Leo Laporte and Iain Thomson talk with Nathan Seidle, the founder of SparkFun Electronics about the safe-cracking robot he created and how it works. It was one of the most popular exhibits at DEF CON. Is your digital life a mess? Megan Morrone is here to help as she kicks off our #DigitalCleanse series. Today, learn how to tame your notifications. Is there a good 'trust no one' cloud storage solution? Why is Verizon so late on Android updates? Find out in our 'Calls for Help.' Then, Jason Howell loves great audio and has a review of IK Multimedia's small iLoud Micro Monitor speakers.
- Consumer Reports pulls its recommendation on Microsoft Surface laptops
- Hackers put malware in a strand of DNA.
- Iain explains why is Marmite could prevent miscarriages and birth defects (Iain says, "Is there nothing Marmite can't do?")
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- Consumer Reports pulls recommendation for Microsoft Surface laptops
- Microsoft Mounts Its Defense of Surface Reliability
- BIOHACKERS ENCODED MALWARE IN A STRAND OF DNA
- Why marmite could prevent miscarriages and birth defects
- Destination PWND: Safes, ATMs, phones all fall to Vegas hax0rs
- Watch a Homemade Robot Crack a Safe in Just 15 Minutes
- IK Multimedia | iLoud Micro Monitor