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All of the Tech News related Podcast available online today at the Tech Podcast Network
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24.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 25, 1999: Corel WordPerfect Office 2000

wordperfect office 1999 – A program first developed by Brigham young University for Data General minicomputers, WordPerfect was the word processing application for anyone using a computer in the 80’s and 90’s. I remember writing reports and papers usin...
Jeffrey Powers author
24.05.2019

GNC Week In Review: Memorial Day 2019 #024

Happy Memorial Day Weekend to all!  I want to give a big thank you who are serving now or has served in the armed forces on this Memorial Day weekend not just today but every day.  Some of the tech news this week, yes we all know that Game of Thrones s...
Kirk Corless author
24.05.2019

Geek News Central Podcast: Back to Basics #1370

This show reminded more than ever that it is good to be back to basics is creating an audio focused show. It’s something I am going to contemplate more as I start the new chapter of the show with the move. Today I mix it up a little and you will want t...
Todd Cochrane author
23.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 24, 1985: AOL (as Quantum Computer Services) Founded

May 24, 1985: Quantum Computer Services was founded (AOL) 1985– Quantum Computer Services was founded. Technically, it was a reorganization of Control Video Corporation, a company that started in 1983. The company was selling online service “Gameline” ...
Jeffrey Powers author
23.05.2019

Geekazine Review: NewBlueFX Shows off Filters, Video Switching: A Technology Preview

During NAB, I talked with Travis at NewBlueFX, who showed off a concept version of their software. In this version, you could connect up to 4 cameras, and add filters, scoreboards, overlays, and much more.  NewBlueFX is add-on software for graphics...
Jeffrey Powers author
23.05.2019

Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 633 23/05/2019

Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 633 23/05/2019Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
Aussie Tech Heads - Goodman author
22.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 23, 1995: MySQL Released RDBMS

MySQL 1995– MySQL releases their SQL database program for web pages. This is known as a  Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). MySQL uses C and C++, the SQL parser used yacc and a hybrid of lexer called “sql_lex.cc”. Many different websites to...
Jeffrey Powers author
22.05.2019

Space Rocket History #301 – Apollo 14 – Commander Alan B. Shepard Jr. – Part 1

Although the Shepards were well off, the children were not coddled. Their father valued work and made sure each child performed their share of domestic chores.  Alan’s father was a stern and serious disciplinarian, Alan inherited a stoicism and toughne...
Michael Annis author
21.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 22, 1973: Ethernet is Proposed

Robert Metcalfe’s Sketch of Ethernet 1973 – Robert Metcalfe writes a thirteen-page memo describing a new type of data transmission method. His memo was entitled “Ether Acquisition”, which would connect Hawaii’s ALOHA Network. Alto Ethernet was born on ...
Jeffrey Powers author
21.05.2019

Geekazine Review: GL.iNet Slate (AR750S) Router Unbox and Setup

I travel with video gear for live streams. Therefore, packing as much gear, and keeping under 50 lbs per bag is critical. So when items are small, and light-weight, I love it. Case in point, the GL.iNet Slate. A travel router that I can use in ...
Jeffrey Powers author
21.05.2019

Stolendroids: Bald Love

I know that it's more complicated than this, but basically, chaos theory states that a small change at a starting position can lead to large, unpredictable changes over time. That pretty much sums up this episode. As I'm preparing to move to Texas, Col...
Stolendroids author
21.05.2019

Geek News Central Podcast: The Studio is in the Container #1369

The studio has been torn down and today I am working from a makeshift setup. Still fighting the cough and had to edit out most of the hacks on you today. I have gotten back some feedback on Huawei and while I do not agree with everything the listener a...
Todd Cochrane author
20.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 21, 2001: Mac OS X Server Released

OS X Server 2001 – Apple released the Mac OS X Server, based on Rhapsody, which was a hybrid of NeXT OPENSTEP. The server ran file services, Macintosh Manager, Quicktime Streaming Server, WebObjects, NetBoot and more. Each new version of OS X Server th...
Jeffrey Powers author
20.05.2019

