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Hacker Public Radio
HPR3786: HPR Community News for January 2023

Hacker Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023


table td.shrink { white-space:nowrap } New hosts Welcome to our new host: enistello. Last Month's Shows Id Day Date Title Host 3761 Mon 2023-01-02 HPR Community News for December 2022 HPR Volunteers 3762 Tue 2023-01-03 Existence is pain operat0r 3763 Wed 2023-01-04 The Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon Mike Ray 3764 Thu 2023-01-05 My text-focused journey into tech enistello 3765 Fri 2023-01-06 Fixing clock events in GBA pokemon cartridges Celeste 3766 Mon 2023-01-09 ACER Nitro 5 laptop review Bookewyrmm 3767 Tue 2023-01-10 LP article from Wikipedia Archer72 3768 Wed 2023-01-11 Jeep Ignition Repair Stache_AF 3769 Thu 2023-01-12 Crouching laptop, hidden server (part 0). Some Guy On The Internet 3770 Fri 2023-01-13 Tucson Ahuka 3771 Mon 2023-01-16 How I eliminated pain naturally Paul Quirk 3772 Tue 2023-01-17 Adventures with a small solar panel Andrew Conway 3773 Wed 2023-01-18 My Public Speaking Rules Mike Ray 3774 Thu 2023-01-19 Emergency Show posted in 2014. Chump Car Report David Whitman 3775 Fri 2023-01-20 Emergency Show posted in 2014. How to make a punch-card computer Mike Ray 3776 Mon 2023-01-23 A linux distro review Bookewyrmm 3777 Tue 2023-01-24 Running Haiku on Bhyve, the BSD Hypervisor Claudio Miranda 3778 Wed 2023-01-25 A Squirrel Beeing on Google Products and Google Security Zen_Floater2 3779 Thu 2023-01-26 Just Because You Can Do a Thing... Trey 3780 Fri 2023-01-27 Fediverse Update May 2022 Ahuka 3781 Mon 2023-01-30 The Joule Thief Andrew Conway 3782 Tue 2023-01-31 Content Format article from Wikipedia Archer72 Comments this month These are comments which have been made during the past month, either to shows released during the month or to past shows. There are 27 comments in total. Past shows There are 8 comments on 6 previous shows: hpr1240 (2013-05-03) "Doomsday Rule" by Charles in NJ. Comment 1: Charles in NJ on 2023-01-20: "Doomsday Python Code" hpr3751 (2022-12-19) "Using Noisetorch" by Deltaray. Comment 1: Ken Fallon on 2023-01-22: "Wow this actually works" hpr3753 (2022-12-21) "Some thoughts on "Numeronyms"" by Dave Morriss. Comment 1: dnt on 2023-01-16: "Pure obscurantism" Comment 2: Dave Morriss on 2023-01-18: "Thanks dnt" hpr3754 (2022-12-22) "GOD probably will use a Chromebook" by Zen_Floater2. Comment 2: dnt on 2023-01-18: "Trippy as hell" hpr3758 (2022-12-28) "First sysadmin job - war story" by norrist. Comment 1: Windigo on 2023-01-12: "What a "whodunit"!" Comment 2: brian-in-ohio on 2023-01-25: "love the show" hpr3759 (2022-12-29) "Chatting with dnt." by Some Guy On The Internet. Comment 1: one_of_spoons on 2023-01-28: "RISC V emulators." This month's shows There are 19 comments on 11 of this month's shows: hpr3762 (2023-01-03) "Existence is pain" by operat0r. Comment 1: Trey on 2023-01-03: "Thanks for sharing."Comment 2: one_of_spoons on 2023-01-28: "Character entry devices." hpr3763 (2023-01-04) "The Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon" by Mike Ray. Comment 1: Viv on 2023-01-05: "Meta Baader-Meinhof"Comment 2: Mike Ray on 2023-01-06: "I rest my case" hpr3764 (2023-01-05) "My text-focused journey into tech" by enistello. Comment 1: brian-in-ohio on 2023-01-25: "emacs rocks" hpr3766 (2023-01-09) "ACER Nitro 5 laptop review" by Bookewyrmm. Comment 1: ClaudioM on 2023-01-12: "Good Review, but Still Avoiding Gaming Laptops"Comment 2: bookeyrmm on 2023-01-13: "reply to claudio" hpr3767 (2023-01-10) "LP article from Wikipedia" by Archer72. Comment 1: Celeste on 2023-01-10: "Riaa curve and italian youtuber video" hpr3768 (2023-01-11) "Jeep Ignition Repair" by Stache_AF. Comment 1: one_of_spoons on 2023-01-28: "Ear pieces." hpr3771 (2023-01-16) "How I eliminated pain naturally" by Paul Quirk. Comment 1: brian-in-ohio on 2023-01-25: "music" hpr3772 (2023-01-17) "Adventures with a small solar panel" by Andrew Conway. Comment 1: brian-in-ohio on 2023-01-25: "good info" hpr3773 (2023-01-18) "My Public Speaking Rules" by Mike Ray. Comment 1: mpardo on 2023-01-18: "A "must listen" to all who aspire to speak to an audience"Comment 2: Trey on 2023-01-18: "Thanks for sharing."Comment 3: one_of_spoons on 2023-01-19: "Professional demeanour."Comment 4: Mike Ray on 2023-01-20: "Thanks very much to everybody. I listened back to this when it was published. I hope the Christmas b"Comment 5: Mike Ray on 2023-01-21: "Messed up that last comment" hpr3776 (2023-01-23) "A linux distro review" by Bookewyrmm. Comment 1: brian-in-ohio on 2023-01-25: "how to do it" hpr3778 (2023-01-25) "A Squirrel Beeing on Google Products and Google Security" by Zen_Floater2. Comment 1: brian-in-ohio on 2023-01-25: "2fa"Comment 2: JohnnyLawrence on 2023-01-26: "Whoafully misinformed" Mailing List discussions Policy decisions surrounding HPR are taken by the community as a whole. This discussion takes place on the Mail List which is open to all HPR listeners and contributors. The discussions are open and available on the HPR server under Mailman. The threaded discussions this month can be found here: https://hackerpublicradio.org/pipermail/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org/2023-January/thread.html Events Calendar With the kind permission of LWN.net we are linking to The LWN.net Community Calendar. Quoting the site: This is the LWN.net community event calendar, where we track events of interest to people using and developing Linux and free software. Clicking on individual events will take you to the appropriate web page. Any other business Show transcripts Transcripts of audio have been generated for shows since December 2022, using the Whisper tool. Ken Fallon has been working on this project, and has also been transcribing the older shows from hpr0001 to the present day. This part of the project is complete. The transcripts have been attached to each show on the HPR website, and are in the process of being added on archive.org. Whisper on GitHub Older HPR shows on archive.org, phase 2 This "re-upload" project is now ended. All shows from 871 to 2429 have been re-uploaded with all audio files and other assets.

K12 Tech Talk
Episode 106 - We got an email from Sh1mmer

K12 Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 55:05


We had so many listener emails that we can't get to them all this week. We will save a few for next week, but keep 'em coming! A few weeks ago, we talked about Sh1mmer, the new shim package that was released that allowed individuals to remove Chromebooks from Google Admin Console, etc. We received an email from the group who developed Sh1mmer and they wanted to clarify some items that we got wrong. In this episode, Chris tells the story of the email exchange with two people from the group, including us asking Jack Rhysider from Darknet Diaries for some tips, and then there's a plot twist at the end that surprised us. We have a few listener emails; one about mandated reporter laws and what we got wrong (We are sensing a theme here) and one about internet access for the public and during sporting events in schools.   We also interview Megan, a ClassLink user, about how ClassLink has changed her life for the better. And, of course, we have the Forti-Question-of-the-Week... What are you doing for internet and phone redundancy? ClassLink Fortinet - Email fortinetpodcast@fortinet.com SomethingCool.com - Cybersecurity Solutions Extreme Networks - Email dmayer@extremenetworks.com Provision Data Solutions Oh, and... Email us at k12techtalk@gmail.com Tweet us @k12techtalkpod Visit our LinkedIn page HERE Hang out with us at K12TechPro.com Buy our merch!!!

The Chrome Cast
Will Samsung Ever Make A Galaxy Chromebook Ultra?

The Chrome Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 63:31


This week on The Chrome Cast, we spend quite a bit of time talking through the latest Unpacked event from Samsung. On February 1st, Samsung took the wraps off their new phones – the Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra – and a few other interesting new products as well. In the midst of those other products was a new Windows laptop called the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, and that impressive device caused a bit of a stir here in the Chrome Unboxed offices. While it had little to do with any of us wanting to buy this new laptop, the introduction and attention to detail in the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra absolutely had us all wishing Samsung would get back in the high-end Chromebook game. LINKS We asked, you answered: $800 is where it's at for premium Chromebooks Will we ever see something like a Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Ultra? Where to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S23/S23+ and S23 Ultra Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event Shop Penoval USI 2.0 pen here (promo code 05Unboxed). Fueled by Fresh Roasted Coffee! CLICK HERE to buy the special edition Chrome Unboxed bag. This episode is also brought to you by NordVPN. CLICK HERE to try it out and get 2 years for $3.29 per month. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
This Week in Google 701: Bring Me a Leaf Blower

