The Drill Down 329: Apple WWDC 2014 Review (preview)

WWDC-2014-RecapThis week, Amazon jumps on streaming music, an Oculus Rift for Samsung mobiles? the co-founder of the Pirate Bay is arrested, the NSA collects millions of faces online Google to launch satellites for global broadband …and all the latest from Apple’s World Wide Developer’s conference…

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The Drill Down 243: Beware The Net (preview)

This week, a bushel of Apple headlines, including revealing evidence in the ongoing Apple/Samsung trial;  how a tech reporter’s online identity was demolished through a social engineering hack on Apple & Amazon tech support.
Plus, Starbucks invests $25 million– & their entire paypoint infrastructure– in Square payments.

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The Drill Down 241: Covering a Tragedy (preview)

This week, we examine social media’s reaction to the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado, plans to relaunch Digg, Why a buyout of your favorite startup means it’s probably toast, Nexus 7‘s overwhelming demand,  Apple‘s Mountain Lion launch, Apple vs. Samsung pt. 287, and why you’ll need new dock connectors for your Apple devices.

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The Drill Down 223: Targeting your Habits (preview)

This week, we look the science of habit formation and how retailers and other businesses are using that data to fine tune their marketing focus. Also at how Google bypassed privacy settings in Apple‘s Safari and Microsoft‘s Internet Explorer to track users web browsing.

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The Drill Down 188 – WWDC / E3 2011

This week we cover: Facebook’s claim that Paul Ceglia’s ownership contract is a fraud, Groupon files for $750 million IPO, Sony is hacked (again again) & so is Nintendo, UN declares Internet access a human right, McDonald’s clever interactive billboard, and Twitter incorporates auto-URL shortnening.

Later we discuss Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference, including updates to OS X, iOS, and the introduction of iCloud and iTunes Match, and we finish with a roundup of E3 2011, including new Kinect integration, Playstation’s  Vita and Nintendo’s Wii U.

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The Drill Down 158 – Lion Share for Apple

This week Mu, Tom and Andy discuss Apple’s new iLife, OSX Lion, and MacBook Air offerings, Steve Jobs’ uncharacteristic 4Q phone call to investors, additional privacy concerns at Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg on ‘The Social Network’, Ray Ozzie leaves Microsoft’s Chief Architect post, Wikileaks’ funding is frozen, and Starbucks opens an in-store community portal.

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