Episode 56

Tech That Kills you


March 27th, 2018

1 hr 9 secs

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Tech literally has a body count! As we tell you what happened and how we dive into the potentially deadly implications of automation. Have you ever wanted to manage digital signage, using linux, and on a budget? We have the solution for you. Your calls go to the front of the line as always! We wrap by spilling our plans for next week's meetup for our 1 year anniversary.

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  • Digital Signage Software Platform for Raspberry Pi — Breathe life into your Screens Build your own digital signage network with piSignage and raspberry pi.
  • Self-Driving Uber Car Kills Pedestrian in Arizona — Arizona officials saw opportunity when Uber and other companies began testing driverless cars a few years ago. Promising to keep oversight light, they invited the companies to test their robotic vehicles on the state’s roads. Then on Sunday night, an autonomous car operated by Uber — and with an emergency backup driver behind the wheel — struck and killed a woman on a street in Tempe, Ariz. It was believed to be the first pedestrian death associated with self-driving technology. The company quickly suspended testing in Tempe as well as in Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Toronto.
  • Uber pulls self-driving cars after first fatal crash of autonomous vehicle — Uber has removed its self-driving cars from the roads following what is believed to be the first fatality involving a fully autonomous car.
  • Foxconn buys Belkin, Linksys, and Wemo — The Taiwanese company known best for manufacturing iPhones, Foxconn, will soon be the company behind some of the best known routers and other computer accessories. A subsidiary of Foxconn, Foxconn Interconnect Technology, announced today that it would acquire Belkin, which also owns the brands Linksys and Wemo.
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