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 156:11


AI-Generated Seinfeld-Like Twitch 'TV Show' Is Peak Absurdity. ChatGPT is about to get even better and Microsoft's Bing could win big. Google testing ChatGPT-like chatbot 'Apprentice Bard' with employees. Back At Google Again, Cofounder Sergey Brin Just Filed His First Code Request In Years. History of AI by Shaan Ray. MusicLM: Generating Music From Text. AI-Generated Voice Firm Clamps Down After 4chan Makes Celebrity Voices for Abuse. OpenAI offers error-prone AI detector amid fears of a machine-stuffed future. Creative Writing with an AI-Powered Writing Assistant: Perspectives from Professional Writers. Is AI-written content replacing cheap old content farms? Meta Wins Court Nod to Buy VR Startup Within Unlimited in Loss for Khan's FTC. The flight tracker that powered @ElonJet has taken a left turn. How is it legal to track private planes like Elon Musk's? US hacks back against Hive ransomware crew. Twitter co-founder says Elon Musk 'doesn't seem like' the right person to own company. Everything Samsung Announced at Galaxy Unpacked 2023. Live test of Clear Calling. Google's Fuchsia OS was one of the hardest hit by last week's layoffs. Intel just took the worst beating in earnings in over a decade. Android 13 QPR2 Beta 3 now available for Pixel phones. Latest Pixel Buds A-series 3.519.0 firmware update breaks Bluetooth pairing. YouTube TV losing MLB Network starting today. Google hosting in-person Cloud Next '23 this August. Chrome for Android rolling out fingerprint unlock for Incognito tabs. PSA: Gmail's new package tracking interface is now live if you know where to look. New leaked specs suggest 'Pixel Tablet Pro' might not be a thing after all. Acer's newest Chromebooks are built to be classroom-ready. Google says Lens and Maps Live View are 'prelude to [its] long-term vision' for AR. Google Fi says hackers accessed customers' information. Instagram's co-founders are mounting a comeback. Spotify axes podcast head Dawn Ostroff in cutbacks. Picks: Stacey - The Sorcerer of Pyongyang: A Novel. Jeff - Appliance makers sad that 50% of customers won't connect smart appliances. Jeff - I'm on Team dog. Ant - You People. Ant - I'm Very Angry, So I'm Campaigning. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: Miro.com/podcast eightsleep.com/twit

This Week in Google (MP3)
TWiG 701: Bring Me a Leaf Blower - ChatGPT and Bing, Samsung Unpacked 2023, Clear Calling demo, Artifact

This Week in Google (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 156:12


AI-Generated Seinfeld-Like Twitch 'TV Show' Is Peak Absurdity. ChatGPT is about to get even better and Microsoft's Bing could win big. Google testing ChatGPT-like chatbot 'Apprentice Bard' with employees. Back At Google Again, Cofounder Sergey Brin Just Filed His First Code Request In Years. History of AI by Shaan Ray. MusicLM: Generating Music From Text. AI-Generated Voice Firm Clamps Down After 4chan Makes Celebrity Voices for Abuse. OpenAI offers error-prone AI detector amid fears of a machine-stuffed future. Creative Writing with an AI-Powered Writing Assistant: Perspectives from Professional Writers. Is AI-written content replacing cheap old content farms? Meta Wins Court Nod to Buy VR Startup Within Unlimited in Loss for Khan's FTC. The flight tracker that powered @ElonJet has taken a left turn. How is it legal to track private planes like Elon Musk's? US hacks back against Hive ransomware crew. Twitter co-founder says Elon Musk 'doesn't seem like' the right person to own company. Everything Samsung Announced at Galaxy Unpacked 2023. Live test of Clear Calling. Google's Fuchsia OS was one of the hardest hit by last week's layoffs. Intel just took the worst beating in earnings in over a decade. Android 13 QPR2 Beta 3 now available for Pixel phones. Latest Pixel Buds A-series 3.519.0 firmware update breaks Bluetooth pairing. YouTube TV losing MLB Network starting today. Google hosting in-person Cloud Next '23 this August. Chrome for Android rolling out fingerprint unlock for Incognito tabs. PSA: Gmail's new package tracking interface is now live if you know where to look. New leaked specs suggest 'Pixel Tablet Pro' might not be a thing after all. Acer's newest Chromebooks are built to be classroom-ready. Google says Lens and Maps Live View are 'prelude to [its] long-term vision' for AR. Google Fi says hackers accessed customers' information. Instagram's co-founders are mounting a comeback. Spotify axes podcast head Dawn Ostroff in cutbacks. Picks: Stacey - The Sorcerer of Pyongyang: A Novel. Jeff - Appliance makers sad that 50% of customers won't connect smart appliances. Jeff - I'm on Team dog. Ant - You People. Ant - I'm Very Angry, So I'm Campaigning. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: Miro.com/podcast eightsleep.com/twit

SANS Internet Stormcenter Daily Network/Cyber Security and Information Security Stormcast

Detecting Malicious OneNote Files https://isc.sans.edu/diary/Detecting%20%28Malicious%29%20OneNote%20Files/29494 Microsoft Defender Device Isolation for Linux https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-defender-for-endpoint/announcing-device-isolation-support-for-linux/ba-p/3676400 SH1MMER Exploit for Chromebooks https://sh1mmer.me DOMPDF SVG Parsing Vulnerability https://github.com/dompdf/dompdf/security/advisories/GHSA-3cw5-7cxw-v5qg

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
This Week in Google 701: Bring Me a Leaf Blower

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 156:12


AI-Generated Seinfeld-Like Twitch 'TV Show' Is Peak Absurdity. ChatGPT is about to get even better and Microsoft's Bing could win big. Google testing ChatGPT-like chatbot 'Apprentice Bard' with employees. Back At Google Again, Cofounder Sergey Brin Just Filed His First Code Request In Years. History of AI by Shaan Ray. MusicLM: Generating Music From Text. AI-Generated Voice Firm Clamps Down After 4chan Makes Celebrity Voices for Abuse. OpenAI offers error-prone AI detector amid fears of a machine-stuffed future. Creative Writing with an AI-Powered Writing Assistant: Perspectives from Professional Writers. Is AI-written content replacing cheap old content farms? Meta Wins Court Nod to Buy VR Startup Within Unlimited in Loss for Khan's FTC. The flight tracker that powered @ElonJet has taken a left turn. How is it legal to track private planes like Elon Musk's? US hacks back against Hive ransomware crew. Twitter co-founder says Elon Musk 'doesn't seem like' the right person to own company. Everything Samsung Announced at Galaxy Unpacked 2023. Live test of Clear Calling. Google's Fuchsia OS was one of the hardest hit by last week's layoffs. Intel just took the worst beating in earnings in over a decade. Android 13 QPR2 Beta 3 now available for Pixel phones. Latest Pixel Buds A-series 3.519.0 firmware update breaks Bluetooth pairing. YouTube TV losing MLB Network starting today. Google hosting in-person Cloud Next '23 this August. Chrome for Android rolling out fingerprint unlock for Incognito tabs. PSA: Gmail's new package tracking interface is now live if you know where to look. New leaked specs suggest 'Pixel Tablet Pro' might not be a thing after all. Acer's newest Chromebooks are built to be classroom-ready. Google says Lens and Maps Live View are 'prelude to [its] long-term vision' for AR. Google Fi says hackers accessed customers' information. Instagram's co-founders are mounting a comeback. Spotify axes podcast head Dawn Ostroff in cutbacks. Picks: Stacey - The Sorcerer of Pyongyang: A Novel. Jeff - Appliance makers sad that 50% of customers won't connect smart appliances. Jeff - I'm on Team dog. Ant - You People. Ant - I'm Very Angry, So I'm Campaigning. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: Miro.com/podcast eightsleep.com/twit

This Week in Google (Video HI)
TWiG 701: Bring Me a Leaf Blower - ChatGPT and Bing, Samsung Unpacked 2023, Clear Calling demo, Artifact

This Week in Google (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 156:11


AI-Generated Seinfeld-Like Twitch 'TV Show' Is Peak Absurdity. ChatGPT is about to get even better and Microsoft's Bing could win big. Google testing ChatGPT-like chatbot 'Apprentice Bard' with employees. Back At Google Again, Cofounder Sergey Brin Just Filed His First Code Request In Years. History of AI by Shaan Ray. MusicLM: Generating Music From Text. AI-Generated Voice Firm Clamps Down After 4chan Makes Celebrity Voices for Abuse. OpenAI offers error-prone AI detector amid fears of a machine-stuffed future. Creative Writing with an AI-Powered Writing Assistant: Perspectives from Professional Writers. Is AI-written content replacing cheap old content farms? Meta Wins Court Nod to Buy VR Startup Within Unlimited in Loss for Khan's FTC. The flight tracker that powered @ElonJet has taken a left turn. How is it legal to track private planes like Elon Musk's? US hacks back against Hive ransomware crew. Twitter co-founder says Elon Musk 'doesn't seem like' the right person to own company. Everything Samsung Announced at Galaxy Unpacked 2023. Live test of Clear Calling. Google's Fuchsia OS was one of the hardest hit by last week's layoffs. Intel just took the worst beating in earnings in over a decade. Android 13 QPR2 Beta 3 now available for Pixel phones. Latest Pixel Buds A-series 3.519.0 firmware update breaks Bluetooth pairing. YouTube TV losing MLB Network starting today. Google hosting in-person Cloud Next '23 this August. Chrome for Android rolling out fingerprint unlock for Incognito tabs. PSA: Gmail's new package tracking interface is now live if you know where to look. New leaked specs suggest 'Pixel Tablet Pro' might not be a thing after all. Acer's newest Chromebooks are built to be classroom-ready. Google says Lens and Maps Live View are 'prelude to [its] long-term vision' for AR. Google Fi says hackers accessed customers' information. Instagram's co-founders are mounting a comeback. Spotify axes podcast head Dawn Ostroff in cutbacks. Picks: Stacey - The Sorcerer of Pyongyang: A Novel. Jeff - Appliance makers sad that 50% of customers won't connect smart appliances. Jeff - I'm on Team dog. Ant - You People. Ant - I'm Very Angry, So I'm Campaigning. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: Miro.com/podcast eightsleep.com/twit

