Apple Announces Self Service Repair Program – DTH

DTH-6-150x150Apple announces a Self Service Repair program to sell repair parts directly to consumers, Meta shows off a haptic glove prototype to help you feel VR, and Mozilla launches a paid tier of its Firefox Relay service.

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Xiaomi Pad 5 – Una tablet que (casi) reemplaza tu PC – NTX

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Este es un episodio especial para Noticias de Tecnología Express, en donde no hablaremos de noticias recientes, sino tendremos una reseña a fondo de un dispositivo que se ha vuelto el favorito para quienes la hemos usado en el mercado latino y español. Bienvenido a esta reseña de la Xiaomi Pad 5.

Las características más importantes de este dispositivos son su procesador Snapdragon 860 de 8 nucleos, 6 GB de RAM, batería de 8720 mAh, pantalla de 11 pulgadas con resolución de 2560 x 1600p con tasa de refresco de 102 Hz, HDR10, Dolby Vision, 4 bocinas con Dolby Atmos y pesa solo 511 gramos. ¡Ah! Y cuenta con carga rápida, y si tienes un cargador Xiaomi para este dispositivo, en una hora puedes tenerla al 100% y con un rendimiento de 12 horas de funcionamiento.

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Xiaomi the Tablet – DTNS 4153

Dan Campos from NTX shares his review of Xiaomi’s MiPad 5 Android tablet. Twitter will stop auto-updating your Web version of the feed which sometimes causes tweets to disappear mid-read. And Cashier-free technology is coming to the UK’s Sainsbury supermarkets at a location in London set to open on November 29th.

Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Dan Campos, Roger Chang, Amos, Joe

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UK’s CMA announces full investigation into Nvidia’s Arm takeover – DTH

DTH-6-150x150The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority announce a full investigation into Nvidia’s takeover of Arm, Twitter acquires Threader, and Snap signs licensing deal with Sony Music Entertainment.

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Cordkillers 384 – Remember MoviePass? (w/ Eklund)

Disney announced a million things: are we plus or minus on the announcements? Plus, MoviePass is planned to be reborn and yes, there WILL be more Squid Game. All that and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Eklund.

This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: The Silence of the Lambs, Squid Game (104), Miami Vice (107 – “No Exit”)
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Microsoft’s End to End Excuses – DTNS 4152

We go in detail on the reasons why chip shortages will exist until next year. IBM announced its 127 qubit Eagle quantum chip, and Apple announced residents in eight US states to store digital state IDs and driver’s license.

Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Stephanie Humphrey, Roger Chang, Joe, Amos.


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Huawei Reportedly Plans to License Handset Designs – DTH

DTH-6-150x150Huawei reportedly plans to license its handset designs to third-parties, Microsoft updates Windows 11 to prevent app developers from using microsoft-edge protocol links for redirecting to a default browser, and FBI email server gets hacked to send out spam.

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Nobel Prize Science Winners – DTNS Science News Monthly 1

This week on the first edition of the DTNS Science News Monthly. Science correspondent Dr. Niki Ackermans covered who won the Nobel prizes in science, as well as the winners of the IgNobel prizes. She also talked about the first planet located outside our galaxy and new research about what goes in a whale and what comes out the other side. She also discusses the latest work in brain mapping and goes over the topics covered in the Daily Tech Headlines’ Sunday Science Supplement. She ends the show with a COVID update and a fun story about space tacos. You can find her at @AckermansNicole on twitter and submit your stories for next month’s news!

Hosted by Dr. Nicole Ackermans

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Week in Review for the Week of 11/8/21 – DTH

DTH-6-150x150Judge denies Apple’s motion for stay on third-party payment injunction, Didi reportedly planning app relaunch by the end of 2021, and YouTube now hides the public “dislike” count.

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The Remains of MoviePass – DTNS 4151

We explore the coming conflict of quantum computing and blockchain cryptocurrencies, plus we find out what happened to Movie Pass and learn about Patreon’s plan to host and deliver video.

Starring Tom Merritt, Shannon Morse, Len Peralta, Roger Chang, Joe, Amos

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