Computing Now's News Podcast
Computing Now's News Podcast
IEEE Computer Society
Computing Now's News Podcast covers the most important and interesting topics from industry and research.
CN News Podcast: Critical Linux bug, US requiring faster broadband, tech firms settle hiring lawsuit.
A Linux bug representing a major Internet threat, the US requiring faster speeds for broadband, and big tech firms settling a lawsuit over accusations that they unfairly limited workers' wages.
Feb 4, 2015
7 min
CN News Podcast: 01-28-2015
Three advanced technologies beginning to improve mobile telephony, researchers developing an application that wins at poker, and familiar names at the top of 2014's list of worst passwords.
Jan 28, 2015
7 min
CN News Podcast: 01-21-2015
French websites defaced, bug that enables eavesdropping on cell calls, and NASA's ape-like robot.
Jan 21, 2015
6 min
CN News Podcast: 01-13-2015
Hackers attacking the Internet naming authority, companies working on ways to let mobile apps communicate with one another, and California prisoners being taught to program.
Jan 13, 2015
7 min
CN News Podcast: 12-10-2014
Sony hit with a devastating attack, a new Bluetooth version that connects to the Internet, and the father of the home video console dying recently.
Dec 10, 2014
7 min
CN News Podcast: 12-03-2014
E-commerce websites crashing under the weight of holiday traffic, breaking up Google in Europe, and a new project promising to help make the Web more secure.
Dec 3, 2014
7 min
CN News Podcast: 11-26-2014
Malware that has been spying on victims for six years, a company at the center of a controversy over the future of cloud services and TV broadcasting declaring bankruptcy, and virtual reality that could make gamers sick.
Nov 26, 2014
7 min
CN News Podcast: 11-19-2014
Microsoft telling users to patch a potentially catastrophic Windows flaw, researchers finding that many children’s apps violate users’ privacy, and a group wanting permission for players to revive discontinued online games.
Nov 19, 2014
6 min
CN News Podcast: 11-14-2014
Extensive law-enforcement operation taking down dark websites allegedly involved in criminal activity, hackers stealing employee data from the US Postal Service, and scientists designing robotic penguin chicks to monitor real penguins.
Nov 13, 2014
6 min
CN News Podcast: 11-05-2014
China reportedly attacking Apple’s iCloud, a game company forcing the shutdown of a gamebot maker, and a new system letting babies isolated in incubators feel their mothers' heartbeats.
Nov 5, 2014
6 min
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