.gle/AndroidDevs
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MacBreak Weekly covers all things Apple: Leo, Andy Ihnatko, Alex Lindsay, and Jason Snell analyze every bit of news from the most interesting company in tech. From AI to Vision Pro, iPad to iPhone, these Apple experts know-all and tell-all. Records live every Tuesday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.
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Mac Admins Podcast

Mac Admins Podcast LLC

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A rotating panel of Mac admins and consultants are joined by members of the Mac admin community to discuss the latest news, issues, and challenges of managing Apple devices. New episodes weekly. Join the community at macadmins.org.
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Get the latest iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple news every Friday. Tune in to this weekly podcast for in-depth coverage, product reviews, and analysis of all news surrounding Apple. Since 1997 AppleInsider has been a premier source of Apple news, leaks, and rumors. Hosted by Stephen Robles and the AppleInsider staff.
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Macworld is the world's leading source for information about Apple and the Apple ecosystem. 882887 www,macworld.com email: podcast@macworld.com X: @macworld Threads: @macworld_hq Facebook: Macworld
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This show gives listeners a quick run-down on things that the Android team has done recently that developers may want to check out. It covers library and platform releases, articles, videos, podcasts, samples, codelabs - whatever seems relevant and interesting for Android developers. Subscribe to Android Developers YouTube → https://goo.gle/AndroidDevs Android’s a big platform and there are many things being released all the time; listen to this podcast to stay up to date on what those thing ...
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NOTE: Exceptionally, the English-language transcript of the interview with Sahra Wagenknecht, originally conducted in German, was released without a paywall for all: https://greenwald.locals.com/post/5536856/sahra-wagenknecht-on-the-failing-war-in-ukraine-the-state-of-german-politics-and-her-new-political Locals subscribers have access to a transcr…
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- Bernstein Analyst: Apple Will Hold Big AI Announcements Until Fall - Reuters: EC Will OK iPhone NFC Access for Third-Parties Next Month, Maybe - Sitting US Senator Calls for End to Apple Monopoly Because “Blue Bubbles” - Two Tales of Apple Vision Pro Use - Earth Day Apple Watch Activity Challenge Set for Today - Apple Watch Ultra 2 Hits Some Appl…
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We're back from Austin, with interviews and stories to share. Plus, it's Gentoo week and we take our first look at Fedora 40. Sponsored By: Tailscale: Tailscale is a programmable networking software that is private and secure by default - get it free on up to 100 devices! Kolide: Kolide is a device trust solution for companies with Okta, and they e…
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On this feedback episode, the guys catch up on listener feedback, share some unique uses for Freeform, discuss some good Apple Watch apps, and talk about the Mac's startup sound. This episode of Mac Power Users is sponsored by: 1Password: Never forget a password again. NetSuite: The leading integrated cloud business software suite. Zocdoc: Find the…
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Imminence is our word of the week on the Android Police podcast as we hit on some new Pixel lewks, watch emulation on iOS thrive with bated breath, and see if Google really has what it takes to have Android, Pixel, Chrome, and its various other platform teams operating as one AI-led family — "happy" being the optimal fashion. 04:07 | The Reorg Goog…
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We have some very interesting news this week, we’ve got a brand new major release of the LXQt desktop environment, there’s a strange but potentially good twist in the ongoing saga of Nvidia and open source drivers, Red Hat drops the hardware ball and AlmaLinux catches it. Plus there’s a new Linux Tablet trying to […]…
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Kevin and Andy answer Joe’s noob questions about development including the differences between compiled and interpreted languages, C vs C++, why the Linux kernel is written in C, Go vs Rust, and what memory safety means. Kolide Kolide ensures that if a device isn’t secure it can’t access your apps. It’s Device Trust for Okta. Visit kolide.com/linux…
