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  1. Upgrade #222: That’s Not a Plan - Relay FM

    John Siracusa joins Jason to discuss the future of Apple

    https://www.relay.fm/upgrade/222

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  2. Clockwise #197: So Much of Your Life is a Lie - Relay FM

    Net neutrality, brain-training games, wireless charging, and our camera-filled future.

    https://www.relay.fm/clockwise/197

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  3. Upgrade #79: Turkey Dinner Pizza - Relay FM

    Guest John Siracusa joins Jason to talk about HDTV, the future of the Mac, and pizza.

    https://www.relay.fm/upgrade/79

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  4. Episode 2: Is it too late to secure the internet of things? | IoT Podcast

    Fans of the connected home got some exciting news when Amazon showed of its Dash Buttons, a simple, connected button that consumers could press to order a single products from the e-commerce giant. The idea is consumers would pop a Tide button by their washing machine, a Cottonelle button by their toilet and an Oil of Olay or Gillette Fusion button by their medicine cabinet, and as they run low, press the button to order more. It was an idea so simple that it seemed ridiculous and people wondered if it was an April Fool’s prank.

    So Kevin Tofel and I discussed the Dash on this week’s show and you won’t believe why Kevin doesn’t like the idea. We also discuss the newly launched Hue Go wireless LED light, which I review ahead of its May or June launch. For $99.95 it’s a splurge, but if you like lights, I think it makes a nice gift. We kicked off the show with me sharing a segment that I recorded with Nightline, the ABC late-night news program. The show came to my home and hired a hacker to film a segment on smart homes and security. You can see the segment below:

    ABC Breaking US News | US News Videos

    The experience prompted me to ask this week’s guest Joshua Corman to come on the podcast to speak about his efforts with an organization called I am the Cavalry, a collective of hackers, researchers and activists trying to build a more secure connected future. We spent a lot of time discussing the group’s framework for connected cars, but it’s a framework that will translate well to other aspects of the internet of things. So get ready to feel very insecure (watch Corman’s TED talk to feel worse)

    and to learn a bit more about Kevin Tofel’s odd network habits.

    Listen at Soundcloud and get the download

    Hosts: Stacey Higginbotham and Kevin Tofel

    Guests: Joshua Corman, co-founder at I am the Cavalry

    How your Nightline smart home sausage was made

    A review of the new Hue Go wireless light

    Amazon Dash is a cool retrofit, but Kevin doesn’t want it

    Here is the bare minimum for a secure internet of things

    Are today’s cars a BP oil spill waiting to happen?

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    http://iotpodcast.com/2015/04/episode-2-is-it-too-late-to-secure-the-internet-of-things/

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  5. Upgrade #30: Boarding a Sinking Ship - Relay FM

    Jason and special guest John Siracusa discuss the iPhone 6 Plus, reactions to "Becoming Steve Jobs," Apple’s lost decade, and what lessons can be learned by business successes and failures.

    http://www.relay.fm/upgrade/30

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