Tim Duffy's "little" antenna project, using a graphing analyzer to check impedance on a coax cable, how to listen to the AMSAT Fox-1 Cliff satellite, getting kids on the air to talk on the Santa Net!
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This Week in Google 486: The Road to Nunavut
Huawei CFO gets bail in Canada, awaits extradition to US China detains Canadian ex-diplomat in retaliation Marriott breach blamed on China No Chinese spy chips found on Super Micro servers Google CEO tells Congress "No plans" for Chinese search engine Pichai also explains that Google doesn't make iPhones Google's continuing messaging mess YouTube Rewind vs Justin Beiber: who do we hate more? Picks of the Week: Jeff's Number: Verizon loses $4.6 billion on Oath David's Stuff: OnePlus 6T sells 249% more than OnePlus 6 Leo's Pick: Google gives duck.com to DuckDuckGo
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Windows Weekly 599: Inside Clippy
The rumors were true: Microsoft will move Edge to Chromium Related: Firefox is screwed, and it knows this. But it's spreading FUD to make its case Windows 10 19H1... New build brings improvements to Notepad for some reason (FOR SOME REASON??) The Snapdragon 8cx will allegedly rescue Windows 10 on ARM, because of course it will But what about now? The Snapdragon 850 isn't that bad, as it turns out Next-generation HoloLens will be based on Snapdragon 850 - This is now confirmed Cortana looks to be getting multi-voice/user support soon Tons of new games coming to Xbox Game Pass this month Microsoft Enables Xbox Family Settings for Cross-Play Tips and picks Tip of the week: Microsoft's open source stories Plus: Want to test the new Edge? The join the Edge Insider Program! App pick of the week: Office for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: Bye, bye Azure Container Service (ACS), and hello Azure Kontainer Service (aka Kubernetes Container Service) Codename pick of the week: Spartan Beer pick of the week: Brooklyn Black Ops
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FLOSS Weekly 510: YottaDB
A lifelong hacker and geek, K.S. Bhaskar has been programming for almost half a century, and as a consequence of the technology gap between India and the US when he was an undergraduate, has programmed computers designed in the 1950s. He spent many years in the electronic test and measurement, and scientific computing worlds before moving to databases and the predecessor of YottaDB. He led GT.M, the predecessor of YottaDB from 1995 to 2017, before founding YottaDB in 2017 to take that code base – which by then felt to him like one of his children – to new markets and applications.
Christopher is a true geek, and from a young start always wondered how the world works. He knew from a young age the computer field is where he was going to wind up working due to the infinite ways they could be used and cool things they could be made to do. Christopher has spent time in the healthcare industry working with YottaDB/GT.M/M and applying modern software development techniques to it. He also is a maker with more Raspberry Pis, Arduinos, other development boards, along with a 3d printer to keep himself busy.
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All About Android 399: The Infinity Oh No!
This week, we discuss the clumsy demise of Google+, Allo, and Hangouts, the Samsung Galaxy A8, the Honor View 20, hole-punch displays, dual-screen devices, RCS Chat on Verizon, and more!
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