Geekazine Review: AverMedia Live Gamer Mini Captures Video in 1080p 60fps

Getting into live streaming is something you might be thinking of. Whether it for gaming, your new YouTube or Twitch channel, even some Facebook Live, or LinkedIn Live. With a lot of USB options, AverMedia is one of the top options out there. T...
Jeffrey Powers author
20.05.2019

The Full Circle Weekly News: Full Circle Weekly News #131

Linux Kernel Prior to 5.0.8 Vulnerable to Remote Code Execution https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/linux-kernel-prior-to-508-vulnerable-to-remote-code-execution/ WhatsApp Vulnerability Allows Hackers to Infect iPhones, Android Phones https:...
Ronnie Tucker author
19.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 20, 2013: Tumblr Acquired

Tumblr 2013 – In a $1.1 billion deal, Yahoo acquired the blogging site Tumblr. This caused many concerns for those using the service – especially those who curate blogs with pornographic content. However, Yahoo insisted they will be running Tumblr as a...
Jeffrey Powers author
19.05.2019

Observed Tech Podcast: Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 312 #OTP

This week we have our normal collection of updates for Windows Insiders with the latest builds and progress across a couple of development branches for Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge (Chromium). However, I begin with an explanation of the final state of...
Richard Hay author
18.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 19, 1999: Star Wars Episode I Released

Star Wars I: the Phantom Menace 1999 – Sixteen years after “Return of the Jedi”, George Lucas finally moves his vision forward with “Star Wars: Episode I – the Phantom Menace”. The story of young Anakin Skywalker and how Obi-Wan Kenobi brought him in, ...
Jeffrey Powers author
17.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 18, 2001: Shrek Hits Theaters

May 18, 2001: Shrek is released 2001 – The computer animated movie “Shrek” hits theaters. The 90 minute movie was produced on a $60 million budget and although it’s first weekend only saw $42 million , the overall theatrical run brought in $487 million...
Jeffrey Powers author
17.05.2019

Geek News Central Video: Last Live Show in Hawaii #1368

Last Live show here in Hawai, which as you would expect was full of issues of the stream going down. Never fails when you want to have fun things go sideways. Well anyway it will be fun calling the cable company and downgrading the speed tomorrow. Audi...
Todd Cochrane author
17.05.2019

Geek News Central Podcast: Last Live Show in Hawaii #1368

Last Live show here in Hawai, which as you would expect was full of issues of the stream going down. Never fails when you want to have fun things go sideways. Well anyway it will be fun calling the cable company and downgrading the speed tomorrow. Audi...
Todd Cochrane author
17.05.2019

Mike Tech Show: MTS-2019-05-16 #693

Client flood, Synology apps, SherWeb, Email blasts, ScreenToGif
Mike Smith author
16.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 17, 1902: The Antikythera mechanism

1902 – The Antikythera mechanism was found off the coast of Greece. They only found a part of it, and wasn’t really sure what it did. Eventually, this device was declared to be the oldest known analog computer. The device was used to predict eclipses ...
Jeffrey Powers author
16.05.2019

GNC Week In Review: Disney now owns Hulu #023

Yes, there was no episode last week, I was not feeling well. It may have been from the remnants from being sick from the week prior. So my apologies, but fear not GNC WIR community, a new episode is here! And this weeks tech news is sure not to disappo...
Kirk Corless author
16.05.2019

Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 632 - 16/05/2019

Facebook restricts Live feature, citing New Zealand shootingweird dual-screen laptopWhatsApp whacked by government-grade spywareCounterfeit hard drive gang smashed by Chinese policeCritical wormhole brings patches for Windows XP and Server 2003Google t...
Aussie Tech Heads - Goodman author
15.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 16, 1965: Uh Oh! SpaghettiOs!

