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Jeremy Garcia, Jono Bacon, and Stuart Langridge present Bad Voltage, in which we look down the barrel of 2018, 2018 gazes back into us spectrally and meltdownily, nobody shines Jono’s shoes for him, and:
- [00:02:30] The news: the Spectre and Meltdown security vulnerabilities are here to eat the world — you know that a security issue is serious when it gets its own Wikipedia article… one of the lead engineers (perhaps) behind the VW emissions scandal was sent to prison, and we’re not sure (and discuss in some depth) just how responsible he was and how culpability applies to engineering staff as well as decision-makers… the US state of Oregon allows you to fill your own car with petrol, Oregonians freak out about it, the internet are beside themselves with laughter… Amazon patent “watch a video ad for a product and the more of the ad you watch, the more the price of the product drops“, everyone agrees that nobody watches the ad… eHarmony claim that their dating algorithm is scientifically proven, get slapped by the Advertising Standards Authority who take a very dim view of this sort of thing… Amazon release Linux 2 on premises… Linux Journal saved from the jaws of destruction by Private Internet Access, leading to discussion about getting magazines on paper…
- [00:29:10] Predictions for 2018! What do we think will happen? Jono looks into Facebook VR, Red Hat’s finances, Google’s Flutter, and the PlayStation; Stuart has things about augmented reality, healthcare and tech, Microsoft and Linux, and Twitter and Trump; and Jeremy’s seeing stuff in 2018 for Tesla, harmful IoT devices, Bitcoin, and AI!
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