Radio Leo (Audio)
This Week in Google 701: Bring Me a Leaf Blower

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 156:12


AI-Generated Seinfeld-Like Twitch 'TV Show' Is Peak Absurdity. ChatGPT is about to get even better and Microsoft's Bing could win big. Google testing ChatGPT-like chatbot 'Apprentice Bard' with employees. Back At Google Again, Cofounder Sergey Brin Just Filed His First Code Request In Years. History of AI by Shaan Ray. MusicLM: Generating Music From Text. AI-Generated Voice Firm Clamps Down After 4chan Makes Celebrity Voices for Abuse. OpenAI offers error-prone AI detector amid fears of a machine-stuffed future. Creative Writing with an AI-Powered Writing Assistant: Perspectives from Professional Writers. Is AI-written content replacing cheap old content farms? Meta Wins Court Nod to Buy VR Startup Within Unlimited in Loss for Khan's FTC. The flight tracker that powered @ElonJet has taken a left turn. How is it legal to track private planes like Elon Musk's? US hacks back against Hive ransomware crew. Twitter co-founder says Elon Musk 'doesn't seem like' the right person to own company. Everything Samsung Announced at Galaxy Unpacked 2023. Live test of Clear Calling. Google's Fuchsia OS was one of the hardest hit by last week's layoffs. Intel just took the worst beating in earnings in over a decade. Android 13 QPR2 Beta 3 now available for Pixel phones. Latest Pixel Buds A-series 3.519.0 firmware update breaks Bluetooth pairing. YouTube TV losing MLB Network starting today. Google hosting in-person Cloud Next '23 this August. Chrome for Android rolling out fingerprint unlock for Incognito tabs. PSA: Gmail's new package tracking interface is now live if you know where to look. New leaked specs suggest 'Pixel Tablet Pro' might not be a thing after all. Acer's newest Chromebooks are built to be classroom-ready. Google says Lens and Maps Live View are 'prelude to [its] long-term vision' for AR. Google Fi says hackers accessed customers' information. Instagram's co-founders are mounting a comeback. Spotify axes podcast head Dawn Ostroff in cutbacks. Picks: Stacey - The Sorcerer of Pyongyang: A Novel. Jeff - Appliance makers sad that 50% of customers won't connect smart appliances. Jeff - I'm on Team dog. Ant - You People. Ant - I'm Very Angry, So I'm Campaigning. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: Miro.com/podcast eightsleep.com/twit

The Chrome Cast
Is the consumer world ready for HP's premium Dragonfly Pro Chromebook?

The Chrome Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 69:24


This week on The Chrome Cast, we begin the episode by getting the elephant out of the room right off the bat: Robby bought a Tesla. The stars aligned and with a great trade-in, reduced price, and the new federal tax credit, the timing was right. The excitement is obvious, but it gives way to some new content that could come from the Chrome Unboxed crew down the road if things work out. The rest of our show focuses on two Chromebooks: one full of potential and one that's a bit of a letdown. Our review of the ASUS Chromebook Flip CX5601 reveals a bit of a disappointment while our hopes for the upcoming HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook couldn't be higher right now. We are still waiting for official word on the latter, but it feels like it should be soon, and this new Chromebook begs the question: is the consumer market ready for another big swing at a premium Chromebook? We sure hope so! VIEW SHOW LINKS - (https://chromeunboxed.com/the-chrome-cast-212-hp-dragonfly-pro-chromebook/) This episode is brought to you by Cameyo, the Chrome Enterprise Recommended virtualization solution that enables you to deliver all of your apps - including Windows, Linux, SaaS, and internal apps - to Chromebooks. CLICK HERE to get started today. Fueled by Fresh Roasted Coffee! CLICK HERE to buy the special edition Chrome Unboxed bag. This episode is also brought to you by NordVPN. CLICK HERE to try it out and get 2 years for $3.29 per month. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support

K12 Tech Talk
Episode 105 - Listener Emails and Eric

K12 Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 65:02


Mark is absent (AKA suspended for his actions last week), so Eric fills in for him. We have two listener emails; one about Chromebook rotation and one about interactive boards/panels. We talk about ChatGPT's Terms of Service requirement of 18 years old for use. We talk about Google Meet and Zoom supporting each other's clients and interoperability. We also go down another "rabbit hole" about taking time to block VPNs and content filter avoidance websites.  Mark should be off suspension and return next week. Google Meet and Zoom article we talk about Visit our sponsors: ClassLink Fortinet - Email fortinetpodcast@fortinet.com SomethingCool.com - Cybersecurity Solutions Extreme Networks - Email dmayer@extremenetworks.com Provision Data Solutions Oh, and... Email us at k12techtalk@gmail.com Tweet us @k12techtalkpod Visit our LinkedIn page HERE Hang out with us at K12TechPro.com Buy our merch!!!

The News Cycle
Power shortage at the Co-op feeds the hungry

The News Cycle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 10:01


The power shortages all over Davis, including the Co-op, resulted in a giveaway that helped feed those in need. Also, a movie review of Avatar: The Way of Water and an investigation on the lack of Chromebooks in the district. Packages by Max Davis-Housefield, Lucas Lui, and Jeremiah Haskins. Produced by Maria Anderson and Naneh Grigor.

The Chrome Cast
Stadia's death gives way to new life in cloud gaming

The Chrome Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 63:34


This week, we felt it was only fitting to not only discuss Stadia's final death, but also the cloud gaming revolution it looks to have started. While many of the main players in the cloud gaming space have been around for quite some time, Google's efforts with Stadia brought the idea of streaming games to the forefront and regardless of whether or not it ever rises again from the ashes, the entire industry has them to thank for stoking those fires. Moving forward, services like GeForce NOW are looking to pick up the slack, and with recent improvements and advancements, we're all a bit shocked by just how good cloud gaming has become in the past year or so. Though Stadia as a platform is gone, its legacy surely lives on and the Chromebook gaming scene is better for it. LINKS It looks like converted Bluetooth Stadia controllers will get firmware updates through 2023 You can now officially unlock your Stadia controller The Chrome Cast 210: Evolution of Steam gaming on Chromebooks with Google's Zach Alcorn Stadia says farewell with a beautiful parting gift for its players [U] Nvidia GeForce NOW just added an ‘Ultimate' tier with better features and no additional cost Fueled by Fresh Roasted Coffee! CLICK HERE to buy the special edition Chrome Unboxed bag. This episode is also brought to you by NordVPN. CLICK HERE to try it out and get 2 years for $3.29 per month. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support

K12 Tech Talk
Episode 104 - Forti-what?

K12 Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 50:31


The guys are off the rails tonight. They have a listener email that asks some tough questions, they talk about the sh1mmer vulnerability affecting Chromebooks, and they talk about going down rabbit holes and spending time to address issues. Chris and Josh talk about an Extreme Networks boot camp they went to, and then the guys wrap it up with Fortinet's Security Segment Question of the Week... and that's when the wheels fall off. We aren't sure how the Fortinet marketing folks will respond to our great ideas for product names! Visit our sponsors: ClassLink Fortinet - Email fortinetpodcast@fortinet.com SomethingCool.com - Cybersecurity Solutions Extreme Networks - Email dmayer@extremenetworks.com Provision Data Solutions Oh, and... Email us at k12techtalk@gmail.com Tweet us @k12techtalkpod Visit our LinkedIn page HERE Hang out with us at K12TechPro.com Buy our merch!!!

Wharton FinTech Podcast
Vishal Garg, Founder & CEO at Better - Making homeownership simpler, faster, and more accessible

Wharton FinTech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 41:32


Tarang Gupta hosts Vishal Garg, Founder and CEO at Better, the #1 digital mortgage lender in the US. In this episode you will hear about: - Vishal's belief that credit is a great socio-economic equalizer - How trying to get a mortgage turned into the inspiration behind Better - The unique thing about Better that makes it a true marketplace - Secret to Vishal's repeated entrepreneurial success - One professional decision that Vishal would like to change And much more! About Vishal Garg Vishal is the Founder and CEO of Better. At 21 years old, Vishal dropped out of the investment banking analyst program at Morgan Stanley to start MyRichUncle, which he grew to the second largest private student lender in the United States. Vishal has received numerous awards, including E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year and Housing Wire's Most Influential Mortgage Executive. Vishal is also an advocate for leveling the playing field through public education. In 2021, he launched a partnership with the Fund for Public Schools in NYC, donating nearly $2M to purchase Chromebooks, iPads, books, and uniforms for New York City public school students. About Better Better is on a mission to make homeownership faster, cheaper, and just plain better for all Americans. Since its founding in 2015, Better has originated over $100 billion in home loans, more than $38 billion in insurance, and over $3 billion in real estate transactions, all entirely online and commission-free. For more FinTech insights, follow us on WFT Medium: medium.com/wharton-fintech WFT Twitter: twitter.com/whartonfintech WFT Instagram: instagram.com/whartonfintech Tarang's Twitter: twitter.com/tg_tarang Tarang's LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/taranggupta100

TWiT Bits (MP3)
Fr. Robert's Android Gadgets from CES 2023

TWiT Bits (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 11:04


On All About Android Fr. Robert Ballecer brought on the show a few Android related gadgets from CES 2023. For the full episode, visit twit.tv/aaa/613 Hosts: Ron Richards and Florence Ion Guest: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/ Sponsor: acilearning.com

TWiT Bits (Video HD)
Fr. Robert's Android Gadgets from CES 2023

TWiT Bits (Video HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 11:04


On All About Android Fr. Robert Ballecer brought on the show a few Android related gadgets from CES 2023. For the full episode, visit twit.tv/aaa/613 Hosts: Ron Richards and Florence Ion Guest: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/ Sponsor: acilearning.com

The Chromebook Classroom Podcast
2023 Google Educator Exam Prep: Expert Advice and Study Strategies

The Chromebook Classroom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 38:40


In this episode you will hear my thoughts and advice on taking (and passing) the level 1 and level 2 Google educator exams in 2023. I take these exams at least once a year and I'm always happy to share my experience to help you pass these exams. I know that many of you are instructional coaches who are helping other teachers earn their certification. I hope this episode will provide useful information for you as well. Episode Sponsor: VIZOR provides Chromebook 1:1 Management Software for Schools. You can schedule a no-obligation demo of VIZOR and receive 20% off your first year!   ----------------------------- Thanks for tuning into the Chromebook Classroom Podcast! If you enjoyed today's episode, I would appreciate your honest rating and review! You can connect with me, John Sowash, on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. I would love to hear your thoughts on the show!

