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Before that new smell even wore off iOS 11.2.5, Apple’s pushing ahead with a developer release of iOS 11.3, and boy, is it packed with some significant new features. Thursday’s Daily Fibre brings you a comprehensive summary of what’s coming.

Not to be left out of the fun, Microsoft has a new Insider build of Windows, and is MacOS preparing to follow iOS with a bold change?

The Spectre and meltdown patch has, well, melted down, as Spectre continues to haunt the IT industry.

In an extraordinary turn of events, a Nokia smart scale just got dumber. Learn why.

Marvin Phillips this week on The Juke In The Back

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

Be sure to get your Wednesday dose of Daily Fibre

Thank you for all the amazing feedback we’re getting on our new tech magazine show, The Daily Fibre. It’s nice to know it’s appreciated and making a difference.

On the next show, it’s HomePod, Tim, , but not as we were expecting it. Apple is about to release it’s delayed HomePod speaker in three countries, but without all the functionality promised last June. We’ve scoured the newswires and have a comprehensive roundup of all you need to know.

There’s loads of listener feedback on issues including wireless charging, Echo skills, Bard during Government shutdowns and more.

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On the next episode, Amazon opens a supermarket with virtually no human staff, what will it mean for blind people who want to shop at brick and mortar stores?

Has your social media been a bit quiet? The Federal Government shutdown in the US may be to blame.

Finally, Apple’s HomePod is very close. we take a sneak peak at some of its features.

Coming up on the inaugural edition of The Daily Fibre

Join me, Jonathan Mosen, as I scour the technology news sources, take your tech comments and questions, play a bit of great music, put it all together, and bring you the first edition of our new technology magazine show, The Daily Fibre.

Coming up on the first edition, a serious backdoor has been detected in a network attached storage device. If you have the device affected, this one is so easy to exploit that anyone can do it, and you need to patch it immediately. Join me as we discuss what backdoors are, what this one does, and how you can fix it.

The Rolling Stone greatest songs of the 50s and 60s continue this week on The Early Years

Regular listeners to The Early Years know that I play the best variety of music from the 50s and 60s including music from before the rock era which is generally accepted as starting in 1955.
This week, I can truly say that I'm playing the top songs of the 50s and 60s as I continue counting down the greatest songs of the 50s and 60s according to Rolling Stone Magazine which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017. Not every song was a hit. You'll hear a considerable number of album cuts that I hope you'll enjoy, or at least find interesting.

On The Mosen Explosion, the dance goes on

It’s time for yet another edition of the jolly old Mosen Explosion on Mushroom FM. As I write this, I’m heading back from Heidi and Henry’s wedding, which was a special, happy, moving, and perfect day.

Since we’re in post-wedding mode, I’ll be playing some of the music the happy couple chose for their background music playlist, and the wedding dance, at which I was the DJ. Dude!

Announcing Mushroom FM's new Technology and Music show, The Daily Fibre

I'm Jonathan Mosen, inviting you to join me for Mushroom FM's new technology magazine show, The Daily Fibre, on-air every week day.

It's Robby Burns Day this Week on Come by the Hills!

Yes, Robby Burns Day is this coming Thursday, so we're celebrating it tonight on Come by the Hills! We'll have Burns and Burns-esque music, some information about Scotland's national poet along with some of his most well-known poetry, and we'll even pipe in the Haggis! But don't worry. It's only a virtual haggis. the point is that we're going to have a great time celebrating the life and work of this man who has become over the years a very important cultural, even global, figure.

1948: Jukebox Rhythm Review part 2 this week on The Juke In The Back

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.


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