The Drill Down 346: Blue Light Special (preview)

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This week, HP splits in two, Chase gets hacked, the DEA imitates you on Facebook, Twitter sues the US, and Redbox Instant calls it quits, and the humble blue LED gets its day.

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The Drill Down 308: Lessons Learned and The Road Ahead (preview)

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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 Snowden NSA leaks, and a cube that balances on its edge.

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The Drill Down 276: Through a Glass, Darkly (preview)

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Google Glass gets skewered, tons of gaming news, FBI’s plan to wiretap web users, iOS 7 goes flat, Facebook & SMS lose millions of users, the world’s 1st 3D printed gun, and a man who quit the ‘Net for a year (and lived to tell about it)…

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The Drill Down 268: Terminator Sparrow (preview)

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This week, the White House on cellphone unlocking, Samsung’s new phone watches you, YouTube takes on streaming music, Microsoft gets fined €561 million, ISP’s Six Strikes plan is in effect, the Skywalkers (& Solo) come back for Star Wars VII; and I, for one, welcome our new cinder block-hurling overlords.

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The Drill Down 263: Emperor of the Geekiverse (preview)

JJ Abrams, Emperor of the Geekiverse

This week, it’s now illegal to unlock your phone, Twitter launches Vine, a short-form video service, Microsoft Office & YouTube go to paid subscriptions, Ashton Kutcher & JJ Abrams shake up the geek universe, and are the new Blackberry OS & devices Blackberry’s last gasp, or is it already too late?

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The Drill Down 261: A Better Sense of Justice (preview)

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This week, tragedy strikes the life of online activist Aaron Swartz, shameless journalistic bias at CES, Amazon rips previously purchased CDs, MySpace relaunches, Facebook unveils major surprises, and the White House shoots down the Death Star.

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The Drill Down 183 – The New Viewership

Click to embiggen.This week Tom Cheredar and Andrew Sorcini are joined by Devindra Hardawar, writer for VentureBeat and co-host of the Symbiotek & Slashfilmcast podcasts.

We discuss the effect the bin Laden raid had on global twitter traffic (and one tweeter in particular), Sony gets hit with a second round of security breaches, Apple updates their iMacs, rental laptops spy on their rentees, Warner Brothers buys Rotten Tomatoes, and The Woz tells Paul Allen to stop trolling.

Later we discuss the decline of TV ownership and DVD/Blu-Ray sales and why that’s an indicator of the new way we watch content; Julian Assange says Facebook is the most appalling spy machine that has ever been invented; and we breakdown the new upcoming Star Wars box sets.

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