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Oct. 21, 2015
Here are the notes for todays Show       University of Cambridge study reveals 87% of Android devices to be insecure Source 1: OP: log234 Source 2: Source 3: Score List for each manufacturer Test conclusion finds that “on average 87.7% of Android devices are exposed to at least one of 11 known critical vulnerabilities.” Data for the study collected by group’s “Device Analyzer” app, which has been free on the play store since May 2011 Study collected Android version and build number info from over 20,400 devices Study concludes that most of the blame sits with OEMs The Group states that “the bottleneck for delivery of updates in the Android ecosystem rests with the manufacturers, who fail to fix critical vulnerabilities.” Study found that Google’s Nexus devices were the most secure with a FUM score of 5.2 out of 10 Google and OEMs have committed to a monthly security update program, but it is for devices less old than two years (Nexus, three years) Most of Android sales are not flagship devices, so this is a problem Until Google re-architects Android to support centralized, device-agnostic updates, there’s no solution to security problems Chipgate FAQ: Everything you need to know about iPhone 6s controversy Source 1: Jonathan Morrison’s Video Austin Evan’s Video Apple outsourced production of A9 processors for the new iPhones to two companies, TSMC and Samsung Samsung’s version is 96 square milimetres, TSMC’s is slightly larger at 104.5 millimeters Shouldn’t affect performance…. But some owners are claiming otherwise YouTuber Austin Evans tested both, and saw TSMC’s hardware saw a longer battery life Evans used an app called “Lirum” that identifies which processor a phone has He pulled number for reference Samsung = N71AP, N66AP TSMCs = N71MAP (6s), N66MAP (6s Plus) App pulled temporarily due to compatibility issues, is being put back up Apple stated “Certain manufactured lab tests which run the processors with a continuous heavy workload until the battery depletes are not representative of real-world usage, since they spend an unrealistic amount of time at the highest CPU performance state. It’s a misleading way to measure real-world battery life.” Apple says that these stress tests aren’t the best way to compare Another YouTuber Jonathan Morrison did real world testing, and saw there was differences between the two Did real world tests, 4k video, uploading video, Geekbench and at the end the Samsung iPhone was at 55% and TSMC iPhone was at 62% Tesla cars can drive themselves starting Oct 15th Source 1: OP: TopWargamer Source 2: Source 3: YouTube Demonstration At press event Oct 14th, Tesla announced version 7.0 of the Model S software, new build enabling the car’s self-driving features Capabilities were first announced last year Necessary sensors were added to all Model S cars since last September Tesla needed additional time to flesh out the algorithms, which they have been testing 7.0 released to US, will proceed to Europe and Asia in the coming weeks pending approval Model X shouldn’t be far behind Features: Autosteer maintains speed and distance from the car ahead Auto Lane Change moves the car to another lane by tapping the turn signal Collision Warning Autopark, continuously scans for available parking around the car Automatic Emergency Steering Side Collision Warning, uses sensors to nudge the car away from danger, while alerting the driver
July 8, 2015
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March 3, 2015
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March 1, 2015
in show eight we talked about New stuff
Dec. 30, 2014
In show  #7 we talked about Teamspeak   Xbox live and PSN down Samsung V.S Apple Xbox One V.S PC     Music Provided by Big Giant Circles Approaching Nirvana Check them out on iTunes:
Oct. 19, 2014
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Sept. 24, 2014
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