The Chrome Cast
Evolution of Steam gaming on Chromebooks with Google's Zach Alcorn

The Chrome Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 43:38


Today on The Chrome Cast podcast, we're back with another interview episode and this time around we are chatting with Zach Alcorn who is a Product Manager at Google working on Gaming for ChromeOS. More specifically, Zach has been working tirelessly on a project that allows you to play Steam games on your Chromebook and has been heavily involved in the recent announcement of the beta version of Steam on ChromeOS entering the Beta channel. In our chat, we talk through all of the details regarding the Beta announcement, expanded availability, the game library, how they are improving the user experience, what it's like to work with Valve, and so much more. If you are a gamer or game developer, this is one that you will want to check out. LINKS Steam on Chromebooks is now in Beta The Chromium Projects – Steam on ChromeOS The Chrome Cast 199: ChromeOS 107 and Steam on Chromebooks hits the Beta Channel Supported Device List Game List Proton DB Fueled by Fresh Roasted Coffee! CLICK HERE to buy the special edition Chrome Unboxed bag. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support

The Tech Addicts Podcast
Sunday 15th January - Walkman and Compact Cameras

The Tech Addicts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 116:26


With Gareth Myles and Ted Salmon Join us on Mewe RSS Link: https://techaddicts.libsyn.com/rss Direct Download iTunes | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Tunein | Spotify  Amazon | Pocket Casts | Castbox | PodHubUK Feedback and Contributions Hardline on the hardware Google accidentally reveals an upcoming device will launch with Fuchsia - Fuchsia  Nowatch Could floating solar farms survive out at sea? Ricoh launches new GR III 'Diary Edition' Sony NW-ZX707 previewed ahead of release with high-end components running Android 12 Sony Walkman NW-A306 music player unveiled Gen Z-ers are ditching smartphones and are using digital cameras for photos these days - Retro Mad with iPod Apps 10.1-inch Android Tablet Ulefone Tab A8 Launching In January Scientists create world's smallest record that can barely be seen by human eye It's official: Samsung Galaxy S23 Unpacked event is happening on February 1 - S23 Ultra Specs Microsoft 365 Basic $1.99/m comes with 100GB of OneDrive storage, Outlook, and more Reports Show Americans pay around 700% More for Data than Consumers in the UK The Name of the Game Google will unlock Bluetooth support on Stadia Controller as the platform dies  Flap your trap about an App VPN by Google One now available for desktop Samsung Galaxy phones get 'Matter Easy Pair' for quick smart home setups Microsoft Office's next big trick could be using AI to write your docs for you - Have a go yourself (you have to open an account and get an SMS code) YouTube Shorts revenue sharing starts February 1 as new Partner Program agreement rolls out Google Discover rolls out three-column UI ahead of Pixel Tablet Chrome Corner Reminder… How to find your Chromebook's update schedule and how many updates you have left Asus Chromebook CM14m - Hands on Video - Article Hark Back VHS Boxes Bargain Basement: Best UK deals and tech on sale we have spotted This ivoler £38 Steam Deck dock is a great alternative to Valve's official model Logitech MX Keys Mini Minimalist Wireless Illuminated Keyboard - £69.99 Was: £109.99  Logitech G435 Lightspeed Bluetooth Wireless Gaming Headset £75 to £50 TECKNET PD Power Bank, 22.5W PD3.0 QC4.0 10000mAH Mobile Phone Portable Charger External Battery Pack - £15.99 (Mediam price - £19.99) AMD Ryzen 7 5700X Desktop Processor £329 down to £185 Samsung USB Type-C™ 256GB 400MB/s USB 3.1 Flash Drive - £23.99 Sony Xperia 10 IV £399 down to £346 (with 5 x £69.25) Main Show URL: http://www.techaddicts.uk | PodHubUK Contact:: gareth@techaddicts.uk | @techaddictsuk Gareth - @garethmyles | garethmyles.com | Gareth's Ko-Fi Ted - tedsalmon.com | Ted's PayPal | Ted's Amazon | tedsalmon@post.com YouTube: Tech Addicts

The Chrome Cast
All about our time at CES 2023

The Chrome Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 73:01


This week on The Chrome Cast, we discussed all the things we saw and tried at CES 2023 in Las Vegas last week. It goes without saying that there were a ton of new ChromeOS devices from Chromeboxes to Chromebooks and it was our busiest CES yet. We've published videos for all of it and for this week's podcast, we talk through all of that hardware to get you caught up on all the fun stuff we experienced while out there. It was a fun trip and we're really excited to have CES back in person again this time around. LINKS CES 2023: HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook hands-on impressions [VIDEO] CES 2023: ASUS Chromebook CM14 hands-on impressions [VIDEO] CES 2023: Hands-on with the ASUS Chromebook Vibe CX34 Flip [VIDEO] Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 3i Chromebook hands-on at CES 2023 [VIDEO] CES 2023: Hands-on with Acer's inventive Add-in-One Chromebox [VIDEO] Best of CES 2023: ChromeOS steals the show The ASUS Chromebox 5 adds a unique and awesome new feature CES 2023 highlights an upturn in affordable Chromebooks HP's new Dragonfly Pro Chromebook may be the Pixelbook Go sequel I've been waiting for 3 new non-Chromebook devices I saw at CES 2023 that really impressed me The gorgeous ASUS Chromebook Vibe Flip CX34 is available for pre-order Fueled by Fresh Roasted Coffee! CLICK HERE to buy the special edition Chrome Unboxed bag. This episode is also brought to you by NordVPN. CLICK HERE to try it out and get 2 years for $3.29 per month. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support

Material
394: The Mess After CES

Material

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 69:01


Your co-hosts pull it together to bring you a super-sized episode about CES 2023. What did Flo see, touch, hear, and feel? A bit too much all at once, as CES is absolute sensory overload. But in the midst of it was some noteworthy news about satellite connectivity coming to Android smartphones, Google's services in the car, and a giant tablet that should reconsider life as a Chromebook.

Relay FM Master Feed
Material 394: The Mess After CES

Relay FM Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 69:01


Your co-hosts pull it together to bring you a super-sized episode about CES 2023. What did Flo see, touch, hear, and feel? A bit too much all at once, as CES is absolute sensory overload. But in the midst of it was some noteworthy news about satellite connectivity coming to Android smartphones, Google's services in the car, and a giant tablet that should reconsider life as a Chromebook.

TalkingHeadz on enterprise communications
How to Use Chrome to Give Contact Centers a Shine

TalkingHeadz on enterprise communications

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 44:28 Transcription Available


TalkingHeadz is an interview format series featuring the movers and shakers of enterprise communications - we also have great guests.  In this episode, we check in with Raluca Monet of Google's Chrome Enterprise Recommended (CER) Team. Chrome is a very popular internet browser, but there's more to than many realize. Chrome Enterprise offers organizations a number of advanced features. Chrome Enterprise Recommended recognizes solutions that leverage Chromebooks, Chrome Desks, and ChromeOS. Chrome Enterprise offers a number of management and security features that can benefit a variety of use cases. There are several CER programs, and in this episode we dive into CER CCaaS. Although Chrome can work with several premises-based solutions, the CCaaS sectors have embraced the browser over traditional software clients. Once the agent's desktop is on a browser, why bother with a full PC?  Chromebooks are less expensive to purchase, secure, deploy, and maintain. Raluca  works directly with CXO level executives to improve profitability and create sustainable growth for corporations. Raluca's areas of expertise include strategy formulation, organizational transformation, operational strategy, profit improvement and performance measurement. She joined Google in 2015. 

For The Love of EdTech
Device Management with Our Sponsor: VIZOR

For The Love of EdTech

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 27:00


The number of devices schools have to manage has grown exponentially over the last 10 years, especially during the height of the pandemic. VIZOR helps districts keep an inventory of their devices – from Chromebooks to iPads to Smart Boards – while storing each device's purchase, usage, repair and warranty information along with much more. In this sponsored episode, learn how VIZOR is working with districts to streamline the way devices are handled.Episode sponsored by: VIZOR, helping you and your district simplify management of a fleet of chromebooks. https://www.vizor.cloud/loveedtech

All CNET Video Podcasts (HD)
Asus Debuts New Business-Ready Chromebooks at CES 2023

All CNET Video Podcasts (HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023


At CES 2023, PC maker Asus unveils new, lighter, and thinner Chromebooks including the Chromebook Vibe CX34 Flip and Expertbook B9 OLED.

All CNET Video Podcasts (HD)
Asus Reveals Hands-Free 3D OLED Screen With Spatial Vision

All CNET Video Podcasts (HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023


At CES 2023, Asus introduces for the first time a hands-free 3D graphic technology app, called Spatial Vision, coming to its various Chromebooks soon.

