The Drill Down 296: Han ALWAYS Shoots First. (preview)

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This week, Steve Ballmer says goodbye, and investors want Bill Gates out next, Valve makes a new gamepad, Apple’s the number one brand worldwide, the NSA follows you on Facebook (whether you want it to or not), the internet’s black market is raided, and four rules to make Star Wars great again.

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The Drill Down 270: Gone, But Not Dead (preview)

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This week, Dropbox buys Mailbox, Google shuts down Reader, Netflix goes social, Samsung launches the S4, and Veronica Mars is back…thanks to Kickstarter, and more!

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The Drill Down 262: Megalomaniac (preview)

Kim DotCom at Mega launch

This week, Kim DotCom returns to launch Mega, FCC wants gigabit broadband across the US, Steve Jobs vs poaching, a sneak peek at the new Blackberry 10 mobile OS, Firefox OS phones, game develper THQ shuts its doors, and more

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The Drill Down 260: Highlights from CES 2013 (preview)

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This week, black box-style data recorders for cars, Intel’s top-secret set-top box, an Ubuntu-OS phone, Google makes nice with the FTC, a new Tegra 4 controller/console from NVIDIA, Valve‘s “Steam Box”, Kickstarter darling Pebble gets a launch date, the most insane keynote ever, and can we put an end to legalese in our EULAs?

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The Drill Down 157 – Driverless

This week, Tom and Andy discuss Digg’s BP ad and its new CEO, the debut of Windows Phone 7, the effectiveness of twitter on social activism. Driverless Google cars, cracking glass on the iPhone 4, the popularity of smartphone apps, and Facebook loves Bing.

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SDCC 2010: An Evening with Kevin Smith at Comic-Con (NSFW)

Every year at Comic-Con, Director Kevin Smith (Clerks, Chasing Amy, Cop Out) regales the Hall H audience as only a master raconteur can. Here is his 2010 Comic-Con session.

WARNING: The following audio contains explicit language and is not for younger or impressionable listeners.

Tonight On The Drill Down

Although you can see which stories we’ll be talking about on our Delicious page, we thought we’d make it easier for you to access them here on our site.  It also lets us list them in the order that we hope to cover them.

Twitter Mania: Google Got Shut Down. Apple Rumors Heat Up. (via Techcrunch).  On a similar note, IGN Entertainment asks Could Apple buy EA, Twitter?

FTC looks at Google-Apple board ties (via Reuters)

Duke Nukem Developer 3D Realms Shuts Down (via Shacknews)

MPAA suggests teachers videotape TVs instead of ripping DVDs. Seriously. (via Engadget)

Facebook Connect Launches on Digg (via Digg blog)

X-Rayed game consoles (Flickr image)

Hacker Demands $10M for Your Prescriptions (via NewsFactor)