On this week’s Drill Down podcast, driverless ride-sharing is emerging, Russia’s part in hacking the U.S. election, President-Elect Trump meets with tech leaders, Bill Gates leads a fight against climate change, Â and much, much more.
This week, Windows pirates don’t get a free ride after all, Google & Intel jump into the luxury smartwatch game, YouTube wants a cut of the esports market, is the Mars One mission a scam? and the truth is STILL out there! … and much much more.
This week, Kim DotCom is back with Mega, FCC wants gigabit broadband nationwide, Steve Jobs hated poaching, a sneak peek at the new Blackberry OS, Firefox phones, game deveolper THQ calls it quits, and more.
This week The Drill Down team takes a look at the battle for your online distributed data, with new features on cloud storage services from Microsoft, Dropbox, and Google. Then, it’s sci-fi billionaires in space!!! as Google’s Larry Page, Eric Schmidt, and director James Cameron launch into a new venture to mine asteroids.
But first, the headlines… Nokia‘s down 30% with a $1.7 BN loss, Anonymous launches a social music service, Facebook pays Microsoft $550 M for former AOL patents, Adobe announces Creative Suite 6 (and subscription-based licenses), and Facebook announces its staggering Q1 financials, including details on its Instagram purchase.