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Kevin and Andy answer Joe’s noob questions about development including the differences between compiled and interpreted languages, C vs C++, why the Linux kernel is written in C, Go vs Rust, and what memory safety means. Kolide Kolide ensures that if a device isn’t secure it can’t access your apps. It’s Device Trust for Okta. Visit kolide.com/linux…
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Bryan and Jeff discuss what Apple may be planning to improve Siri, along with how the company could give indie authors more options for selling their books. Bryan also gives us some real time coverage of a big Bitcoin block halving event. SPONSOR: LinkedIn Jobs – Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/ACM. Sources referenced in this episode: Allege…
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At NAB Show in Las Vegas, The Prismatic Company’s Co-Founder and CEO Abe Feinberg and Chief Technology Officer Matthew Feinberg explain how their new LightWeve platform generates videos from text input, and their three apps will focus on three different use cases. Show Notes: Chapters: 01:49 Exploring the Lightweave Platform 04:50 Video Creation Pr…
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Manton and Daniel check in again about their WWDC plans, and appreciate the value of meeting up with people in person. They talk about the newly announced “One More Thing” conferenced slated to take place near Apple during WWDC week. Finally they talk about the debut of the AltStore as a turning point for the openness of the App Store, and revisit …
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First up in the News: Mint Monthly News, Mint is testing new CDN setup for repositories, EndeavourOS ends ARM branch due to lack of help, Proton buys Standard Notes, Dynebolic portable Linux renewed after 10 year hiatus, APT 2.9 released, 3.0 announced In Security and Privacy: Over 92,000 DLink NAS devices exposed via backdoor, with no patch (out o…
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First up in the News: Mint Monthly News, Mint is testing new CDN setup for repositories, EndeavourOS ends ARM branch due to lack of help, Proton buys Standard Notes, Dynebolic portable Linux renewed after 10 year hiatus, APT 2.9 released, 3.0 announced In Security and Privacy: Over 92,000 DLink NAS devices exposed via backdoor, with no patch (out o…
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First up in the News: Mint Monthly News, Mint is testing new CDN setup for repositories, EndeavourOS ends ARM branch due to lack of help, Proton buys Standard Notes, Dynebolic portable Linux renewed after 10 year hiatus, APT 2.9 released, 3.0 announced In Security and Privacy: Over 92,000 DLink NAS devices exposed via backdoor, with no patch (out o…
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First up in the News: Mint Monthly News, Mint is testing new CDN setup for repositories, EndeavourOS ends ARM branch due to lack of help, Proton buys Standard Notes, Dynebolic portable Linux renewed after 10 year hiatus, APT 2.9 released, 3.0 announced In Security and Privacy: Over 92,000 DLink NAS devices exposed via backdoor, with no patch (out o…
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Redis is forked by cloud companies, how to manage modern cloud identity and access management, vendor lock-in for government cloud contracts, and cloud security best practices in the light of the xz vulnerability. Plugs Support us on patreon and get an ad-free RSS feed with early episodes sometimes Shane’s platform engineering newsletter News/discu…
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On this week's episode of the Window's Central Podcast, Dan and Zac discuss the leaked renders of the first PC with a Snapdragon X Elite CPU, the latest on Windows 11 & how version 24H2 is almost ready for manufacturers, Microsoft's new 'AI Explorer' feature for Windows 11 potentially being exclusive to Arm, veteran designer Ralf Groene retiring fr…
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It is a big week for women's basketball as college star Caitlin Clark went No. 1 in the WNBA draft. As incredible as her college career was, some fans are outraged at her salary. Dave and I dig into how much she's getting paid and why. My iPhone doesn't connect to my new truck using CarPlay, so I can't use Maps or Apple Music. This forced me into g…
