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The future is flying cars! (Or not-flying cars, perhaps holes in the ground.)
Apple's new MacBooks suffering from thermal throttling - is it the end for Intel?
Google hit with $5 billion fine by EU for Android shenanigans.
Will Fuschia be Google's one OS to rule them all?
EU works on new laws of robotics.
Google Translate starts spouting prophesy.
Jeff Bezos is the richest man in history, but still gets his own hoagies.
Elon Musk settles his farting unicorn feud.
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How to manage backups and eliminate duplicate files, portable computer monitors, could we actually get flying cars? Getting call waiting to work with a Bluetooth headset, how to manage your passwords with a password vault, whether or not to buy your own DSL modem, a basic Wi-Fi router recommendation, Chris Marquardt reviews his "eyes" photo assignment, and more of your calls.
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Playing your digital music library on an old analog stereo, getting video from a phone to a car's display, could Cox be blocking a different streaming service? What to look for on a gaming PC and more of your calls!
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On The New Screen Savers, with Leo Laporte and Patrick Norton recorded on Saturday, July 21, 2018:

The MacBook Pro (2018) is here. Leo and Patrick push its new i9 Intel chip to see if we get the full benefits of the 4.8GHz processor and attach the external Blackmagic eGPU to see if this changes the thermals of the laptop. Also, Mike Wuerthele from AppleInsider tells what they've found in their own tests.
Samantha Lionheart from iFixit shows us the changes to the MacBook Pro's third-gen keyboard with a new anti-dust membrane.
Patrick loves headphones and brought two wireless versions: the Sennheiser HD1 and the Nuraphone that analyses your ears and tailors the sound to your hearing.
In Call for Help, we answer a question about the best uninterruptible power supplies‎ (UPS).
Jason Howell reviews the Motorola Moto Z3 Play.
In the Mail Bag, find out which routers and loudspeakers Leo and Patrick recommend.
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Adam Fisher is the author of Valley of Genius: The Uncensored History of Silicon Valley (As Told by the Hackers, Founders, and Freaks Who Made It Boom). He talks with Leo Laporte about the secret history of Silicon Valley.
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Should the EU fine Apple like Google? Score some coin by finding bugs in Microsoft products, Project Loon signs its first deal in Kenya, Cisco networking backdoors on the rise, a new subscription to protect companies from ransomware, Windows 10 will get better at telling time, the danger of GPS spoofing, and Tim Titus of Path Solutions demos TotalView.
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1:28 What's it like to be a 10 year old on a modern day smartphone? Katie Notopoulos from Buzzfeed set herself up to see for herself.
14:44 Blockchain technology promises to help change how journalism is delivered. Manoush Zomorodi talks about her new podcast business that's built on the blockchain.
31:42 Gavin Jenkins, once a gas station cashier, wrote about the new on-demand fuel delivery economy and how that might affect gas stations and the communities they serve.
47:24 The EU issued a record breaking fine to Google over its antitrust ruling, and JR Raphael from Android Intelligence believes that the European Union misses the point.
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Megan Morrone and Florence Ion tell you everything you need to know to get started with smart lights and smart plugs. Learn about wattage, voltage, and whether you need a hub or not. Plus, they get fancy with disco lighting you can control with your voice with the LifeX Strip, Philips Hue Bloom, and the new Nanoleaf remote.
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Is heat killing performance on Apple's new MacBook Pros??? Loon Balloons launching over Kenya, Falcon Northwest has some sweet systems, and a new VR headset standard!
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