Tech News 2Night

Get your tech news and get on your way. Tech News 2Night brings you the evening's top tech news plus a deep dive into the big stories of the day. Hosted by Sarah Lane, Tech News 2Night records live, weeknights at 4pm PT/7pm ET.

March 6, 2014
#38: Bitcoin Founder Revealed?

Did Newsweek out the elusive Bitcoin founder?, Facebook's new look is like the old look, DirectTV and Disney could be close to a cord-cutting deal, Spotify makes some new moves, and iOS 7.1 not needed for iTunes Festival.

March 5, 2014
#37: Encrypted Privacy Smartphone

The smartphone with voice and text encryption, CNN sells Zite, Facebook cracks-down on illegal gun sales, iAds can now be fullscreen, and video from a satellite so high resolution you can see individual cars.

March 4, 2014
#36: Cord-cutting Breakthrough

Groundbreaking news for cord-cutters, where is iOS 7.1?, is Bitcoin a currency or commodity?, RadioShack to close over 1,000 stores, and how you can be a trailblazer without getting fired.

March 3, 2014
#35: Nintendo to Improve Your Life

Nintendo wants to improve your life, a $300 denial of service ransom, Microsoft's SurroundWeb projectors, two new Samsun Chromebooks, and more.

February 28, 2014
#34: Apple Wins, Trolls Lose

Apple wins big over patent trolls, Mt.Gox goes bankrupt then is sued, Apple TV's are discounted, the Secret Service and Sears work together, and a lack of trust at the RSA security conference.

February 27, 2014
#33: UK Spies Hack Webcams

Millions of video chat images were collected by spy agencies, why one in five Mac users are at risk, how close is Amazon to a streaming music service, the latest breakthroughs in 3D printing, and the App that pays homage to silence.

February 26, 2014
#32: MtGox Might be Gonzo

MtGox may not go away quietly, Google Now Launcher launches, many Sony stores closing, and a "self-destructing" smartphone from Boeing.