SpaghettiOs 1965 – The Campbell soup company, under their Franco-American brand, introduce SpaghettiO’s pasta in a can. The ring-shaped pasta and cheese blend was an easy way (and less messy) to make the kids a meal. Simply open the can and pour into t...
Jeffrey Powers author
15.05.2019

Geekazine Review: Switcher Studio Adding Cloud Asset Manager, Facebook Comments

At NAB, I talked with the folks at Switcher Studio – a switching software device that loads up on your iPad, and iPhones, to create a multi-camera environment. I talk with Mark about this program, and all the updates for 2019. New Features at Switc...
Jeffrey Powers author
15.05.2019

Space Rocket History #300 – Apollo 14 – Lunar Module Pilot Edgar Mitchell – Tang Ceremony

In the Astronaut Office, it was his intellectual bent that set him apart from some of the other pilots, along with a certain hard edge.
Michael Annis author
14.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 15, 1940: Speedee McDonalds Opens

McDonalds 1940 – The first Corporate McDonalds restaurant opened in San Bernardino, CA by Richard and Maurice McDonald. “Speedee” was the mascot back then – a hamburger-chef that was poised upon the McDonalds sign. The “Golden Arches” dawned on the sid...
Jeffrey Powers author
14.05.2019

Stolendroids: Google Leaves the Nest

Samsung is up to their old tricks with phones that explode and Collin is up to his old ways of dying again, but this week he's doing it in Ireland where they filmed scenes from Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Apparently, if you upset the Ahch-To Nuns, they'l...
Stolendroids author
14.05.2019

Geekazine Review: Kiloview NDI Solutions for Video

While at NAB, I learned about the company Kiloview, and their NDI encoder solutions for video. Their N and E solutions allow for HDMI or SDI signals into an NDI receiving device.  The E series is wired, while the N series is portable wireless. ...
Jeffrey Powers author
14.05.2019

Gospel Gadgets Podcast: GGPEpi#46 – Why, Wifi?, pt.2

We interview one of the leading producers and distributors of Wifi media broadcast units. This brother has trained hundreds of missionaries working with Unreached Peoples how to utilize this kind of technology in their evangelism and church planting...
Cal Curtis author
14.05.2019

Geek News Central Video: Amazon Pays you to Quit Your Job to Drive for Them! #1367

Amazon wants its employees to quit, give them a three months severance package and $10k in cash to start a business that would have the prior employee drive for them. Quite incredible if you think about it. But I look at the math on it and wonder if so...
Todd Cochrane author
14.05.2019

Geek News Central Podcast: Amazon Pays you to Quit Your Job to Drive for Them! #1367

Amazon wants its employees to quit, give them a three months severance package and $10k in cash to start a business that would have the prior employee drive for them. Quite incredible if you think about it. But I look at the math on it and wonder if so...
Todd Cochrane author
13.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 14, 2011: The Return of Sony Playstation Network

Playstation 3 2011 – Hackers took down the Sony Playstation network on April 20th, 2011. Around 77 million accounts were comprimised and gamers couldn’t play online for over a month. On May 14, Sony started bringing the services back online on a countr...
Jeffrey Powers author
13.05.2019

Geekazine Review: MultiCAM Systems Automates the Process

Everyone wants live video, but the problem is they’re in confined spaces, and don’t have the ability for production crews to come in every time to shoot, record, and stream out. That is where MultiCAM Systems comes in. They can bring a live cam...
Jeffrey Powers author
13.05.2019

The Full Circle Weekly News: Full Circle Weekly News #130

Linux Kernel 5.1 Released With Lots Of New Features https://fossbytes.com/linux-5-1-kernel-features-download-linus/ GNU Linux-libre 5.1 Released https://www.pro-linux.de/news/1/27036/gnu-linux-libre-51-freigegeben.html Mozilla Issues New Update to Fix ...
Ronnie Tucker author
12.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 13, 1987: Version 1.0 Turbo C Released

May 13, 1987: Turbo-C Programming Language Released 1987 – Version 1.0 of the Turbo C programming language is released. It offers the first integrated edit-compile-run development environment for the C programming language for IBM-compatible personal c...
Jeffrey Powers author
12.05.2019

