The 404: Ep. 1135: Where we turn the piracy up
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The 404: Ep. 1135: Where we turn the piracy up

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The wait is over for iPhone 5 buyers today despite the ongoing Apple Maps mess, so let the Apple picking begin! To combat smartphone theft, the NYPD wants to remind everyone about their Operation ID plan that lets users register their devices with local authorities. To everyone's surprise, the iPhone 5 gets a positive scores on iFixit and the company is about to make the current owner of Earpods.com very, very rich. It's not all about Apple today though, tune in to hear what Neil Young thinks about the golden age of music piracy.

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