Before (and sometimes after) the show, the guys are recording getting ready to do their thing and just chit chatting. The following video is the segment from the pre-show for episode #18 for The Weekend Geek Report. Here they’re talking Continue Reading …
Archives for April 2018
The entire gang is back to discuss hackers using an aquarium thermometer to gain access to a database, the latest version of Chrome will help with auto-playing videos, Netflix spent $8 billion for content but the CEO still doesn’t think that’s enough, SpaceX is building it’s BFR in LA, encoding data in dubstep, Nightcourt’s Harry Anderson passes beyond the veil, the Netflix original series Lost in Space debuts, Sam talks about the Netflix original show Nailed It! and Sega is bring some of their classic games to the Switch!
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Donovan and Sam (sans Shae) talk about iPhones are no longer secure, an experiment that could mean data could be stolen from a computer that’s not even connected to a network, an open, royalty free video codec is coming to kick butt, night-owls may be at higher risk of death, the weird file, Valve is making video games again and the short history of the Atari Jaguar gaming console and what happened to some of those assets.
- GrayKey: The best iPhone unlocker is now in the hands of police
- Late to Bed, Early to Die? Night Owls May Die Sooner
- New AV1 Video Codec Is Actually Fast, Facebook Benchmark Reveals
- Researchers Create Malware That Steals Data via Power Lines
- The Weird File
- Valve’s making games again: Hands-on with Artifact’s digital trading cards
- RETRO: The Atari Jaguar gaming console & What happened with the assets
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The guys are back to discuss Microsoft’s Terms of Service for Xbox Live and other services in regards to offensive language, etc.; YouTube’s decision to attach Wikipedia links to “conspiracy” style videos; a sophisticated malware attack that’s been hidden in routers since 2012; Chrome is scanning your files for malware and some people are freaking out; Facebook ups the ante in its attempt to compete with Twitch and YouTube Gaming; and Sam talks about the movie Murder on the Orient Express.
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