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Special guest Casey Liss from the Accidental Tech Podcast joins the show to discuss his homelab, how he uses HomeBridge, and his delightfully complex garage door sensor system. Then Alex and Casey do their "best" to convince Chris the Apple Vision Pro is an excellent remote admin tool. Special Guest: Casey Liss. Sponsored By: Unraid: Unraid: A powe…
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- TSMC to Raise Prices for Chips Made Outside of Taiwan - Apple Pulls Messaging Apps from App Store in China on Government Orders - Apple CEO Sees Singapore - AirPlay Goes Live for Select IGH Hotels & Resorts - Report: Apple Retail Moving a Montreal Store - Apple Issues New Environmental Progress Report - Second Season of “Jane” Hits Apple TV+ - Ea…
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As China seems poised to get the Apple Vision Pro, we've had a whole range of new Elgato devices randing from game capture to webcam, plus the iPad Air may cost more than we think -- and the M4 Macs will be here before we know it. Contact your hosts @williamgallagher_ on Threads @WGallagher on Twitter William's 58keys on YouTube William Gallagher o…
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Overview John and Georgia are at the Linux Security Summit presenting on some longawaited developments in AppArmor and we give you all the details in a sneak peekpreview as well as some of the other talks to look out for, plus we coversecurity updates for NSS, Squid, Apache, libvirt and more and we put out a callfor testing of a pending AppArmor se…
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At NAB Show in Las Vegas, we caught up with Terri Morgan and Chris Demiris of Luma Touch to discuss the latest new features of LumaFusion, some new ones coming shortly, as well as their thoughts on AI in a video production workflow. Show Notes: Chapters: 00:46 Exciting 5.0 Release Features 02:06 Upcoming Features: Adjustment Layers and More Tracks …
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The episode starts with an existential crisis and ends with ruminations on what's ahead in Android 15 and Google Search. Links and Show Notes: Google restructures finance team as part of AI shift, CFO tells employees in memo DeepMind CEO Says Google Will Spend More Than $100 Billion on AI RuPaul celebrates the 'power of drag' from TED stage Google …
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Welcome to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. Today, we’re covering the Android 15 Beta release, how Android Studio uses Gemini Pro to make Android development faster and easier, a story about how Google Drive cut code and development time in half, and how to use Dependency Injection in…
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Why updating iPhones in their sealed boxes might have some downsides, Amazon’s “AI” turned out to just be people, LLMs hallucinating imaginary dependencies is potentially a security risk, Aruba backs up its government data to the Internet Archive, and disk queue schedulers in Linux. Plug Support us on patreon and get an ad-free RSS feed with early …
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TIMESTAMPS: Intro (0:00) Interview with Norman Finkelstein (4:16) Outro (1:17:25) - - - Watch full episodes on Rumble, streamed LIVE 7pm ET: https://rumble.com/c/GGreenwald Become part of our Locals community: https://greenwald.locals.com/ - - - Follow Glenn: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ggreenwald Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glenn.11.gree…
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- Needham Analyst Upbeat on “Anemic” Apple - Maxim Analyst Forte Initiates Apple Coverage with “Hold” Rating and $178 Target - After Years in Shadow, Apple Approves Alt Store for EU - Riley Testut's Console Emulator Hits App Store, Alt Store - Apple Public Testers Get New iOS, iPadOS, and macOS Betas - Cook Says Apple “Will Look at” Manufacturing i…
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Can speech become part of your development workflow? Carl and Richard talk to Karl Geitz about his use of NaturallySpeaking to create software in Visual Studio. Karl talks about using voice to write better, longer comments in his code and also helps to navigate the features of Visual Studio itself. The effort started when dealing with Repetitive St…
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Por ocasião da Wikicon Portugal 2024 em Évora, caímos numa anomalia gravitacional no tecido espacio-temporal e viajámos até à Quinta Dimensão, um Cosmódromo de Ideias e depósito de Raspberry Pi. Fomos recebidos por João Bacelar (um ser humano da mesma espécie de Carl Sagan), que orbita uma estrela de luminosidade classe V (do tipo espectral G) à ve…
