2015
04.16

Show Links for April 15, 2015

Top Story

Email Phishing Attacks Take Just Minutes to Hook Recipients

Other News

Would You Let the I.R.S. Prepare Your Taxes?

DO STATE IT PROJECTS ALWAYS FAIL?

EU Formally Accuses Google of Antitrust Violations

Ars Technica: In-flight Wi-Fi is “direct link” to hackers
Report: Planes could be targeted by a malicious hacker on the ground.

New Segment: Bite of the Apple

Griffin Debuts Cove Recharging Center for Charging Five iOS Devices at Once

Analysts offer first stats on observed sales, styles of Apple Watch

Maybe we should ask anyone who has bought an Apple watch to call up and tell us their impressions of it – real world reviews

Try Buy or Fry

ROBOT CHEF THAT CAN COOK ANY OF 2,000 MEALS AT TAP OF A BUTTON TO GO ON SALE IN 2017

SMFX SMART BULB

Tiny 4K Displays Will Be Awesome—Just Not for Smartphones

Weird Science

A Scan Of 100,000 Galaxies Shows No Sign Of Alien Mega-Civilizations

Rogue Microwave Ovens Are the Culprits Behind Mysterious Radio Signals

Why the Myers-Briggs test is totally meaningless

Coloured Pluto comes into view

2015
04.16

Podcast For April 15, 2015

2015
04.09

Podcast For April 8, 2015

2015
04.08

Show Links for April 8, 2015

Top Story

Sleep Hacks: 3 Ways To Keep Your Gadgets From Ruining Your Rest

Other News

NY Cops Used ‘Stingray’ Spy Tool 46 Times Without Warrant

As many as 1 million sites imperiled by dangerous bug in WordPress plugin

Malicious, large-scale Google ad campaign slams users with malware

Senator calls for The Anarchist Cookbook to be “removed from the Internet”

Bitcoin Foundation is “effectively bankrupt,” board member says

New Segment: Bite of the Apple

Rumor: Report: New Apple TV box won’t support 4K

Apple Watch reservations to be limited to one unit per customer, limited stock expected

Apple Watch Meta Review: Not Perfect, But Full of Potential

Try Buy or Fry

Tesla’s new entry-level sedan is the faster, all-wheel drive Model S 70D

Intel’s $150 Stick That Turns a TV Into a Windows Desktop Is Now on Sale

3 fast, easy ways to find the perfect animated GIF

Weird Science

Up against laws of physics, Bell Labs pushes network performance

UV light returns colour to million-year-old seashells

Flexible aluminum battery charges fast, stable for over 7,000 cycles

2015
04.02

Podcast For April 1, 2015

2015
04.01

Show Links for April 1, 2015

Top Story

The Deconstruction of the K-12 Teacher
We can talk about technology and the future of education

Other News

Energy companies around the world infected by newly discovered malware

New 3D NAND flash will triple capacity of SSDs, Intel and Micron say

Longer-Lasting Batteries Are Almost Here (Really!)

Wii U Zelda Won’t Arrive in 2015, or Even Show at E3

New Segment; Bite of the Apple

Rumor: iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and 4-Inch iPhone 6c Rumored for 2015 Release

Gold Apple Watch Edition comes with a buying experience worthy of the 1%

Try Buy or Fry

Microsoft unveils the Surface 3: Mostly ARMless, a whole lot x86ier

Amazon wants you to place product buttons around your home

Chrome On A Stick: $100 Asus Chromebit Announced

April Fools: 8 fake products from ThinkGeek that nerds wish were real

Weird Science

For story below: “We’re an anarcho-syndicalist commune”

HOLAWHAT? MEET THE ALT-MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INVENTED BY A PROGRAMMER AND USED BY ZAPPOS

How ion thruster technology will power future NASA missions

LOUDNESS SOUNDS BETTER. It’s Also Ruining Music.

2015
03.25

Podcast For March 25, 2015

2015
03.25

Podcast For March 18, 2015

2015
03.25

Show Links March 25, 2015

Top Story

Now Algorithms Are Deciding Whom To Hire, Based On Voice

Other News

The X-Files is coming back to television

THANKS TO GOOGLE, TV ADS ARE ABOUT TO START WATCHING YOU

Try Buy or Fry

Blackphone 2 (privacy cell phone)

SodaStream is making a new machine that can carbonate basically anything

Swifty Teaches You to Code in Swift on Your iPhone or iPad

Weird Science

EARTH’S MOST POWERFUL PHYSICS MACHINE GETS BACK IN ACTION

NASA’s Opportunity rover just completed an 11-year marathon on Mars

Plugging a 1986 Mac Plus into the modern Web

First (Contraband) Corned Beef Sandwich in Space 50 Years Ago

2015
03.20

Geek Gathering – Friday, April 3

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We will be meeting at Khon’s Wine Darts And Coffee located at 2808 Milam.

There’s plenty of free parking and Khon’s offers a great beer and wine selection with many dining options nearby.

The event starts around 7:30 and goes until ?

You don’t have to be a geek to attend. Heck, you don’t even have to be a current listener of the show. This event is a casual meet-up for anyone interested in technology or social media in all its forms and a great opportunity to just hang out with like minded individuals.

There is no need to RSVP, but if you have a Facebook account you can let us know you’re coming at the Facebook Event Page

We hope to see you there!