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It's an old-school trio on today's show. Peter Ha, Justin Yu and Jeff Bakalar discuss the week that was pop-culture and tech including the Trevor Noah announcement, Deadpool news, Tidal, Full House and more.
The e-commerce company takes another step toward enabling consumers to buy products through tweets.
Yahoo starts doling out sought-after inactive usernames to people who requested them. If you didn't get your pick, the company is rolling over your requests to a new Watchlist feature, but it will cost newcomers $1.99.
The companies have partnered to give the smart thermostats to "selected hosts" in the US at no charge. It's part of a green push for Airbnb.
If you could get Santa to bring you anything at all, what would it be? Find out my picks, then share yours!
The voice and video chat app now will run all day in the background without draining a smartphone's battery, Microsoft says.
A next-generation keyboard accessory didn't emerge alongside the new iPad, which feels like a shame: it could have been the beginning of a magical fusion point for the iPad.
At an event for employees at Intuit, Bill Campbell, an Apple board member and close friend of Steve Jobs, speaks of watches, glasses, and "the application of technology to really intimate things."
With thousands of hurricane refugees still in need of shelter, New York City's mayor is working with the peer-to-peer home-sharing service to find those people temporary places to stay.
If you've been salivating over the thought of a telly that records stuff it knows you'll like but you've been balking at the price, we have good news.