Breaking news right at the top of the show as Microsoft loses its appeal and the court rules they have to stop selling infringing copies of Microsoft Word by January 11, 2009. We also welcome the new White House security czar and the Google Yelp drama plays on. We're on break now, but we do have special episodes in the feed. We'll be back on January 4! Have a a great holiday!
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Microsoft loses Word patent appeal
White House appoints cybersecurity chief
Who Walked, Google or Yelp?
Apple’s TV subscription plan gains potential partners in CBS, Disney
Ford to offer new Wi-Fi option in cars: “BYO Modem” is the model
Israeli programmer hacks Kindle, breaks DRM protection
Backupify drops paywall; backs up your data from Twitter, Facebook, and Gmail
In TVs is thin going to be the new differentiator where size was before?
Wireless Charging, nee HDMI?
Anonymous on Verizon
On episode 1130, the gang discussed justin.tv adding a pay-per-view model on livestreams and receive a negative response. I used to follow justin.tv ’s Twitter stream and they were constantly promoting live artists that were streaming concerts. Examples include: John Mayer, Lady Gaga, Snoop Dogg, and many more. I remove the list after constantly getting ping to see Cincinnati receiver Chad Johnson’s livestream. I can see this as a great way for artists to receive compensation to show live concerts online but the real question is will people pay for this? We shall see.
Love the show,
New Orleans, LA
Public key cryptography is a good idea but I have a feeling that the
movie studios don’t trust the theaters and thus wouldn’t want them to
be able to play the movie until it is supposed to be released. With
regular encryption the movie studios can send along the movie before
it is released and don’t have to worry about the theaters being able
to play the movie until the key is sent to them at the time the movie
Love the show,
Alex Kaiser, Mill Valley, CA