This week, Apple’s massive September event, e-book sales fall after Amazon contracts, Comcast wants you to pay to remove data caps, the hottest toy this holiday season … and much more in this super-sized episode!
This week, more news in the Edward Snowden/NSA eavesdropping case, Instagram adds 15-second video, the FAA eases rules on gadgets during travel, Barnes & Noble ends the Nook device, is Pandora ripping Pink Floyd (and others) off?…and much more.
As we close out the final days of 2011, Andy, Devindra, and Techmeme’s Lidija Davis are joined by Startup Digest’s Christopher Burnor and VentureBeat’s Sean Ludwig to review the top tech stories of the past year. After the break, we offer our tech predictions for 2012.
This week The Drill Down team explore Google Instant, craigslist’s censorship of their adult services listings; a slew of new Apple releases, including Ping, a music discovery service for iTunes, and AppleTV; Paul Allen unleashes patent troll hell upon Silicon Valley; Netflix for the iTunes; Google’s Gmail linked phone service and Priority Inbox; China’s “character amnesia”; and the Duke is back from the dead!