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      episode 4692: Amazon Picks 20 Cities for HQ2


      Nick Wingfield from The New York Times discusses how Amazon selected 20 cities from a much larger list of possible locations to be the home to its second headquarters.

      Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

      Guest: Nick Wingfield

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      episode 4691: NVIDIA's BFGD Includes G-SYNC & SHIELD


      Ryan Shrout and Patrick Norton discuss the announcement of NVIDIA's Big Format Gaming Displays, which the company touts as the world's first big-screen PC gaming display. The first of these products will come from ACER, ASUS and HP later in 2018.

      Full episode at twit.tv/twich/449

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      episode 4690: All About Coax Cables


      On today's Smoke & Solder, George Thomas talks about coaxial cables.

      For the full episode, visit twit.tv/hn/334

      Host: George Thomas

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      episode 4689: Google Thinks Your Selfie Could Be in a Museum


      Google's Arts & Culture app matches your selfie with famous works of art. What portrait do you look like?

      For the full episode, visit twit.tv/twig/440

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      episode 4688: Cortana is More Than "Lipstick on the Bing Pig"


      MS is going to look for the AI angle for every announcement this year, and many customers are right there with them. Cortana becomes less of a search front end and more of a conversational chatbot. Will MS go so far as to call Windows 10 an "AI OS" at some point?

      Watch the full episode here:
      https://twit.tv/ww/553

      Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott

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      episode 4687: Aragon Overview


      Randal Schwartz talks to Luis Cuende, Project Lead of Aragon, who aims to bring transparency and independent governance to the forefront of managing an organization. Luis also co-founded Stampery, leaders in blockchain-based timestamping and security solutions.

      Full episode at twit.tv/floss/467

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      episode 4686: Skype - Powered by the Signal Protocol


      Microsoft announced "Private Conversations" in Skype, using the open source Signal Protocol.

      For the full episode, visit twit.tv/sn/646

      Host: Steve Gibson

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      episode 4685: Google Home Max Review


      Jason Howell reviews the Google Home Max, the largest version of Google's Assistant powered smart speaker that's perfect for music lovers.

      For the full episode, visit twit.tv/aaa/352

      Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards

      Guest: Corey Latislaw

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      episode 4684: Apple and Original Content


      Leo Laporte, Alex Lindsay, Rene Richie and Andy Ihnatko discuss Apple's latest move into original content creation. The tech giant has lined up some big names to create their content in an effort to compete with some of the other players in the space. But how will we consume it and what does this move mean for HBO, Amazon and Netflix?

      Watch the full episode here:
      https://twit.tv/mbw/593

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

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      episode 4683: Do You Need LifeLock?


      Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone answer a viewer question about LifeLock, an identity theft protection company that Leo subscribes to. Find out how it works, how you can find the same services elsewhere and whether you're the type of person who needs it.

      Full episode at twit.tv/ios/378

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