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Can You Roam for Work? - DTNS 4395

Season 8, Ep. 4395

The Holiday Shopping season is here and Trisha Hershberger has gift ideas to fit any video gaming need and budget. And there’s a trend of folks using dating apps to make platonic relationships and it's giving rise to startups who specialize in connecting people for friendships. Plus Malaysia built a work from home paradise. How has it worked out so far and what can other destinations learn?

Starring Tom Merritt, Rich Stroffolino, Trisha Hershberger, Roger Chang, Joe.

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    How can the environmental impact from AI's increased power demand be mitigated? Plus the 1839 Color Photography Awards created a special category for AI-generated photos. And Microsoft's Recall feature saga has hit a lull as the company hits pause on the rollout.Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Molly Wood, Len Peralta, Roger Chang, AmosLink to show notes.
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    The announced partnership between Apple and OpenAI at WWDC will see neither party paying the other for the privilege. What’s going on here and could monetary compensation eventually be part of the deal? Plus how does a desert beetle have to do with extracting water from the air around us?Starring Sarah Lane, Robb Dunewood, Justin Robert Young, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes.
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    X announced it’s making who likes which posts private so users can “like posts without getting attacked for doing so”. Plus Adobe is beta testing Wacom’s Yuify service, which allows artists to record ownership of their work on a blockchain. And Scott gives us a hands-on impression of Apple’s iPad Pro M4.Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Scott Johnson, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes.
  • 4788. Breaking Down Apple Intelligence - DTNS 4788

    We pour over the details on how Apple’s AI works. And we look into a tiny 3D printer that uses a single, millimeter-scale photonic chip to print out objects. Plus we detail why Apple is rebranding Apple accounts from “Apple ID” to “Apple Account”.Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes.
  • 4787. All About WWDC 2024 - DTNS 4787

    We breakdown all the big announcements from this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Plus we explain how Google’s Project Green Light and your smartphone can make regular traffic lights a whole lot smarter.Starring Tom Merritt, Nica Montford, Terrance Gaines, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes.
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  • 4785. A.I. Antitrust Investigations - DTNS 4785

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  • 4784. AI Reshaping the Game - DTNS 4784

    At COMPUTEX hardware vendors are showing how AI’s impact in gaming will go beyond just NPCs and game developer tools. Plus the popular ‘Bartender’ Mac app has been acquired by a new unknown developer. And Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports that Apple officially signed a deal with OpenAI to bring ChatGPT to iOS 18.Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Scott Johnson, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes.
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