Hacker Public Radio
HPR3761: HPR Community News for December 2022

Hacker Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023


table td.shrink { white-space:nowrap } New hosts There were no new hosts this month. Last Month's Shows Id Day Date Title Host 3739 Thu 2022-12-01 Multipactors for the masses. one_of_spoons 3740 Fri 2022-12-02 Batch File Variables; Nested Batch Files Ahuka 3741 Mon 2022-12-05 HPR Community News for November 2022 HPR Volunteers 3742 Tue 2022-12-06 Battery Ken Fallon 3743 Wed 2022-12-07 HPR News Some Guy On The Internet 3744 Thu 2022-12-08 Advent of code Day 1 - 4 Daniel Persson 3745 Fri 2022-12-09 Pinecil walkthrough Archer72 3746 Mon 2022-12-12 Cpuinfo Klaatu 3747 Tue 2022-12-13 Twitter and Dinner with the Humans Zen_Floater2 3748 Wed 2022-12-14 The Squirrels gift to HPR Zen_Floater2 3749 Thu 2022-12-15 Making your own parts Deltaray 3750 Fri 2022-12-16 Southern Arizona Ahuka 3751 Mon 2022-12-19 Using Noisetorch Deltaray 3752 Tue 2022-12-20 It only took me 2 years to record using some 'new' hardware Jezra 3753 Wed 2022-12-21 Some thoughts on "Numeronyms" Dave Morriss 3754 Thu 2022-12-22 GOD probably will use a Chromebook Zen_Floater2 3755 Fri 2022-12-23 Synergy over ssh Ken Fallon 3756 Mon 2022-12-26 Verify yourself on Mastodon with PGP and Keyoxide Klaatu 3757 Tue 2022-12-27 Career changes. Some Guy On The Internet 3758 Wed 2022-12-28 First sysadmin job - war story norrist 3759 Thu 2022-12-29 Chatting with dnt. Some Guy On The Internet 3760 Fri 2022-12-30 Bookwyrm Ahuka Comments this month These are comments which have been made during the past month, either to shows released during the month or to past shows. There are 14 comments in total. Past shows There is 1 comment on 1 previous show: hpr3737 (2022-11-29) "Review of KOBO Libra H20 e-reader" by Rho`n. Comment 1: Aaron Cocker on 2022-12-05: "Kobo e-readers" This month's shows There are 13 comments on 8 of this month's shows: hpr3740 (2022-12-02) "Batch File Variables; Nested Batch Files" by Ahuka. Comment 1: Hipernike on 2022-09-01: "Forkbomb"Comment 2: Kevin O'Brien on 2022-09-01: "You are most welcome" hpr3741 (2022-12-05) "HPR Community News for November 2022" by HPR Volunteers. Comment 1: Zen_floater2 on 2022-12-05: "Freedom VS Free" hpr3744 (2022-12-08) "Advent of code Day 1 - 4" by Daniel Persson. Comment 1: Trey on 2022-12-08: "Fun with Advent of Code (AoC)" hpr3746 (2022-12-12) "Cpuinfo" by Klaatu. Comment 1: zloster on 2022-12-12: "A tool with very detailed information about the cache configuration of the CPUs" hpr3750 (2022-12-16) "Southern Arizona" by Ahuka. Comment 1: Windigo on 2022-12-17: "Ajo"Comment 2: brian-in-ohio on 2022-12-17: "history" hpr3754 (2022-12-22) "GOD probably will use a Chromebook" by Zen_Floater2. Comment 1: Bill Dietrich on 2022-12-24: "Twitter" hpr3756 (2022-12-26) "Verify yourself on Mastodon with PGP and Keyoxide" by Klaatu. Comment 1: Ken Fallon on 2022-12-27: "I have done this"Comment 2: norrist on 2022-12-27: "Me too" hpr3757 (2022-12-27) "Career changes." by Some Guy On The Internet. Comment 1: Trey on 2022-12-27: "Thanks for sharing."Comment 2: janedoc on 2022-12-27: "Thanks for an informative show"Comment 3: binrc on 2022-12-28: "binrc@protonmail.com" Mailing List discussions Policy decisions surrounding HPR are taken by the community as a whole. This discussion takes place on the Mail List which is open to all HPR listeners and contributors. The discussions are open and available on the HPR server under Mailman. The threaded discussions this month can be found here: https://hackerpublicradio.org/pipermail/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org/2022-December/thread.html Events Calendar With the kind permission of LWN.net we are linking to The LWN.net Community Calendar. Quoting the site: This is the LWN.net community event calendar, where we track events of interest to people using and developing Linux and free software. Clicking on individual events will take you to the appropriate web page. Any other business Older HPR shows on archive.org, phase 2 Now that all shows from number 1 to the latest have been uploaded to the Internet Archive there are other tasks to perform. We are reprocessing and re-uploading shows in the range 871 to 2429 as explained in the Community News show notes released in May 2022. We are keeping a running total here to show progress: Month Month count Running total Remainder 2022-04 130 130 1429 2022-05 140 270 1289 2022-06 150 420 1139 2022-07 155 575 984 2022-08 155 730 829 2022-09 150 880 679 2022-10 155 1035 524 2022-11 230 1265 294 2022-12 294 1559 0 Table updated: 2022-12-29 20:54:45 Thanks to all 51 HPR contributors in 2022! Ahuka, Andrew Conway, Archer72, b-yeezi, Beeza, beni, binrc, BlacKernel, Brian in Ohio, Carl, CCHits.net Team, Celeste, Claudio Miranda, Daniel Persson, Dave Morriss, Deltaray, dnt, folky, Hipernike, Honkeymagoo, HPR Volunteers, Jeroen Baten, Jezra, JWP, Ken Fallon, Kinghezy, Klaatu, knightwise, Lee, Lurking Prion, m0dese7en, Mechatroniac, monochromec, MrX, norrist, one_of_spoons, operat0r, Paul J, pokey, Rho`n, Sarah, Some Guy On The Internet, Stache_AF, takov751, timttmy, Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212, Trey, TrumpetJohn, tuturto, Windigo, Zen_Floater2.

The Chrome Cast
Chrome Unboxed 2022 year in review

The Chrome Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 67:09


This week on The Chrome Cast, in light of the fact that this week is the strange, low-key week at the end of the year between Christmas and New Year's Day, we thought it appropriate to take a look back over the last 12 months and talk through our best performing posts on the website and most-viewed videos over on YouTube. It's a fun episode and it made for a great way to close out 2022. Hope you enjoy and have a Happy New Year! LINKS We need Chromebook tablets with MediaTek's best Kompanio 1380 inside CU 2022: A look back at the top 5 articles of the year The Chrome Unboxed top 5 most-viewed videos on YouTube for 2022 Why Lenovo's new, affordable Flex 3i Chromebook is a big move in the right direction Fueled by Fresh Roasted Coffee! CLICK HERE to buy the special edition Chrome Unboxed bag. This episode is also brought to you by NordVPN. CLICK HERE to try it out and get 2 years for $3.29 per month. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support

Hacker Public Radio
HPR3754: GOD probably will use a Chromebook

Hacker Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022


https://gnuworldorder.info/ See episode 489 Cloud Services How using a Chromebook could eventually result in Mankind creating GOD in his own image. A brief discussion of my attempt to emulate Google Services from a Chromebook on a Devuan equipped Lenovo Laptop and how all of this will eventually result in mankind actually creating a real GOD who will be masters of EVERYTHING. A Squirrels perspective on life, the universe and everything - even Cloud Services and the lie that is A.I.

Google Workspace Recap
Code in Google Docs, Improved Call Performance on Voice, Client Side Encryption for Gmail Beta S2E51

Google Workspace Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 43:15


Happy Hannukah and Happy Holidays! One last hurrah for the year from Google this week with 6 Published releases and 3 silent ones. We will be doing a show next week to wrap up the year so stay tuned! Silent Releases Drive approvals available on Android and iOS apps New keyboard shortcuts for Google Sheets on Android Additional functionality for storage management Published Releases Facet Enhancements for Cloud Search Easily format and display code in Google Docs Email notifications from Google now available in the Alert Center Enjoy improved call performance with intelligent network switching in Google Voice Expanded language support for captions and translated captions in Google Meet Client-side encryption for Gmail available in beta Other Topics Google Looking into AI chat space for 2023 Google Pixel Tablet and speaker dock prototypes leak on Facebook Marketplace Lenovo Ideapad 3i Chromebook has a bigger display thinner bezels and a backlit keyboard Lenovos new laptops will make you choose between a bigger screen or a nicer screen Why is Google making a Pixel Tablet Pro? tabGeeks Resources

Tech Tools for Teachers
Cloud-based 3D Design with Vectary

Tech Tools for Teachers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 14:25 Transcription Available


This week's site will keep your students busy creating and designing for hours! (If you need to keep them busy for a while.)

The Chrome Cast
2022 Gear of the Year and a new need for Google's Pixelbook

The Chrome Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 62:23


This week on The Chrome Cast, we start the discussion by talking through some of the entries on our yearly Gear of the Year Gift Guide. There are items on the list from Chromebooks to phones to earbuds to coffee makers, so if you are scrambling for a last-minute gift idea, there could be something there to spark the imagination. For the rest of our time, we discuss the real need that exists for Google to put out a cost-effective Pixelbook to address the general malaise that has overtaken the low-end of the Chromebook market. With Pixelbooks launched in the past to light the way for Chromebook manufacturers in all sorts of ways, it is perhaps time for Google to do the same with a Surface Laptop SE-like, affordable, considered Pixelbook to showcase what is possible in an enjoyable, affordable Chromebook. LINKS Our favorite gear that we actually used in 2022 Why Google should make an affordable Pixelbook like Microsoft's Surface Laptop SE Win $250 from Chrome Unboxed and Rakuten! Amazon Alexa is a “colossal failure,” on pace to lose $10 billion this year Pixel Watch non-review: why I love Google's wearable after a couple months Fueled by Fresh Roasted Coffee! CLICK HERE to buy the special edition Chrome Unboxed bag. This episode is also brought to you by NordVPN. CLICK HERE to try it out and get 2 years for $3.29 per month. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support

Engadget Morning Edition
Netflix and HBO Max led streaming services in the 2023 Golden Globes nominees

Engadget Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 3:58


A super-thin layer of gold and titanium could prevent fogged-up glasses, Netflix and HBO Max led streaming services in the 2023 Golden Globes nominees, A modular Chromebook may be worth the $1,000 asking price.

Engadget
Netflix and HBO Max led streaming services in the 2023 Golden Globes nominees

Engadget

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 3:58


A super-thin layer of gold and titanium could prevent fogged-up glasses, Netflix and HBO Max led streaming services in the 2023 Golden Globes nominees, A modular Chromebook may be worth the $1,000 asking price.

