Tech News Weekly (Video)

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Tech News Weekly hosted by Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent brings you interviews from tech journalists who make or break the top stories of the week. Jason and Mikah give you more context and perspective, with an in-depth look at the fast-paced world of technology and how it is changing our lives. Records every Thursday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.

The FCC meets to decide the future of net neutrality in the United States, Google gets flooded with take-down requests in Europe to remove links, Apple's acquisition of Beats misses a beat, and more.
Apple is making big screen changes for its future big iPhones, Google is driving the self-driving car market, Google finally sells Glass to the public, and more.
EU says Google must remove links when people request it, Apple iPad copies multitasking from the Surface, Motorola unveils the Moto E, and more.
The air traffic control system ran out of memory, Google may be ready to radically change the Gmail user interface, Parrot launches a flying camera, and more.
Apple is close to paying $3.2 billion dollars to buy Beats Electronics, California moves closer to passing a smartphone kill switch law, Apple hires the guy behind the world's best smartphone camera, and more.
FCC net neutrality push back, 4K+ on Netflix, mobile apps, and more.
Alibaba filed its IPO, an Internet radio service re-launches as a social network, LinkedIn and Evernote transform what you can do with your business cards, and more.
The founder of Tumblr wants to bring back the customized profile pages of the early 2000s, Google is testing a total overhaul of how bookmarks work, an Aljazeera reporter says Google was cozier with the NSA than they previously disclosed, and more.
Verdict reached in the Apple Samsung patent lawsuit, Amazon lets you shop without leaving Twitter, Google considers killing off the URL, and more.
US Government wants their requests for user data a secret, Google gets sued by people saying Android is anti-competitive, Twitter's experimental mute feature, and more.
US Government wants their requests for user data a secret, Google gets sued by people saying Android is anti-competitive, Twitter's experimental mute feature, and more.
How three new Facebook features radically change the mobile landscape, why Facebook's acquisition of Oculus VR might be in jeopardy, AT&T; wants to compete against a combined Comcast-Time Warner Cable by buying DirecTV, and more.
How three new Facebook features radically change the mobile landscape, why Facebook's acquisition of Oculus VR might be in jeopardy, AT&T; wants to compete against a combined Comcast-Time Warner Cable by buying DirecTV, and more.
In this special edition of TNT, we cover the first F8 developers conference in three years where Facebook announces its new ad network, among other things, plus Samsung ships more smartphones than Apple, Huawei, Lenovo and LG combined, and more.
In this special edition of TNT, we cover the first F8 developers conference in three years where Facebook announces its new ad network, among other things, plus Samsung ships more smartphones than Apple, Huawei, Lenovo and LG combined, and more.
TNT 996: The End of Nexus April 29, 2014
Google's plan to replace its Nexus line of phones with a new Android Silver program, new details about the future of Microsoft phones and Nokia, Samsung 's new camera phone that’s a lot more camera than phone, and more.
TNT 996: The End of Nexus April 29, 2014
Google's plan to replace its Nexus line of phones with a new Android Silver program, new details about the future of Microsoft phones and Nokia, Samsung 's new camera phone that’s a lot more camera than phone, and more.
Another horrible exploit affecting more than half the world’s web browsers, Comcast buys Time Warner Cable, Microsoft gives details about its Xbox- exclusive TV shows and movies, and more.
Another horrible exploit affecting more than half the world’s web browsers, Comcast buys Time Warner Cable, Microsoft gives details about its Xbox- exclusive TV shows and movies, and more.
Google+ chief Vic Gundotra leaves the company, FTC officials side with Telsa over direct car sales to consumers, Pinterest rolls out a surprisingly good new search feature, and more.