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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Hosts are Geeks of Doom contributor Andrew Sorcini (Mr. BabyMan), VentureBeat editor Devindra Hardawar, marketing research analyst Dwayne De Freitas, and Startup Digest CTO Christopher Burnor. Occasionally joining them is Techmeme editor Lidija Davis.

The Drill Down 016 – Strike Out!

The big news this week is, of course, the Writers’ Guild Strike 2007, and Andy, Reg & Mu throw in their $.02 (which is just .02 less than the writers currently get in residuals). Plus iTunes/iPhone news, Lightning Round, and the “Race to 1000″ comes to an early end.


Show Links
2007 Writers Guild of America strike @ Wikipedia
The Writer’s Guild: Why We Fight
Eisner’s advice to striking writers: Blame Steve Jobs, not the studios

The Evan Series – Video Rentals Coming Soon to iTunes?
Latest iPhone update jailbroken before it hits the ground
Eye-Fi: How One Little Chip Will Change the Way You Share Pictures
Rumormonger: Digg close to a $300 million sale?
That’s Your AIM in My GTalk
IndiaTimes website ‘attacks visitors’
Radiohead says its fans are not cheapskates
Mike Arrington Crucified for no-show @ Blogworld
Games that can educate: SimCity donated to OLPC project
Pownce : Note From Kevin
Demonoid Shuts Down Again