Why Did Peter Sink?
The Gate of God (part 11)

Why Did Peter Sink?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 29:53


The reason I found it impossible to understand anything in the Bible when I was fallen away is because of one simple fact: I did not really believe in God. Once I had re-admitted that God was real, I still did not really believe in spirits. This blocks all understanding of what Jesus is up to, in nearly every interaction that he has. It's not surprising people get nothing out of the Bible today, since our Present Bias considers spirits to be the mere superstitions of uneducated fools. Our long march through the Enlightenment left our souls behind, and now we have to turn the bus around to go back and retrieve the other half of our selves. Notice that whenever Jesus heals someone, he cures by removing something and/or making something whole. He often drives out a spirit. And spirits are everywhere in the Gospel. They seem to not only rule the nations, but they overtake people. A general observation of mental health in today's world suggests that little has changed since the time of Jesus. These healings happen without full explanation, but there is clearly something spiritual at work, something supernatural. Let's run down the list:Jesus drives out a spirit in Capernaum, he drives spirits into a herd of pigs, he heals a demon-possessed child, he heals a boy with an “unclean” spirit. That's just for starters. He re-infuses the spirit into dead people, re-animating them. He does this to Lazarus, Jairus' daughter, and a widow's son; garden-variety miracles of resurrection for Jesus, not the Resurrection that Jesus does to himself that conquers death. Next, consider the numerous healings of blindness and deafness. There are seven of these alone. Plus, he heals deformities, skin diseases, and even paralysis. Then there are the mystery illnesses that, like Peter's mother-in-law who has a fever, the chronically ill woman in the crowd, the many healings at Gennesaret, the dropsy cure on the Sabbath, and the healing of the official's son in Galilee. None of these medical cures require a scalpel or a prescription. He even re-attaches an ear in a split second without any plastic surgeon in sight (or proof of insurance). Without understanding that Jesus came to a spirit-filled world, how can you possibly understand or relate to anything in the Bible? I don't think you can, because the awareness of God, spirits, angels, and demons is fundamental. In our disenchanted scientific model, we don't live in the best of all possible worlds, we live in the boringest of all possible worlds. No wonder every libertine becomes so dull as they age and end up looking botoxically ridiculous in their luxury cars. Our scientific obsession has sliced our ability to understand scripture by shifting our thoughts into a pancake-flat rationalism, into “nature” alone, ripped clean away from the spiritual life. We've lost a whole dimension of understanding by cancelling our souls and God. The funny thing is that cancel culture cannot cancel what is true, and God and souls are real. We can hear them knocking on the culture now, quite loudly, while we put our fingers in our ears and try to talk over it. Oddly, in our collective transition from beings with body and soul into just a body and mind, we have become less and less connected to nature. This may be the greatest irony of all: in our obsession with nature as the answer to all things, we have moved further and further from the woods. We believe nature is the only thing that is real, but in our actual lives we mostly experience nature on TV, not outdoors. And if we do finally get outdoors, we make sure to bring plenty of hand sanitizer in order to quickly makes ourselves clean again. You can't make this stuff up. I think the ancient Israelite cleanliness rituals have nothing on today's materialist germophobes. Covid protocols doubled the fear for those already afflicted. The bright side of Covid is that people started to realize that nature must be experienced, not merely narrated by David Attenborough. The exodus from cities and throngs of people cramming into National Parks attest to the fact that a change in mood about those “flyover states” and rural living is happening. There is a transition happening as the candle of the Enlightenment has begun to flare out, particularly as its pursuit of “truth” through pure materialism and liberalism has led us directly into postmodernism, the poster-child of relativism and antithesis of truth. Let's briefly revisit the pre-Enlightenment era, known as the the Dark Ages. First, you need an Enlightenment propaganda decoder ring. It's pretty simple: Christendom = Dark = Evil.Modernity = Light = Good. The name alone, Enlightenment, broadcasts the propaganda as much as “woke” implies that the pre-woke world was “sleep.” We have the same game being played out again and again. Marx tried to do a takedown of the bourgeoisie, with his villain as Christianity and the class system. In the Enlightenment, the enemy was the same: Christendom. In the latest manifestation of Marxism, guess who is the enemy? Christianity. The long-term Nazi plan was to stamp out Christianity. Is anyone yawning yet? We can keep going if needed, all the way back to Julian the Apostate to Marcus Aurelius to Nero. The common enemy of worldly power is Christianity, always. And guess who remains after all of these ideologies flame out? Jesus. I've heard people say, “We are finally getting out from Christianity and the patriarchy.” Today men, and white men in particular, are the enemy. It's hard to tell these true believers that, no, you are not, because Jesus is the ruler of this world. The misapplication of the doctrine of original sin happens ad nauseam, as the underdog and the oppressor fable plays out. This is why we cannot get to the Kingdom of God, because the whispers of the evil one keeps this loop of pride happening. If we consider the era of the Enlightenment, which is now being replaced, we can track the language of “Dark Ages” rather easily, all the way back to Petrarch in the 1300s, but the label really took off with the French Revolution. See, people were not free until they rejected God. Here's another clue for your decoder ring. Freedom = Rejection of God. That's how the story goes. Ignorance and error only comes with obedience to God, or so we're told, and given that we want to taste all the flowers of life, we are easily sold. But that story is always a lie. It's the wrong kind of freedom. People find this out in their own falls and redemption just as nations do. Repeatedly. Israel itself found this out the hard way, repeatedly, until it finally was kicked out of the promised land entirely for 1900 years. Choosing the freedom of the self versus the freedom of obedience to God takes you down very different paths. This is the story of the decline of Christian values in the west. Taking the easier path is the lesson of Lot going to live in Sodom instead of taking the less arable land that Abraham chose. In our current state, we constantly choose the easier path, and have done so with massive encouragement from writers and media, from the Renaissance era right up to the iPhone today. The perceived gains in efficiency and leisure come with a cost. It's been long observed by writers like Neil Postman that we are Amusing Ourselves to Death. But not only does entertainment take our eye off the road of life, it breaks our connection to nature entirely, to the point that people become disconnected from even the sources of food that we eat. During the “Dark Ages,” we lived in far greater connection with nature. When we had no radios or phones, when we shivered near wood stoves, when we lived near animals, near the woods, near pastures, we had a far better idea of “spirits” than we do today. I suspect it was far easier to talk about spirits when you could hear the blizzard whipping at night outside the hut, or even the castle, than it is today where we watch TV in our Snuggie in front of the gas fireplace amid the humming white noise of forced air furnace heat and walled within airtight spray-in insulation and drywall. No, they did not have hot tubs or cold beer or vibrators, but they had something much greater, and that was a spiritual sense of life. The many advances that came through engineering and science proclaimed that unending progress in technology would bring freedom. Now, I don't want to experience a Minnesota winter without a forced-air furnace if I don't have to, but a furnace does not bring salvation, and faced with the choice of losing God or losing my furnace, I would choose to remain with God, and ideally, I pray, avoid living in the eternal furnace. My point is that people were far more in touch with nature and its awesome power, and likewise were more connected to the world of ghosts. We don't experience either now, as we lean over Chromebooks and live out the myth of Narcissus, staring into the mirror of a screen. Unless the storm breaks into our lives somehow, we don't get to recognize our weakness and need for something greater than ourselves. And God still does find a way to invade our lives, it just takes longer than it did in the “Dark Ages.” God still has a way of breaking in to our world, even with all of our engineered comfort. A storm can strike even while you lay on the couch and the sun is shining outside. Jesus climbs into our boat, invading us with Grace. How you react to it will be the climactic moment of your life. Never coercive, God lets us choose, and we do. One way or another, we say yes or no to God, whether we think we have or not. Many people today say, “Nature is my church,” and I know why. Those who spend time in the woods sense something out there, something awesome. You don't need a sequoia tree to appreciate the awesomeness of nature. A sapling will do. An acorn or a pine cone will do. You can spend time in amazement looking at a blade of grass if you hold it close enough. My point is that we do not experience nature reading papers in the journal Nature. Knowing how nature works is not an experience of nature. We experience the awe of nature by participating in nature, being out in nature. Being able to summon from memory the Latin names of plants is not experiencing nature, it is bottling nature for our consumption. A child jumping in a pile of leaves understands nature far better than a naturalist collecting beetles in jars. There is more nature experienced in slapping a single mosquito around a campfire than reading an entire book on microbiology in a library. This is exactly how the prayer life works as well. It's how speaking a foreign language works, or playing a musical instrument. You don't experience things from books, you experience things by participating. I have a book about the science of swimming, but I don't take it with me swimming. The reason people feel churchy in nature is because they are no longer watching Planet Earth on the discovery channel, they are discovering earth and creation itself. When we disconnect from cities, books, screens, traffic, noise, ego-dramas, TV shows, and every other pornish eye candy we have invented, something incredible happens. We become more whole. When we become whole we become more spiritual, because we are both body and soul, and whenever we deny the soul we becomes less human. We become only half of the image and likeness of God when we downplay the soul. Whenever I am on a hiking trail and come across someone blasting music on his smart phone, I say to myself, sarcastically, “You know what this walk in the woods is missing? Top 40 music. Thank you, Justin Beiber. You've made it complete.” The silence of the woods - the bird songs and the babbling streams - recalibrates the soul to the tune of God. Bieber does not do that. By no coincidence, fairy tales mostly occur in the woods, since that is where spirits are felt. Being in nature re-enchants us, giving us a sense of the spiritual. We feel whole in the woods, and thereby a sense of holiness. Here's a hint: these two words are related. The reason the woods doesn't need Justin Bieber is because it is already complete by itself. What people find in the woods is creation, and like God when he finished making it, we all can see: “It is good.” Even if we come across death in the woods, of plants or insects or animals, we can see the circle of life without the need for Elton John to sing about it. Like the woods, we feel more whole because a spiritual presence can be felt, and it can be stifled and ruined by simply pulling out your iPhone to take a selfie. Gadgets and phones in the woods is the guaranteed way to lose the wholeness, because they have all the temptations of the city, the world, and the nations. All the falls of man are present in the phone, so that every time you place a screen before your nose, you are less whole. This is because the self gets in the way of the soul. The mind is meant to connect body and soul, but the mind becomes the self, and even the word “Selfie” gives away the essence of the problem. We can even sense that our bodies are good in nature. I don't think a hiker looking at a grove of trees is likely to think, “I need to lose weight” or “I should inject botox into my face this week.” But if they are taking selfies, holding up the mirror to their face, those ideas leap to the forefront of the mind. Or maybe I'm wrong. Carrying a mirror of our thoughts everywhere we go doesn't give us connectedness, it reduces our wholeness. In the woods, the wholeness seeps in, the joy of something profoundly close touches you in the brush of a fern, while the sense of something higher and unreachable calls out to your soul. This is the paradox of the transcendent (farness) and the immanent (nearness) nature of God. The reason nature feels spiritual is because God made it, and he made you. Of course it feels spiritual. In the woods, you are closer to home than ever. When out among creation, you are reminded of your own creation. The spirits identified by the ancients are still in the woods. They are still everywhere but we ignore them, walled in by the sound and light produced by artificial gadgets. Distraction is the best angle the devil has to make us forget not only God, but to make us forget the devil, too. He is counting on us doing that, and every time your reach for a device, he is rubbing his hands in lieu of taking your soul on the last day. Through our obedience to science we have decided angels and devils are too childish to accept. Those ideas were for the primitive minds of people before the year 1500. Those ideas are for the fearful, we think. Surely, we are more sophisticated. Our sophistication is our paper shield against all superstition. Hence the need for cartoon Tinkerbells, Caspars, and red devils. It assures us that there is nothing to fear. But there is something to fear, and we all know it, and it's called death. The whole reason for the walls we build is to push that fear aside, down the line, away from our present. Our society reviles death to the point that open casket funerals are nearly a thing of the past. No one wants to see a body. A neat cremation is preferred - it's cleaner - much like our dinosaur chicken nuggets that bear no resemblance to the once-living chicken. This is the irony of our alleged sophistication. It isolates us the realities of life and death. We openly mock those whose lives still occupy the spaces of nature. The hillbilly with his trout, the hunter that we call savage, and the farmer who delivers piglets all have a far closer relationship to nature than the billions who live in cities. We mock what we fear. Having had a chance to work on farms, I have noticed that those who live among palpable nature, with daily chores that involve blood and manure, who see life and death as daily occurrences, have an understanding of things that books can never provide. This is why I turn the volume down whenever someone from Silicon Valley offers instructions for living. I have gained more in five minutes watching a calf being born, delivered by a farmer with an eighth grade education, than I have ever gained from one hundred hours of human resource training videos on how I should think. The birth of a calf, let alone a human being, is watching a sacred miracle of life bursting forth. Watching an HR training video is a mandatory brain-death march at the bayonet of my paycheck. The spiritual flatness we have allowed into our lives is stunningly obvious to an increasing number of people, but the pleasure of making money lures and keeps us in this trap. I was nudged, even coached into the office life, despite the movements of my heart telling me from my very first hour in a cubicle: “This is a birdcage. Escape now!” The language of Babel kept me there. After all, I speak Babel. “God helps those who help themselves.” “Get rich or die trying.” This wall against the possibility of spirits is built and shored up with mockery as mortar. We've forgotten that spirits can pass through walls. Disney is freezing spirits in time every time they portray another fairy tale. By bringing fairies to the screen, fairies becomes less believable. Science has decided what is reasonable to believe and Disney has killed our imagination. Disney is in the business of turning imagination into a science, even calling their engineers, “Imagineers.” They are quantifying and qualifying the intangible. Cinderella was once a fairy tale for each of us to imagine, and now she is cast into a single image, in her blue dress, as if her image was hammered onto a stone tablet in Orlando. Science and Disney have denied the spirits by reducing them to engineered cartoons. In the former we downplay it, and in the latter we play it up as quaint fantasy. So I've taken a huge detour into the woods here, but now let's bring it back to the desert, to Jesus and that third temptation. Jesus has three temptations in the desert, and in Genesis there are three falls: Adam, Cain, and Babel. (Again, I'm skipping the Nephilim story in chapter 6 of Genesis. There is a fall there as well, but I'll stick with Adam, Cain, and Babel, or this series will never end). In all three falls, spirits are involved. In all three temptations of Christ, spirits are involved. The falls all occur due to our failure to accept God. In all three falls, humility before God is lacking. Pride reigns. Pride cometh before the fall. The whole Bible is about mastering yourself by tamping down pride. To keep from being deceived, we have to ignore the questioning whisper that suggests to you that God is lying, that he is not real. To keep sin from pouncing on you, like Cain, we have to mash our pride into a slurry and send it down the disposal. To keep from trying to manipulate God, we must offer him gratitude and praise, not sacrifices for a transaction. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit whydidpetersink.substack.com

