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    How Your Ear Can Protect Your Smarpthone

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    We all know that the Smartphone is fast becoming the extension of both our private and professional lives.  Simply put, we cannot live without our Smartphone.  It has become the de facto technology by which we communicate with others.  The world of wireless is fast becoming crowded with an explosion of technologies, and with this rapid growth, comes the need for the most advanced security features.  Biometric technology has made strong headway into this market arena, with Fingerprint Recognition and Iris Recognition being the dominant technologies.  However, believe it or not, the geometry of your ear can also be used to secure your Smartphone.  This new field of Biometrics is known as "Ear Recognition".  In this radio show, we interview Mr. Michael Boczek of Descartes Biometrics, Inc., and learn more about this cutting edge technology.

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    A New Angle On Iris Recognition From Smart Sensors, LTD.

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    In the course of these radio shows, we have interviewed thus far two Biomeric Vendors whom specialize in scanning the eye for the purposes of verification and/or identification of an individual.  So far, we have examined Sclera Recognition, as well as Iris Recognition.  In today's interview, we interview Mr. Martin George, the CEO of Smart Sensors, LTD., based out of the United Kingdom.  The UK can be considered the 'home' of Iris Recognition, as it was Dr. John Daugmann of the University of Cambridge whom developed the first set of commercial Iris Recognition algorithms.  What sets Smart Sensors. LTD., today from the rest of the competition is that they are a 'one stop shop' for the customer wanting to use Iris Recognition technology.  For example, they noy only offer various types of Iris Recognition hardware devices, but they also offer SDK's and database prototypes to meet the exacting needs of the customer.  In this radio show, we learn from Mr. Martin George about their Iris Recognition products and services, what sets them apart from other Iris Recognition vendors, and what their plans and visions for the future are.

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    Lance Atencio will Discuss Alarm Clock Feature of Intel AMT SDK 5.1

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    Ajay Mungara and Gael Holmes talk to the Software Development Community about developer tools and technologies related to manageability and security.
    Lance Atencio will be the guest speaker. Lance will provide a quick overview of the new Alarm Clock feature of Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) SDK 5.1. http://www.intel.com/software/manageability

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    Ideas on the Artificial Life SDK with Chris Hecker

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    Following the last artificial life SDK discussion episode, Chris Hecker comes on the show to discuss his experiences and possible directions forward for the SDK idea.

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    Episode 21: iPhone SDK and American Idol

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    Kwass & Jon give their take on iPhone SDK and on the ousters from American Idol after they watch it of course (pre-show). Also, they announced a promo code 39 minutes in for a special contest hosted by System Showdown.

  • 00:17

    Upgrading Customizations for Dynamics CRM 2011

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    Join us for a discussion on what to expect when upgrading customizations from CRM 4.0 to CRM 2011.  What will developers need to look out for and what customizations will have to be upgraded for the next version.

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    Slightly Stale Nerd News

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    MIX '11 was in full swing last week and the talk so far has been about HTML5. Oh, and by the way, IE 10 is hitting preview state now. Sorry, Vista users. Windows Phone gets multitasking... again. And no more hacking needed as the Kinect SDK for Windows is prepared. Quick hits from the crew: Things we wish we had.

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    Live! From #iOSDevCamp

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    Hosted by: Sudha Jamthe

    Who: Developers, designers, entrepreneurs for iOS.

    What: 3-day weekend event, in the format of past iPhoneDevCamp and iPadDevCamp.

    When: August 20-22, 2010

    Where: PayPal (eBay) in San Jose, CA.

    Why: We love the developer community!

    The event is inspired by BarCamp, SuperHappyDevHouse, and MacHack, to develop Cocoa Touch and Web-based applications for Apple’s iOS. This follows the previous iPhoneDevCamp events held at Adobe Systems in San Francisco, July 2007 and August 2008, Yahoo! in 2009, and PayPal earlier this year. Out-of-town guests are welcome.

  • 00:30

    Building a Business with PayPal X

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    Join us for an engaging conversation on blogtalkradio. Learn how to build your business using PayPal X APIs and the most important things a developer needs to know in the payment platforms and technologies landscape.

    Interview with Carolyn Mellor and Steven Cooper on using the PayPal X platform and more!

    We look forward to you joining us.

    Host: Myrna Rivera

    Twitter: @PayPalx
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/paypalx