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      Lego Boost Robot Hands-On | TWiT Bits


      Megan Morrone and Jason Howell talk to Geoffrey Fowler from The Wall Street Journal about his kid-tested review of Lego Boost, a new kit that will help kids to learn how to program their own projects in creative ways. Fowler says the $160 set might be the best toy of 2017 is Geoffrey Fowler.

      For the full episode, visit twit.tv/tnt/1818.

      Hosts: Jason Howell and Megan Morrone

      Guest: Geoffrey Fowler

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      Pine Board Project in Use! | TWiT Bits


      Bob shows off the progress of a finished pine board, along with how to build your own coil for band switching!

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      Google's Chromebook Eve Rumors | TWiT Bits


      Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Mike Elgan and Aaron Newcomb talk about rumors of a new Chromebook from Google with the codename "Eve." Is it the Chromebook Pixel replacement Jeff is looking for?

      For the full episode, visit twit.tv/twig/415.

      Hosts: Leo Laporte and Jeff Jarvis

      Guests: Mike Elgan and Aaron Newcomb

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      Great Paint Fiasco of 2017 | TWiT Bits


      Paul Thurrott, Mary Jo Foley, and Leo Laporte discuss the confusion surrounding Microsoft Paint and how headlines implied that the tool was dead. What does "deprecated" actually mean?

      Full episode at twit.tv/ww/528

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      Jenkins Preview | TWiT Bits


      The leading open source automation server, Jenkins provides hundreds of plugins to support building, deploying and automating any project.

      Full episode at twit.tv/floss/443

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      Ethical Hacker Arrested After Responsible Disclosure | TWiT Bits


      Budapest's Hungarian public transportation authority (BKK) turned-in an 18-year-old ethical hacker after he notified them of a trivial exploit of their online ticketing website.

      For the full episode, visit twit.tv/sn/621.

      Hosts: Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson

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      Moto Z2 Force | TWiT Bits


      Florence Ion, Jason Howell, Ron Richards and guest Francisco Franco discuss Motorola's latest flagship announcement, the Moto Z2 Force, with a shatterproof screen, dual rear facing cameras, and a souped up processor.

      For the full episode, visit twit.tv/aaa/327.

      Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards

      Guest: Francisco Franco

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      Net Neutrality goes to Congress | TWiT Bits


      Tony Romm from Recode joins Megan Morrone and Jason Howell to discuss how tech CEOs from some of the biggest companies will testify in front of Congress to share their insights on Net Neutrality.

      Full episode at twit.tv/tnt/1817

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      The Mac "Perv-ware" That Has Been Undetected for Years | TWiT Bits


      Leo Laporte, Andy Inhatko, Rene Ritchie and Alex Lindsay discuss the discovery of the Fruitfly malware, which gives attackers control over a Mac's webcam and may have been around for a decade.

      For the full episode, visit twit.tv/mbw/568

      Hosts: Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, Rene Ritchie, and Alex Lindsay

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      Augmented Reality Food | TWiT Bits


      Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone talk about KabaQ, a new AR app that lets you see what your food looks like on your table before you order it. You can see what international foods look like, or see what the person at the table next to you ordered without having to stare at their food.

      Full episode at twit.tv/ios/353

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