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    Code2040 CEO on Diversity in Tech | TWiT Bits


    Laura Weidman Powers is the co-founder and CEO of Code2040. She talks to Megan Morrone about Code2040's mission to increase the number of Black and Latinx workers in the tech sector.

    Full episode at twit.tv/tri/299

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    Google I/O: Incremental & Amazing | TWiT Bits


    The tech that Google showed off at this year's I/O developer's conference seemed like small improvements to their products. Still, some of those developments will lead to very big changes.

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    Raspberry Pi File Server | TWiT Bits


    Edwee from Vista, California is trying to create a server using a Raspberry Pi. He is having issues being able to log into it.

    For the full episode, visit twit.tv/ttg/1389

    Host: Leo Laporte

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    Google I/O 2017 Wrap-up | TWiT Bits


    On The New Screen Savers, Leo Laporte and Jason Howell give us a complete wrap-up of the Google I/O 2017 keynote. They discuss everything from AI, the new Android O, Google Lens, Google Photo's Suggested Sharing and Books, and more.

    For the full episode, go to


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    Use Google Now to Start Navigation with Waze | TWiT Bits


    Leo Laporte explains how to use Google Now to start navigation with Waze instead of Google Maps.

    Host: Leo Laporte

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    Fix for WannaCry | TWiT Bits


    Megan Morrone talks to Iain Thomson about a possible fix for those infected with the Wannacry ransomware. Researchers have found a fix to unlock affected computers. The tool called wannakiwi allows you to avoid paying the bitcoin ransom, but only if you're running Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 2003 AND if you haven't rebooted your PC since the attack. The key is not magic, its math that works by finding all the prime numbers that are stored in the ransomware's code. A...


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    Is Microsoft to Blame for WannaCry? | TWiT Bits


    Denise Howell and Matt Curtis talk with Andrew Rossow, cyberspace and technology lawyer about whose fault is WannaCry and what can be done about it?

    For the full episode, visit twit.tv/twil/386

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    Comcast and Charter Cooperation in Mobile Market | TWiT Bits


    Lou Maresca and Brian Chee discuss the agreement between Comcast and Charter, the two largest US cable companies, that forbids the making of new wireless mergers and acquisitions without each other's consent for a year. This potentially violates antitrust law.

    Full episode can be seen at twit.tv/twiet/240

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    RIP Net Neutrality | TWiT Bits


    Megan Morrone and Nathan Olivares-Giles discuss the beginning of the end of Net Neutrality. The FCC has voted along party lines to begin dismantling the rules put in place under the Obama Administration. The 2-to-1 vote means the Federal Communications Commission has taken the first step toward repealing the rules that many internet freedom advocates fought hard for only two years ago. The rules had imposed strict oversight over ISPs to help prevent internet fast lanes,...


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    'Out of Your Head' Software Demo | TWiT Bits


    Darin Fong demonstrates his headphone virtualization software, 'Out of Your Head.'

    Host: Scott Wilkinson

    Guest: Darin Fong

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