Nov 10th 2014
Tech News 2Night 212
Obama Wants the Internet Reclassified
Hosted by Sarah Lane
China Hacks the US Postal Service
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Host: Sarah Lane The President takes stand on net neutrality, AT&T is now ditching in-flight WiFi plans, a major security flaw uncovered in iOS, Chinese hackers breach US Postal Service computers, Instagram lets you edit captions, Facebook Messenger tops 500 million, Google to take over Moffett Airfield from NASA, and robots could be smarter than humans in 25 years. Guest: Adi Robertson Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/tn2. For detailed show notes, visit twit.tv/tn2/212. Bandwidth for Tech News Tonight is provided by Cachefly. Running time: 15:22
- What can Obama really do for net neutrality?
- AT&T Gets a Foothold in Mexico
- Major iOS security flaw ‘Masque Attack' reportedly uncovered, found to ‘pose much bigger threat' than WireLurker
- China suspected of breaching U.S. Postal Service computer networks
- Facebook Wins: More Than 500 Million Are Using Messenger
- Instagram now lets you edit captions, suggests accounts to follow in new People tab
- Google Takes Over Operations Of Moffett Airfield From NASA, Will Invest $200M Into The Site
- Robot Brains Catch Humans in 25 Years, Then Speed Right On By