F5 Live: Refreshing Technology (Video)

A weekly Technology and Tech News podcast featuring Scott Ertz
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Episodes of F5 Live

This week, Area-51 is under attack, Nintendo is recovering from piracy, and the DoJ is getting serious about ransomware.
This week, Google's adding some Fuchsia to its home, Valve is bringing Linux to your palm, and a lion roars at Amazon HQ.
This week, Zigbee makes the IoT Matter, Discord is playing fewer videogames, and Apple is trying to bring back the Beats.
This week, Apple's giving up billions, Microsoft is giving up commissions, and Roku is giving up YouTube TV.
This week, chips are in short supply, Twitch is reducing the bots, and Google is pushing away the rest of the web.
This week, LG might leave the smartphone market, Xbox Live is now the Xbox network, and Twitch is scoring your stream.
This week, NFTs are all the rage, EVO Championship Series is joining Sony, and the NFL has found some funding.
This week, Big Tech is in the crosshairs, Fall Guys is entering the Metaverse, and Sony is out of video sales.
This week, Epic and Apple are ramping up tensions, Comcast is extending its data cap deadline, and Facebook is proving it is serious in Australia.
This week, North Dakota wants to ruin the iPhone, Maryland is taxing advertisements, and Australia still wants a piece of Google.
This week, Apple's driving mobile privacy, Nvidia's expanding GeForce Now, and what in the world happened with GameStop?
This week, Malwarebytes is hit by malware, Valve is hit with a giant fine, and AT&T TV Now's hits finally knocked it out.
This week, the Tech Podcasts Network team discusses what's coming up and what we're all most excited about for CES 2021.
This week, App Fairness is expanding its ranks, Russia is expanding its outlook, and HBO Max is expanding its reach. Plus, ways to prepare for 2021.
This week, Cydia wants a piece of Apple's pie, the whole government wants Facebook in pieces, and Disney has a whole lot of new content on the horizon.
This week, Libra's seizing the Day (Diem), Fortnite is tripping up gamers, and WarnerMedia is almost skipping theaters.
This week, Samsung's in the uncanny valley, Sony's canning PlayStation users, and Google TV can no longer show Netflix content.
This week, new processors are showing up everywhere, internet usage is going up, and Twitch is admitting it screwed up.
This week, Yahoo is coming for your phone, Facebook is leaving Internet Explorer, and videos don't belong to you.
This week, videogame streaming is under review, Google is officially under suit, and Quibi is underwater.
This week, Oracle's eyeing a Supreme Court win, Epic is keeping iOS Unreal, and DirecTV is on (fire) sale.
This week, the EU is reducing the bloat, Google is expanding the games, and Nikola is trying to hide their fraud.
This week, Amazon's flying in your home, Microsoft's expanding its catalog, and Spotify's adding video to its audio.
This week, Android's firing the nannies, Google's enhancing their fiber, and comics are coming to DC Universe.
This week, time is ticking for TikTok, Apple is trying to support game streaming, and Amazon is literally under fire.
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