This week, the battle for free speech on the internet, Solar Eclipse 2017, Android Oreo is here, Samsung bursts onto the scene with a new Galaxy Note, Elon Musk wants to stop killer robots , and much more.
This week, A new HTC phone, Facebook’s developer conference, a camera that’ll kill the green screen, biotech that’s improving lives, DIY braces and…is a proposed bill the end of American privacy?…All this and more this week on The Drill Down.
This week, Box software engineer Irving Ruan joins us as we tell you how to buy PC games on Amazon & save 20%. Plus, a new Echo in the works, T-Mobile pees on its customers and tells them it’s raining data, NYC subways move into the future, Netflix’s secret codes …All this and more on The Drill Down.
This week, Dwayne and Andy are again joined by Greg Davies (from TARDISBlend, Blendover, and Heavy Metal Historian podcasts) as we discuss: Valve’s VR headset is unveiled, the most funded project on Kickstarter, the FCC defends Net Neutrality, Blade Runner 2, and we say goodbye to a sci-fi legend…
This week Dwayne, Devindra & Andy talk about the death of AT&T/T-Mobile, the public launch of Facebook Timeline, Zynga’s disappointing IPO, Sprint ditches Carrier IQ, SOPA is on hold for the holidays, Apple wins a patent over HTC, RIAA and other content kings caught filesharing, and the Dark Knight Rises & Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey trailers emerge.
Later, we discuss IBM’s 6th annual list of 5 technology predictions in the next 5 years, and Google’s annual ‘Zeitgeist’ list of the years top searches.
This week Andy, Dwayne, and semi-regular Tom Cheredar welcome guests Sean Ludwig from VentureBeat and Christopher Burnor from the Symbiotek podcast as we discuss: Facebook buys Gowalla, Kindle becomes #2 tablet, Verizon blocks Google Wallet, and a new advancement to cut chip power consumption.
Later we discuss upgrades to XBox Live, Verizon challenges Netflix, and YouTube’s new interface, all intended to steal your living room attention. Lastly we dissect culpability in the Carrier IQ exploit scandal.