Tech News Weekly (Video)

by Leo Laporte (distro@twit.tv) · · · CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 · 159 subscribers

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.

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.
The FCC chairman proposes rules that critics say ends net neutrality in the US, big tech companies unite to prevent the next Heartbleed, Facebook acquires a fitness tracker and launches a breaking news service, and more.
OnePlus One, Dish starts streaming TV to phones and tablets, HBO comes to Amazon Prime, and more.
TNT 991: AT&TV;? April 22, 2014
Aereo goes to the Supreme Court, State sales take hammers Amazon sales, Netflix and Comcast go to war, and more.
Apple and Google go for game developers, a major Japanese company rolls out a WebRTC client, Facebook plans to announce a mobile ad network, and more.
Heartbleed flaw is getting fixed on more websites, Pandora sued by major record labels, Google might split Nexus into two different price points, and more.
Aereo creates a website to convince the world that it rents antennas and doesn't steal content, Eyefi is launching a cloud service that automatically backs up all your pictures from all your cameras, and more.
Samsung plans to launch a fifth smartwatch product, politicians want to kill voluntary industry kill switch proposals, LaCie says they've been leaking customer data to crooks for a year, and more.
Google snatches a drone company everybody expected Facebook to buy, details on the Amazon smartphone, 4K laptops are here, and more.
TNT 985: Facebank? April 14, 2014
Why the Amazon smartphone might be super cheap, Facebook wants to be your bank, Heartbleed claims its first documented victims, and more.
Apple and Intel refuse to fund patent trolling this time, 44% of Twitter users have never tweeted, Amazon buys Comixology, and more.
Silicon Valley is meddling in India's epic election, Dropbox drops a box full of new apps, a new startup makes building robots as easy as LEGO, and more.
Backlash against Comcast's acquisition of Time Warner Cable in Congress, Google wants to be the new Priceline, CNN's 15 second TV show for Twitter, and more.
A software flaw called Heartbleed could expose encrypted web traffic, Comcast says it's an underdog surrounded by strong competitors as it tried to buy Time Warner Cable, the FTC has a bone to pick with social site Jerk.com, and more.
Google plans to launch Android TV, a new Google Glass app lets you stream live video to the Internet, Amazon announces a WiFi- and Voice-enabled barcode scanner for automating your grocery shopping list, and more.
Is anonymity a great idea that supports both privacy and free speech? Nest issued a recall on its smart smoke detector, Apple may have acquired Novauris for better voice recognition, and more.
A Cuban social network created by the US government to undermine the Cuban government, Google finally splits its stock, Europe gets strong net neutrality, and more.
Amazon announces the Fire TV streaming video service, Apple and Samsung trade barbs in the courtroom, Microsoft jumps into the internet of things, Blackberry breaks up with T-Mobile, and more.
Yahoo might buy a boatload of video content, smartphone users shun the mobile web in favor of apps, an unauthorized browser extension reveals hidden email addresses on Linkedin, and more.