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The iPhone and iPad maker on Friday issued a fix for its mobile devices, but left its Mac lineup unpatched. But not for long, Apple says.
Why is the Internet so outraged about Yahoo scanning e-mail to improve the relevance of advertisements? This privacy flap already happened... in 2011.
In an interview, BotObjects founders Mike Duma and Martin Warner stay tight-lipped about the groundbreaking claims for their new 3D printer, but they swear it's for real, and that we'll have more details soon.
Apple's app ecosystem remains a closed-loop, Apple-only affair. But it's in the company's interest to change that.
A hacker group finds a secret set of codes that can decrypt the PlayStation 3's Level 0 security layer -- the holy grail of secrecy within Sony's console.
Despite the cold war between Apple and Android, Steve Wozniak would love to see iTunes make the leap onto his Android devices, according to Slashdot.
Apple should bring iTunes to Android -- that's according to Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Facebook's new unified e-mail and its implementation is causing unwanted changes to users' address books; worse, the changes have gone unnoticed by users and vital communication is being lost.
On today's show we talk to the guys from Chaotic Moon Studios in Austin, Texas about their Kinect-controlled skateboards and shopping carts and get excited about how they're moving into mind controlled devices. We also discuss the problem with Google's new privacy policies, The iPad 3 rumor roundup and how to make the most of Google+. And finally we take a look at Windows 8 vs. OS X Mountain Lion.
On today's show, Josh Lowensohn joins us to talk about Steve Jobs' departure from Apple, the coming Tim Cook era, and the new org chart. And don't worry, there's other news, too: Google pays $500 million for assisting pill popping in the U.S., GameStop's dirty tricks, CmdrTaco pulls a Steve Jobs, and the best song tribute to Steve Jobs you'll ever hear (listen all the way to the end!).