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Backlash against tech criticism, Ralf Groene retires, Hardcore Software Hosts: Leo Laporte, Paul Thurrott, and Richard Campbell For full show notes, visit https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly/episodes/877 Sponsors: GO.ACILEARNING.COM/TWIT - code TWIT30 kolide.com/ww Melissa.com/twitBy TWiT
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The guys try AltStore and the Delta game emulator live on the show before discussing reviews of the Humane AI Pin and the response to those reviews. Then they judge their picks in the first-ever scoring of the EUies. This episode of Connected is sponsored by: Jam: Developer-friendly bug reports in 1 click. Squarespace: Save 10% off your first purch…
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Everyone loves the new AI pins, Dan has fun with setting up a new iCloud account and Lex is mad at Xcode. The Humane pin is not getting good reviews. Jason wonders if anyone but a tech giant can make the next big thing. Limitless is another AI pin we have questions about. Lex bought a CarPlay head unit. If you want to help out the show and get some…
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TIMESTAMPS: Intro (0:00) SCOTUS Skeptical of Obstruction Charges (7:15) Neocons Unite Against Tucker (31:09) Interview with Representative Dennis Kucinich (45:21) Outro (1:12:27) - - - Watch full episodes on Rumble, streamed LIVE 7pm ET: https://rumble.com/c/GGreenwald Become part of our Locals community: https://greenwald.locals.com/ - - - Follow …
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- Evercore Does Not See DOJ Winning Case Against Apple - Developers Get Second Round of Upcoming OS Betas - iOS 17.5 Beta Opens App Downloads for Developer Sites in the EU - iOS 17.5 Beta Fixes Jerusalem/Palestinian Flag Emoji Issue - Apple Approves First NES Emulator for App Store - Developer Pulls First NES Emulator from App Store - Apple Develop…
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In the second part of our bonus MacVoices After Dark session, the conversation with Chuck Joiner, Dave Ginsburg, Brian Flanigan-Arthurs, Marty Jencius, Eric Bolden, Jeff Gamet, Guy Serle, and Mark Fuccio delves into online debates, the impact of social media echo chambers, and specific comments in discussions. The panel discuss Apple's practices re…
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The rumor mill has begun on the upcoming M4 chips. Could these M4 chips be a way for Apple to start pushing into the AI-powered device market? Apple notifies users in 92 countries about attempted spyware attacks on select iPhone users. And Apple expands repair options for its devices with support for used genuine Apple parts. Apple readies M4 chip …
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Pre-show: Power problems The ATP Store is BACK baby! 👕 Runs until Sunday, 28 April. Don’t wait! Remember members get 15% off! New member special: ATP Insider: Computing Origin Stories Follow-up: How little kids write 4s Marco sample Casey sample John sample Field Notes Three-step car buying process (via Paul Chernoff) Rivian software update helps a…
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In this episode: Alan, Martin and Mark read some highlights from your wonderful feedback. Thank you for all the kinds words you have sent us. Here are the links to everything we mentioned. Snaps Bucklespring Localsend Snapdrop Hardware Mark’s funky monitor - the LG DualUp 8BitDo Micro Gamepad Security keys and passwords https://man.archlinux.org/ma…
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In this episode: Alan, Martin and Mark read some highlights from your wonderful feedback. Thank you for all the kinds words you have sent us. Here are the links to everything we mentioned. Snaps Bucklespring Localsend Snapdrop Hardware Mark’s funky monitor – the LG DualUp 8BitDo Micro Gamepad Security keys and passwords https://man.archlinux.org/ma…
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This special MacVoices After Dark show is not only a taste of what our Patreon supporters but also supplements some of the topics covered in recent MacVoices episodes. Chuck Joiner, Dave Ginsburg, Brian Flanigan-Arthurs, Marty Jencius, Eric Bolden, Jeff Gamet, and Guy Serle cover topics from birdwatching to repair laws impacting tech giants. They t…
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