Fresh Air At Five
Grateful for this Journey - FAAF 100

Fresh Air At Five

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 47:28


All the links in my show notes broke, "Why Anchor, Why?" In this episode, I share my daily reflection posted on Twitter @bryoncar, from Dec 5th to 9th, 2022 I reflect on these podcast episodes from my listens on the: 5th: House of EdTech E214 "Lessons Learned from School Podcasting"; Everyday Stem Podcast E237 "From Fashion to Science Passion | feat. Athena Brensberger" 6th: Science 360 E63 "Hope Dies Last with Maria Vamvalis" 7th: Got Teched E126 "The Blended Learning Breakdown: Practices, Models, and Edtech"; Evolving with Gratitude E35 "Designing Learning Using the Power of Emotions with Guest Allison Posey" 8th: The Tom Schimmer Podcast E93 "Celebrate Your Wins | Kristine Tesoriero Mizzone | Culturally Responsive Assessment" 9th: The DEFINE YOUniversity Podcast E99 "Getting Off of the Merry-Go-Round"; The EdTech News Brief E15 "Livestream Google Meet, Edit PDFs on Chromebooks, Import PDFs in Book Creator, and more Quizizz Updates"; Reflections and Thank. ----------------------------- Track: Know Myself - Patrick Patrikios ( NoCopyrightMusic ) | My Audio Library | Background Music Bumper: Podcast PD with AJ Bianco --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshairatfive5/message

The EdTech News Brief
015. Livestream Google Meet, Edit PDFs on Chromebooks, Import PDFs in Book Creator, and more Quizizz Updates

The EdTech News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 14:50


Did you know you could live stream your holiday choir concert to YouTube using Google Meet? Fa la la la la la la la yup. What about having students fill out PDFs using an app built into the Chromebook?  Speaking of PDFs - Book Creator now lets you import PDFs. They also have added the ability to crop images and photos. Plus, a few more updates from Quizizz and a contest! 3 winners will each get a prize worth $72! View on YouTube: youtube.com/watch?v=6pNCqsKqRTQ Table of Contents: 00:00 - INTRO 01:53 - 1. Live Stream Google Meet to YouTube 03:04 - 04:44 - TODAY'S SPONSOR: Smore 05:19 - 3. Import PDFs into Book Creator 06:52 - 4. Crop Images in Book Creator 07:20 - 08:34 - 5. Import and Edit Google Slides in Quizizz 10:01 - Holiday Gifts! 10:55 - 6. The Gift Power-Up in Quizizz 12:08 - 7. Live Reactions in Quizizz 13:08 - Dad Joke Time!

The Chrome Cast
More Pixel Fold renders, ChromeOS 108, and Fortnite on Chromebooks

The Chrome Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 67:25


This week on The Chrome Cast, we begin the show with discussion around the latest renders that have leaked for the upcoming Pixel Fold. Though this foldable phone from Google isn't due until May (according to the rumors), the substantial leaks have truly begun. With these latest renders, we get a video and some specific measurements for the chassis and screen. From there we move on to the new features that snuck into ChromeOS 108. On the surface this seemed like a tiny update, but there were some nice little features sprinkled here and there that are worth noting for sure. We close things up by talking about Fortnite's new Season 4 graphics overhaul and how you can experience it in its full fidelity on a Chromebook. LINKS New leaked Pixel Fold 3D renders showcase dimensions and confirm overall design Chrome Unboxed Deals Page Enjoying Fortnite's graphics upgrade from a gaming Chromebook and GeForce NOW The Pixel Fold gets benchmarked, confirming SoC rumors for Google's foldable ChromeOS gets its last update of 2022 ChromeOS 108 gives web apps far more visibility in the URL bar Google Stadia begins the process of refunding your hardware and controller purchases This episode is sponsored by VIZOR - OFFER 20% DISCOUNT! VIZOR is a Chromebook and IT Asset management solution designed specifically for Schools and School Districts. VIZOR integrates with the Google Admin console and with your Student Information System. Know who has what Chromebook, manage 1:1 programs, and track repairs. CLICK HERE to lock in a 20% DISCOUNT and to find out how VIZOR can help your School manage Chromebooks. Fueled by Fresh Roasted Coffee! CLICK HERE to buy the special edition Chrome Unboxed bag. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support

One Dive at a Time
Episode 71: Remote Cast on Minimalism and Travel

One Dive at a Time

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 13:18


Testing out a new publishing format in the spirit of Minimalism. Using a Chromebook and my small H1N recorder, seeing just how minimal I can go and still do a podcast on being a minimalist. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
All About Android 607: The Blue Moustache

