On DTNS for Friday October 21, 2022 - Is the old 3-2-1 rule for backing up your data outdated? Patrick Norton tells us about some other methods you might want to think about, Plus, algorithms are starting to make video editing easier. And, has all the excitement gone out of technology?
DTH October 21 2022
Daily Tech Headlines for Friday October 21, 2022 with Jenn Cutter - TikTok denies report it planned to track location of US citizens, Google is rolling out My Ad Center, allowing users to turn off targeted ads, and Instagram announced improvements to platform safety features.
DTH October 20 2022
Daily Tech Headlines for Thursday October 20, 2022 with Jenn Cutter - Uber is launching a new ad division, Tesla will make the Full Self Driving beta available to all who ordered it by the end of the year, and BlackMagic Design is bringing video editor DaVinci Resolve to iPad.
DTH October 19 2022
Daily Tech Headlines for Wednesday October 19, 2022 with Jenn Cutter - Apple announced new iPad models, Amazon is opening an online insurance service in the UK, and South Korea’s messaging app KakaoTalk’s co-CEO steps down following widespread outage.
On DTNS for Thursday September 22, 2022 - Should autonomous cars put the sensors alongside the road instead of in the car? Bytedance takes on the Meta Quest worldwide. And, is it inevitable that popular social platforms will just end up a wasteland?
Daily Tech Headlines for Wednesday September 21, 2022 with Rich Stroffolino - YouTube hopes to ease music licensing headaches with Creator Music, Meta tested bringing Facebook users into its policy development process, and Nvidia announces its RTX 40-series GPUs.
Daily Tech Headlines for Tuesday September 20, 2022 with Jenn Cutter - TikTok’s copy of BeReal, TikTok Now, is now available as a standalone app outside the US, OpenAI’s AI art generator DALL-E can now edit human faces, and Apple is working on a fix for the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max camera shake issue.
On DTNS for Monday September 19, 2022 - How BeReal wants to make money, Instacart wants to eat Amazon's lunch after it lets you buy the ingredients easily with their new technology, and some algorithms may soon host this show if D-ID keeps advancing the way it is.