This week, broadband gets a new definition, Edward Snowden on Cyber Warfare, ISIS may have hacked US Central Command’s Twitter, Experts call for tighter AI safeguards, and those shoes from Back to the Future are finally going to happen. All this, and much much more…
This week, Greg Davies from the Blendover & TARDISBlend podcasts joins Dwayne & Andrew as we discuss: Facebook fights clickbait, the NSA builds a Google to search your records, Amazon buys Twitch, and…is misogyny in games out of control?
With the cat out of the bag, courtesy of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, mass surveillance has become a popular debate on all forums. Questions are being raised about the legality and extend of snooping by the government security agencies. Furthermore, the trust that the general populace had in Google, Facebook, Apple and the likes has been eroding ever since reports about major companies being contacted by NSA surfaced. The 2013 mass surveillance disclosures have turned out to be nothing short of a storm, one that doesn’t look like it’d die anytime soon. Continue reading →
This week, Edward Snowden tells all, Uber & Lyft play dirty, Buzzfeed gets major VC love, Amazon launches a mobile card reader, Netflix passes HBO, more teens are familiar with PewDiePie than Johnny Depp, and what will you do when a robot has your job?
We ring in the New Year with our first new show of 2014! This week we discuss a new Pebble watch, cloud gaming on Sony Playstation, T-Mobile wants to pay you to switch, Facebook is dead to teens, are digital music downloads already obsolete?…the legacy of the SnowdenNSA leaks, and a cube that balances on its edge.
On this week’s show: Google previously bought seven robotics companies, and this week it buys the Big Dog (literally), Sprint guns for T-Mobile, Instagram wants a piece of Snapchat’s action, Twitter changes blocking–then changes their mind, are the NSA’s actions unconstitutional?