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 101:41


It's December Pixel Feature Drop Day: Here is Everything New Android TV 13 is ready for prime time with plenty of behind-the-scenes changes Android 13 for TV is now available Google's ADT-3 device, the only streamer for Android TV development, has been discontinued Sources: Google preparing 'ADT-4' developer box for Android TV with upgraded specs Nothing plans US smartphone launch, but don't expect a Phone 2 anytime soon OnePlus to offer 4 OS updates and 5 years of 'regular' patches for all flagships from 2023 Hey, Google: It's time to step up your Pixel upgrade promise EXCLUSIVE: Official OnePlus 11 Images and Specifications Leaked Google Wallet is About to Get Digital Driver's Licenses in Beta Sunbird Promises iMessage on Android and Blue Bubbles Sunbird app waitlist signup on its website Google Play lists best Android apps and games of 2022 Google names best Wear OS, Chromebook, and tablet apps of 2022 JR's tip of the week: ShareDrop Microsoft OneDrive is a great place to store photos in the cloud. Not all USB-C hubs are alike. This guy LOVES his TicWatch Pro 3 GPS... And so does Juan! Read our show notes here: http://bit.ly/3Y2c9qo Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Huyen Tue Dao Co-Host: JR Raphael Guest: Juan Bagnell Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: tanium.com/twit CDW.com/HPE Code Comments

All About Android (MP3)
AAA 607: The Blue Moustache - Pixel Feature Drop, ADT-4, OnePlus update policy, Digital ID, Nothing (2)

All About Android (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 101:41


It's December Pixel Feature Drop Day: Here is Everything New Android TV 13 is ready for prime time with plenty of behind-the-scenes changes Android 13 for TV is now available Google's ADT-3 device, the only streamer for Android TV development, has been discontinued Sources: Google preparing 'ADT-4' developer box for Android TV with upgraded specs Nothing plans US smartphone launch, but don't expect a Phone 2 anytime soon OnePlus to offer 4 OS updates and 5 years of 'regular' patches for all flagships from 2023 Hey, Google: It's time to step up your Pixel upgrade promise EXCLUSIVE: Official OnePlus 11 Images and Specifications Leaked Google Wallet is About to Get Digital Driver's Licenses in Beta Sunbird Promises iMessage on Android and Blue Bubbles Sunbird app waitlist signup on its website Google Play lists best Android apps and games of 2022 Google names best Wear OS, Chromebook, and tablet apps of 2022 JR's tip of the week: ShareDrop Microsoft OneDrive is a great place to store photos in the cloud. Not all USB-C hubs are alike. This guy LOVES his TicWatch Pro 3 GPS... And so does Juan! Read our show notes here: http://bit.ly/3Y2c9qo Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Huyen Tue Dao Co-Host: JR Raphael Guest: Juan Bagnell Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: tanium.com/twit CDW.com/HPE Code Comments

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
All About Android 607: The Blue Moustache

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 102:09


It's December Pixel Feature Drop Day: Here is Everything New Android TV 13 is ready for prime time with plenty of behind-the-scenes changes Android 13 for TV is now available Google's ADT-3 device, the only streamer for Android TV development, has been discontinued Sources: Google preparing 'ADT-4' developer box for Android TV with upgraded specs Nothing plans US smartphone launch, but don't expect a Phone 2 anytime soon OnePlus to offer 4 OS updates and 5 years of 'regular' patches for all flagships from 2023 Hey, Google: It's time to step up your Pixel upgrade promise EXCLUSIVE: Official OnePlus 11 Images and Specifications Leaked Google Wallet is About to Get Digital Driver's Licenses in Beta Sunbird Promises iMessage on Android and Blue Bubbles Sunbird app waitlist signup on its website Google Play lists best Android apps and games of 2022 Google names best Wear OS, Chromebook, and tablet apps of 2022 JR's tip of the week: ShareDrop Microsoft OneDrive is a great place to store photos in the cloud. Not all USB-C hubs are alike. This guy LOVES his TicWatch Pro 3 GPS... And so does Juan! Read our show notes here: http://bit.ly/3Y2c9qo Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Huyen Tue Dao Co-Host: JR Raphael Guest: Juan Bagnell Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: tanium.com/twit CDW.com/HPE Code Comments

All About Android (Video HI)
AAA 607: The Blue Moustache - Pixel Feature Drop, ADT-4, OnePlus update policy, Digital ID, Nothing (2)

All About Android (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 102:09


It's December Pixel Feature Drop Day: Here is Everything New Android TV 13 is ready for prime time with plenty of behind-the-scenes changes Android 13 for TV is now available Google's ADT-3 device, the only streamer for Android TV development, has been discontinued Sources: Google preparing 'ADT-4' developer box for Android TV with upgraded specs Nothing plans US smartphone launch, but don't expect a Phone 2 anytime soon OnePlus to offer 4 OS updates and 5 years of 'regular' patches for all flagships from 2023 Hey, Google: It's time to step up your Pixel upgrade promise EXCLUSIVE: Official OnePlus 11 Images and Specifications Leaked Google Wallet is About to Get Digital Driver's Licenses in Beta Sunbird Promises iMessage on Android and Blue Bubbles Sunbird app waitlist signup on its website Google Play lists best Android apps and games of 2022 Google names best Wear OS, Chromebook, and tablet apps of 2022 JR's tip of the week: ShareDrop Microsoft OneDrive is a great place to store photos in the cloud. Not all USB-C hubs are alike. This guy LOVES his TicWatch Pro 3 GPS... And so does Juan! Read our show notes here: http://bit.ly/3Y2c9qo Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Huyen Tue Dao Co-Host: JR Raphael Guest: Juan Bagnell Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: tanium.com/twit CDW.com/HPE Code Comments

The Chrome Cast
Picking our favorite Chromebooks of 2022

The Chrome Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 71:12


This week on The Chrome Cast, our discussion revolves almost completely around our picks for Best Chromebooks of 2022. We just recently published a video and post rounding all these devices up, so you should definitely hit the show notes and watch that. For the podcast, we list those devices, but each of us choose two of our most favorite Chromebooks of the year and explain why they made the list. It's a fun episode and is a great reminder that at this point in 2022, there are a ton of great devices to choose from if you are looking for a new Chromebook. LINKS Our picks for Best Chromebooks in 2022 [VIDEO] Sunbird app to bring iMessage and unified messaging to Android The Chrome Cast 204: How VIZOR helps school districts manage thousands of Chromebooks This episode is sponsored by VIZOR - OFFER 20% DISCOUNT! VIZOR is a Chromebook and IT Asset management solution designed specifically for Schools and School Districts. VIZOR integrates with the Google Admin console and with your Student Information System. Know who has what Chromebook, manage 1:1 programs, and track repairs. CLICK HERE to lock in a 20% DISCOUNT and to find out how VIZOR can help your School manage Chromebooks. Fueled by Fresh Roasted Coffee! CLICK HERE to buy the special edition Chrome Unboxed bag. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support

The Chrome Cast
How VIZOR helps school districts manage thousands of Chromebooks

The Chrome Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 39:56


Today on The Chrome Cast podcast, we are back with another interview episode with Dean Bates and Jeff LaLonde from VIZOR, a Chromebook and IT asset management solution designed specifically for school districts. These folks have been a great partner of Chrome Unboxed for a while now – including a sponsorship of the video where we dropped a Chromebook off a two-story building – and we love working with them because we genuinely believe they have a software solution that is valuable to school districts and those working in EdTech. So, if VIZOR sounds familiar, you've probably heard about them in a previous podcast episode or in a YouTube video, but we thought it was time to have them on the podcast to chat about what they do and the solutions that they offer. In our conversation, we really dig into some of the problems that school IT administrators face when trying to manage Chromebooks and how so many schools struggle to keep track of devices. We talk through the solutions that VIZOR provides, but Jeff and Dean also offer up some general advice for schools who are trying to manage Chromebooks. If you are an IT Admin or technologist at a school or school district, you're going to want to listen to this one. LINKS VIZOR for Chromebooks We Dropped A Chromebook From A Two-Story Building Chrome Unboxed Education Top Chromebook tech for teachers & students Logitech's ‘Works With Chromebook' Lineup, EDU strategy, and Logi Pen with Gaurav Bradoo How to enhance the Chromebook learning experience with Amy Mayer Fueled by Fresh Roasted Coffee! CLICK HERE to buy the special edition Chrome Unboxed bag. This episode is brought to you by NordVPN. CLICK HERE to try it out and get 2 years for $3.29 per month. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
11-17-22 Segment 1 Bill's Meat Pie

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 58:51 Transcription Available


Tim is feeling ill but is powering through. Rectal thermometer. Sick days. Iggy the vacation police. Working from home. Chromebooks. Steve in Wildwood joins the show. Steve was at the soccer game last night and enjoyed the atmosphere. Steve details the experience. The fats. Food at the stadium. Darnell and Autumn. Should they send the pictures. Things get a little graphic. Iggy has made a sex tape or two. Could sex tapes get hacked? Sandy Alcantara wins the Cy Young, but we still have Ozuna... oh wait. who's more valuable, Arenado or Goldy? Hot Stove talk. Talking the catcher position.

Windows Weekly (MP3)
WW 802: Tiny Cricket Hammer - "Hey, Github!" voice coding, KB5019980 update, Control Freak

Windows Weekly (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 142:12


"Hey, Github!" voice coding, KB5019980 update, Control Freak Windows 11 Why Windows 11 usage is down so low and what Microsoft could do to fix that Microsoft ships the "November update for Windows 11 22H2 A different Search button on the Taskbar New Beta channel build adds* three new features Microsoft 365 Zoom launches Mail and Calendar beta to take on Google Workspaces and M365 Microsoft moves to kill custom domains in Outlook.com ... again Microsoft brings certificate-based authentication for AAD to mobile Google One VPN arrives on Windows and Mac Still more earnings Lenovo reports first drop in revenues in 2.5 years Qualcomm misses expectations too ... and promises that 2024 will be the year for WOA Dev Microsoft issues .NET 7 GitHub announces new features for devs and the enterprise Xbox Winter has come for Halo Infinite EU to take a longer look a Activision Blizzard acquisition Microsoft may make your Xbox more efficient Nintendo lowers Switch sales forecast, but it's still doing great Steam comes to more Chromebooks in beta Netflix is working on a Gears of War movie and animated TV series Tips & Picks Tip of the week: A new industry book to read App pick of the week: Keepa Hosts: Leo Laporte and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: rocketmoney.com/WINDOWS CDW.com/LenovoClient