Oct 1st 2014
Tech News 2Night 184
Facebook Apologizes Over Drag Queen Name Issue
Hosted by Sarah Lane
The Attorney General wants tech makers to leave backdoors in devices.
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Host: Sarah Lane The Attorney General wants tech makers to leave backdoors in devices, the Chinese government might be targeting Hong Kong protesters with malware, Comcast has DVR streaming to any device, Verizon cancels throttling policy, Apple Pay may arrive this month, a gold iPad might be announced, and Facebook apologizes to drag queens over naming controversy. Guest: Reed Albergotti Bandwidth for Tech News Tonight is provided by Cachefly. Running time: 17:10
- Holder urges tech companies to leave device backdoors open for police
- Protesters in Hong Kong Are Targets of Scrutiny Through Their Phones
- Comcast now lets some X1 customers stream DVR recordings from anywhere
- At the 11th hour, Verizon decides to cancel its controversial throttling plans
- Apple's New Payments Platform May Arrive Oct. 20
- Apple Said to Add Gold Option to IPad to Goose Sales
- Microsoft adds new Sway presentation application to the Office family
- Facebook Apologizes Over Drag-Queen Name Controversy
- London Phone Booth Converted To Solar-Powered Mobile Charging Station