On this week’s Drill Down podcast, the Dark Web is down, is Amazon Prime Day a ripoff, FCC buriesÂ public protests on net neutrality, the end of MS Paint and Adobe Flash, we go to San Diego Comic-Con, and much more.
This week, the Apple/FBI encryption case gets hotter, hundreds of terabytes of storage for billions of years, the next generation of autonomous robots, and you don’t have to just “˜Like’ us anymore …All this and more on The Drill Down podcast.
This week, the NSA most likely has your address book & contacts, Google‘s new terms of service put you in their ads, your Playstation 4 may be made by unpaid interns, Netflix on your cable box, former Valve employees launch Augmented Reality goggles, and Apple‘s spaceship gets clearance to land in Cupertino. All this and more…
This week, you don’t get to one Billion friends on Facebook without making a few compromises, Google passes Microsoft, Microsoft shifts paradigms, Foxconn strikes Apple, Apple Maps reveals more than it should, Marissa Mayer revamps Yahoo, Zynga fails, Lightning gets cracked, and we remember Steve Jobs a year later.
This week, The Drill Down team takes a look at April Fools’ Day on the web, Apple‘s upcoming revolutionary TV vs. existing console-based options, and further bad times for Yahoo, as Facebook strikes back, but first, this week’s hot tech headlines.
Instagram comes to Android, details on Sony‘s next-generation Playstation, Ashton Kutcher to play Steve Jobs, Apple addresses worker violations at Foxconn, an iPhone stalker app raises privacy concerns on Facebook, Amazon wins sales tax fight in Colorado, Google to sell tablets online, Google tests augmented reality goggles, and OMGPop‘s CEO gets catty.