The Drill Down 318: The Cost of Secrets (preview)

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This week: When exactly did Target know about last year’s security breach?, Amazon raises the price of Prime and ponders a Chromecast-style set-top box, Sony reveals a VR helmet, Google’s smartwatch OS, and Tech’s biggest leaders, both living and dead, have an opinion to share on big issues this week.

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Geeks Of Doom’s The Drill Down is a roundtable-style audio podcast where we discuss the most important issues of the week, in tech and on the web and how they affect us all.

Hosts are Geeks of Doom contributor Andrew Sorcini (Mr. BabyMan), marketing research analyst Dwayne De Freitas, and Box tech consultant Tosin Onafowokan. Occasionally joining them is Startup Digest CTO Christopher Burnor.

The Drill Down 277: Where No Man Has Sung Before (preview)

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This week, YouTube test pilots paid subscriptions, BlackBerry messaging arrives on iOS & Android, the Tesla Model S gets the highest praise from Consumer Reports, all the latest from Google I/O, and the first music video recorded in space!

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Hosts are Geeks of Doom contributor Andrew Sorcini (Mr. BabyMan), marketing research analyst Dwayne De Freitas, and Startup Digest CTO Christopher Burnor. Occasionally joining them is Box tech consultant Tosin Onafowokan.

BlackBerry 10: Late, But Confident

BlackBerry Z10 & Q10

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Blackberry (the company formerly named RIM) demoed the BlackBerry 10 at the CES 2013 to get the critics roused and the fans excited. Of the six devices they are to launch this year, two of them were unveiled exclusively. Despite the fact that the OS has been delayed and is already under a lot of fire for not being able to pull its own around smartphone heavyweights such as Android and iOS lately, the folks over at Blackberry seem to be packing on the confidence. Continue reading

The Drill Down 246: Accept No Substitutes (preview)

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This week,  Apple beats Samsung in a landmark patent and design lawsuit to the tune of $1 billion dollars. Panelists Andrew Sorcini, Christopher Burnor & guest VentureBeat staff writer Sean Ludwig discuss how this will affect Apple, Samsung, the whole mobile phone ecosystem, the future of patent lawsuits, & you, the consumer.

In headlines this week: Twitter removes friend-finding from Tumblr and removes 3rd-party plugin identification from Twitter.com, Microsoft gets a new logo, Apple delays TV device development, a landmark filesharing fine is upheld, Ask.com buys About.com from The New York Times, and President Obama visits Reddit.

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The Drill Down 236: E3 2012 & All Things D (preview)

This week, we break down this year’s latest videogame announcements from the 2012 E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo). Later, we discuss last week’s All Things D conference, which was “haunted by the man who isn’t here”.

But first, LinkedIn suffers a massive security breach as 6.4 million passwords get leaked, Google sneaks the first video from Project Glass, Facebook Camera launches, Facebook plans to allow under 13-year olds into their service, Apple to bring Siri to the  iPad, and Airtime launches.

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The Drill Down 228: The Social Network Strikes Back (preview)

This week, we take a look at April Fools’ Day on the web, Apple’s rumored upcoming  TV set vs. existing console-based options, and  bad news for Yahoo, as Facebook strikes back, plus these 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 & OMGPop‘s CEO gets catty.

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The Drill Down 217 – ncomment’s War, Part III

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On this week’s show, we welcome back Lee Garnett, the brilliant mind behind the social media-conscious online comic, ncomment. Lee guides us through the final chapter of his magnum opus, War, an epic three-part series about Digg, Reddit and the fractious conflicts between social communities.

But first, the headlines: Apple’s head designer Jonathan Ive is knighted, Netflix launches a new series (and double the delay on Warner Bros. content), Yahoo names PayPal’s chief as its CEO, An Android App that helps you fight SOPA, Reddit goes black to protest  SOPA, Lenovo launches an Android-powered TV, Nokia launches the Lumia 900, Kinect comes to Windows, and Google adds personal results to search.

For our Final Word, we ask whether Internet access should be classified as a human right, or a facilitator of human rights.

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