Observed Tech Podcast: Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 311 #OTP

Welcome to our catch up episode after I spent a week out in Seattle at Microsoft Build. There were a lot of exciting announcements from Microsoft for developers and while some will be experienced by consumers sooner - others will come later in our favo...
Richard Hay author
12.05.2019

Geekazine Review: What’s Fake and What’s Real on Wish.com

For the last few months, I’ve been keeping tabs on Wish.com– a website that sells items at apparently wholesale prices. Many have found knockoff products on this site, and I am no different. In this video, I go through the items I bought, what turn...
Jeffrey Powers author
12.05.2019

The New Media Show (Video): Google Makes Audio First Class Citizen in Search #245

Google has stepped up there game and now shows and links to their audio episodes can be found in desktop search on Google.com while there are some concerns and questions to how some of the results are being framed this is a big deal in bringing the pow...
Todd Cochrane author
12.05.2019

The New Media Show (Audio): Google Makes Audio First Class Citizen in Search #245

Google has stepped up there game and now shows and links to their audio episodes can be found in desktop search on Google.com while there are some concerns and questions to how some of the results are being framed this is a big deal in bringing the pow...
Todd Cochrane author
11.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 12, 1936: The Dvorak Keyboard Layout Patented

Dvorak Keyboard 1936 – When typewriters first came out, many different people worked on keyboard layouts to become the standard. QWERTY was a popular system but was not efficient. August Dvorak and William Dealey decided to create and patent an alterna...
Jeffrey Powers author
10.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 11, 2011: Google Chromebook Introduced

Google Chromebook 2011 – Eric Schmidt shows off the new Google Chrome OS but with an added feature as he introduced Google Chromebook – a personal computer with the Google Chrome OS built-in. The device loads straight to the browser where you can insta...
Jeffrey Powers author
10.05.2019

Cybrcast 100: Triple Digits

Get show via iTunes, Overcast, Castro, PocketCast, or  direct. Support the Cybrcast by going to our support page Featuring Clay (@CWDaly), Ty (@TY09), Dick (@Dick_Daly & DalyBeast.com), and Tosh Polak (@ToshPolak & his a cappella group Singer ...
Clay Daly, Ty Polak, Dick Daly author
10.05.2019

Geek News Central Video: FCC Denies China Mobile from Operating in the US #1366

The FCC has rightfully denied China Mobile USA from operating in the United States in what I feel is absolutely the right decision. We are down to two more live shows in the studio. Still fighting a massive head cold here folks so I hope I am on the ot...
Todd Cochrane author
10.05.2019

Geek News Central Podcast: FCC Denies China Mobile from Operating in the US #1366

The FCC has rightfully denied China Mobile USA from operating in the United States in what I feel is absolutely the right decision. We are down to two more live shows in the studio. Still fighting a massive head cold here folks so I hope I am on the ot...
Todd Cochrane author
10.05.2019

Mike Tech Show: MTS-2019-05-09 #692

AnimateGif, IrfanView, QuickBooks troubleshooting, Firefox Send
Mike Smith author
9.05.2019

Day in Tech History: May 10, 2001 Trans Atlantic Cable TAT-14 Begins Service

May 10, 2001: TAT-14 Begins Service 2001 – TAT-14, the Transatlantic cable begins commercial service. A dual, bi-directional ring configuration using Dense Wavelength-Division Multiplex (DWDM) – Sixteen wavelengths of STM-64 per fiber pair. It carried ...
Jeffrey Powers author
9.05.2019

Geekazine Review: ArmorATD Mobile Pro NVMe is a Rugged Hard Drive with Speed

If you’re looking for a rugged, all-terrain portable hard drive, then G-Technology has just what you desire in the ArmorATD. It’s an outdoor drive for your outdoor lifestyle. Filmmakers, photographers, and all professions where you have to be o...
Jeffrey Powers author