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February 24 2014

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February 13 2014

15:58

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11:13

5by5 | Bionic #79: Prison Island

Matt and Myke start two new ventures today — an app design sweat shop and an advertising company. They also discuss Sochi, give a podcasting masterclass and Matt plays with Scotch tape. http://5by5.tv/bionic/79

February 10 2014

20:02

On The Road To The Self-Driving Car

http://onpoint.wbur.org/2014/02/05/self-driving-cars-google-x-computers No more dumb cars, the Federal government decreed this week. Or at least, no mute cars. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Monday it will soon require all new cars to talk to one another. Share location, speed, direction and more, electronically. Vehicle-to-vehicle – “V2V” – communication. Right behind that comes the next frontier: self-driving cars. First they talk to one another, next they drive themselves. The auto industry, Google, and the law are all gearing up. Guests Tom Costello, correspondent for NBC News. (@tomcostellonbc) Burkhard Bilger, science, nature and technology staff writer at The New Yorker. Bryant Walker Smith, fellow at the Center for Internet and Society and the Center for Automatice Research at Stanford Law School and Stanford University. Lecturer in law. (@bwalkersmith) John Absmeier, director of the Silicon Valley Innovation Center for Delphi Automotive. (@johnabsmeier)
17:39

On The Road To The Self-Driving Car | On Point with Tom Ashbrook (NPR)

No more dumb cars, the Federal government decreed this week. Or at least, no mute cars. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Monday it will soon require all new cars to talk to one another. Share location, speed, direction and more, electronically. Vehicle-to-vehicle – “V2V” – communication. Right behind that comes the next frontier: self-driving cars. First they talk to one another, next they drive themselves. The auto industry, Google, and the law are all gearing up. This hour On Point: on the road to the world of the self-driving car. Source: http://onpoint.wbur.org/2014/02/05/self-driving-cars-google-x-computers

February 09 2014

07:50

5by5 | Bionic #61: Such A Bad Episode

This week Matt and Myke discuss the rebranding of Bang with Friends, a little about American politics and Wikihow—before conducting a critical review of the show. http://5by5.tv/bionic/61
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February 07 2014

23:15

Android Developers Backstage: Android Developers Backstage- Episode 4: Google Play Services

Tor Norbye and Chet Haase are joined by Jeff Hamilton from the Google Play services team. In this continuation of the mini-series with Tall Engineers Named Jeff (starting with episode #2 with Jeff Sharkey), this episode goes in-depth into the Google Play services library, which provides easier, Android-friendly access to various Google APIs, such as authentication and mapping.

February 05 2014

05:31

On The Road To The Self-Driving Car

Now cars talk to each other. Next they’ll drive themselves. We’ll look at the road ahead.

U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, the chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, gets into a self-driven car in Cranberry, Pa., Butler County, on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The Cadillac SRX that was modified by Carnegie Mellon University went along local roads and highways operated by a computer that uses inputs from radars, laser rangefinders, and infrared cameras as it made a 33-mile trip to the Pittsburgh International Airport. A Carnegie Mellon engineer was in the driver's seat as a safety precaution. (AP)

U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, the chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, gets into a self-driven car in Cranberry, Pa., Butler County, on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The Cadillac SRX that was modified by Carnegie Mellon University went along local roads and highways operated by a computer that uses inputs from radars, laser rangefinders, and infrared cameras as it made a 33-mile trip to the Pittsburgh International Airport. A Carnegie Mellon engineer was in the driver’s seat as a safety precaution. (AP)

Guests

Tom Costello, correspondent for NBC News. (@tomcostellonbc)

Burhard Bilger, science, nature and technology staff writer at The New Yorker.

Bryant Walker Smith, fellow at the Center for Internet and Society and the Center for Automatice Research at Stanford Law School and Stanford University. Lecturer in law. (@bwalkersmith)

John Absmeier, director of the Silicon Valley Innovation Center for Delphi Automotive.

From Tom’s Reading List

The New Yorker: Auto Correct — “While other drivers are gawking at him, he is observing them: recording their maneuvers in his car’s sensor logs, analyzing traffic flow, and flagging any problems for future review. The only tiresome part is when there’s roadwork or an accident ahead and the Lexus insists that he take the wheel. A chime sounds, pleasant yet insistent, then a warning appears on his dashboard screen: ‘In one mile, prepare to resume manual control.’”

