This week, the internet is legally free for all, but not for Gawker, Microsoft buys LinkedIn, and all the latest from Apple‘s Worldwide Developers Conference and the Electronic Entertainment Expo…and much more!
This week, the Apple Watch sells out, Europe slaps Google with antitrust charges, LinkedIn gets instructional, podcasting wins a major victory, and … Dwayne’s not the only one who’s violently against drones … and much much more.
This week, Twitter and LinkedIn benefit from a mobile boom, Are wearables dead in the water already?, Did the FCC just hammer the final nail in Net Neutrality’s coffin?, Netflix raises fees, Amazongoes forHBO — and smartphones, what happens when a hashtag backfires on you, and much more…
This week, The Drill Down crew looks back at the year in tech and the web for the year 2013. We’ll discuss our favorite tech events of the past year, and what we can expect in 2014.
Before that, however, we discuss a recent discovery that the NSA sought to spy on gamers, eight top tech companies ban together to reform surveillance laws, and is Apple‘s iBeacon just a marketing gimmick or are there bigger plans in store?
This week, Dwayne DeFreitas and Andrew Sorcini analyze the latest hardware and operating system updates from Apple‘s 2012 World Wide Developer Conference, held this week in San Francisco, and then we take a look at the complex, ambiguous (and sometimes embarrassingly funny) minefield of policing copyright infringement.
But first, the headlines… more leaked password woes at Last.fm, Twitter introduces branded pages for hashtags via their first television ad, and ICANN launches the ‘great internet landgrab’!