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10 podcasts for IT pros

You’re busy, but you want to keep up with the latest tech news and trends — or laugh at jokes only techies would find funny. Here’s our curated list of podcasts that are worth a listen on the treadmill, with your morning coffee or on your daily commute.
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Trump woos tech leaders

President-elect delivers a friendly message to America’s tech leaders, California delivers an unfriendly one to Uber, Amazon delivers popcorn by drone, and Popcorn Time delivers treachery via the Internet. This week’s tech roundup delivers the goods.
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Canadians could try harder on digital privacy

Canadians aren’t that privacy-savvy, but they are happy with their digital services. Headphones are learning to spy on you, computers are learning to lip read and Facebook is learning that censorship might just pay. It’s all in this week’s tech roundup.
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Alleged DDoS-for-hire masterminds busted

HP exits one business, losing billions, and enters another, spending billions. Samsung’s phones continue exploding. Facebook finds the courage to apologize for bizarre censorship, and Apple finds the courage to annoy thousands of users. It’s just another week in IT.
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Snowden fingers Russia for NSA hack

The U.S. government’s electronic spy agency lost some secret files and Google puts its own online. China is putting quantum physics up in space, and Uber wants to put drivers out of work. And this week’s dingbat of the week is a doozie.
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