CNN Money: U.S. unveils plan for cars of the future – “Various automakers have been working on the technology for years. The safety benefits have been demonstrated under both real world and controlled test conditions, NHTSA said. The technology could also improve traffic flow and thereby save fuel, the agency said.”

NPR: Putting The Brake On Who Can See Your Car’s Data Trail — “A recent report by the Government Accountability Office found that many companies collect those data and provide them to third parties for traffic instructions or research. It also found the companies’ privacy practices were unclear, making it difficult for consumers to understand privacy risks.”

January 29 2014

23:47

Chrome Show: How to cloud print and get free 4G for life on a Chromebook

This week's show brings a new co-host to the team to talk about Chromebooks, the Chromecast and Chrome OS. Welcome, Janko! We answer some listener questions, talk about Chrome apps being native on other platforms and more on the podcast. http://gigaom.com/2014/01/29/chrome-show-how-to-cloud-print-and-get-free-4g-for-life-on-a-chromebook/

January 23 2014

23:00

5by5 | The Critical Path #110: The Profit Algorithm

Horace is once again drawn to the paradox that is Google, a company full of data that shares almost none of it with its "customers" or the public. http://5by5.tv/criticalpath/110
17:58

AccessTalk | Podcast 22: Window Eyes, Google contact lenses, connected toothbrushes & the Fitbit Flex

11:41

5by5 | The Critical Path #109: Google Ventures

Horace builds on his discussion of Google from the previous episode in light of the Nest acquisition news. We also look at the relatively unreported news regarding China lifting its 13-year ban on game consoles and the variables it introduces to a "big ni http://5by5.tv/criticalpath/109

January 21 2014

15:14

#gt1213 Sonderfolge «Passwort Management» » #GeekTalk Podcast

January 17 2014

16:07

Accidental Tech Podcast: 48: Marco Bought Four

Google buying Nest, skepticism and pragmatism, modern expectations of privacy, and Casey's vast emoji archive.
Tags: atp nest google
04:39

5by5 | Amplified #86: Nobody's Getting My Panties

TOPIC: Google is entering your nest. http://5by5.tv/amplified/86

January 16 2014

19:09

IGD 006: Wearable CES, Google @ Home, AR & VR | I Grow Digital

IGD 006: Wearable CES, Google @ Home, AR & VR Wir blicken zurück auf die CES in Las Vegas und picken uns einige der überraschend vielen Quantified Self- und Wearable Tech- Gadgets heraus, die auf der Elektronikmesse vorgestellt wurden. Außerdem geht’s um Google: Erst diverse Roboter-Unternehmen, nun die Thermostat- und Rauchmelder-Firma Nest – Google verstärkt sich auf verschiedenen Ebenen, die unsere Zukunft stark beeinflussen werden. Ebenfalls Thema: Augmented Reality-Apps für Google Glass und endlich machen wir Fortschritte im Bereich der Virtual Reality dank der neuen Oculus Rift-Version. Linkliste:Highlights der CES“Smarte” LichtweckerRazer Nabu WristbandSmartwatch Pebble SteelInternet der DingeGoogle kauft Roboter-Firmen und NestNeue Version der Oculus Rift VR-BrilleGoogle Glass Fitness-App “Race Yourself”Multisensorik-Konzept von NotchWM-Eröffnung mit Exoskelett?BBCI Winterschool on Neurotechnology Alle Sendungen bei Soundcloud Bild (s.o.): Eyetap (Wikipedia) (Glogger, GPL) 16. Januar 2014 von Christian Schlagwörter: Augmented Reality, CES, Christian Grasse, Florian Schumacher, Google, Johannes Kleske, Nest, Oculus Rift, QS, Quantified Self, Virtual Reality, Wearables | Schreibe einen Kommentar Schreibe einen Kommentar Antworten abbrechen Pflichtfelder sind mit * markiert Name * E-Mail-Adresse * Website Kommentar Current day month ye@r * Leave this field empty * http://podcast.igrowdigital.com/igd006/
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