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Autonomous ocean robots search for sharks! Dino Dai Zovi discusses how companies can better protect your data. Do headphone amps make music sound better? We're ignoring iPhone 5 rumors! Google buries the search results of copyright violators. All about the tech of tacking sharks! A 360 degree panorama from the Mars Rover Curiosity!
Should you be ignoring iPhone 5 rumors? We are! And shark tech galore!
Google says as of this week, " we will begin taking into account a new signal in our rankings: the number of valid copyright removal notices we receive for any given site. Sites with high numbers of removal notices may appear lower in our results." Watch the video to find out what Google thinks will happen... and the one iPhone 5 Rumor we're not ignoring!
Brad thinks the Grado SR-80i headphones we recommended sound "really amazing." Now he wants more, and wants to know what a headphone amplifier will do for him! We talk about amps from HeadRoom and Fio, the awesome build it yourself CMoy... and really suggest you start reading up at Head-Fi.org and the awesome 2012 Head-Fi Summer Buying Guide!
White sharks aren't very technical, but the technology used by scientists at Hopkins Marine Station and the Monterey Bay Aquarium to track down the secrets of White sharks over the past decade is bleeding edge. In honor of Discovery's 25th anniversary of Shark Week, Tekzilla went in search of the tech of sharks.
Weatherspark.com is an incredible website that not only shows you the current weather, but also has tons of graphs showing the historical data and projected weather. Garret over on Tekzilla's Facebook page made the suggestion for today's website pick, it's an awesome "Website We Just Can't Get Enough of!" Want to know what to wear where you're going? If you might need an umbrella? If this weather really is 'unseasonable?' Watch the video to find out some of the amazing things WeatherSpark can do!
How can companies can better protect YOUR data? Dino Dai Zovi, the co-founder of the independent information security company, Trail of Bits and author of "The iOS Hacker's Handbook" and "The Art of Software Security Testing" joins Veronica to talk security, what companies can do to better protect you and if two factor authentication is just a bump in the road.
Check out this awesome link from Dov, who wrote in, "A couple shows ago you mentioned the Mars rover Curiosity. Just wanted to share this 360 pano I put together for the WSJ.com. Thanks to NASA, JPL-Caltech and of course Curiosity for take the photos." Thanks, Dov!!!
Tom wrote in, "I remember Patrick saying something about having a secret email account for security purposes. I wonder if he could go into that a bit more. I'm thinking this might be an account that one would use for banks, but what else I'm not sure. Would you use it for your Amazon account or other accounts where you spend money?" Patrick explains the idea... then reveals the big flaw in his Secret Email plan in the video!
5 days ago
.@donttrythis I think @patricknorton would agree that it was an honor having both of you on the show!
5 days ago
@JamieNoTweet Thanks for coming on! You and Adam are welcome back anytime.
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Tekzilla Ep 436 is up! Special guests Adam and Jaime from #MythBusters, E3 Wrap-up, and a review of the Pebble Watch. http://t.co/yUYjfCO5kM
7 days ago
Tekzilla ep 435 is up! NSA's PRISM, E3 2013 Games for the Xbox One, Apple's new OS X, iOS 7, gaming Headset Round-up. http://t.co/gMTr6cFuHN
14 days ago
Tekzilla ep 433 is up! Intel's Haswell performance, Razer Edge Pro Review, GoPro for Pets, and the new Handbrake. http://t.co/8AboZGFt69
19 days ago
@Wheels The more acronyms, the better!