Oct 31st 2014
Tech News Today 1126
Silicon Valley Wants to Hack Your Food
Hosted by Mike Elgan
FCC Net Neutrality, Passcode vs Fingerprint, and Hacking Food.
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Hosts: Mike Elgan and Christina Warren FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is trying the solve Net Neutrality with a solution that everyone will hate, your smartphone passcode is protected but not your fingerprint, Samsung has new all metal phones, and find out why Silicon Valley is hacking food. Guests: Jessica Dolcourt, and Tim Bradshaw. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/tnt. Submit and vote on story coverage at technewstoday.reddit.com. Check out the full show notes for today's episode. We invite you to read, add to, and amend the wiki entry for this episode at wiki.twit.tv. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show. Running time: 37:49
- FCC ‘Net Neutrality' Plan Calls for More Power Over Broadband
- Police can require cellphone fingerprint, not pass code
- Samsung announces slim, full metal Galaxy A3 and A5 smartphones, at last
- Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Warg gets lengthy jail term
- Food 2.0: the future of what we eat
- Japan's wireless carriers told to unlock phones starting next year
- Android co-founder Andy Rubin to leave Google
- Hungary puts internet tax plans on ice following heavy protests
- Companies can now highlight important email information in Google's Inbox app
- You can expect the next Amazon Fire Phone to be less expensive
- A 3.85mm-thick phone? Chinese company Vivo says it's coming
- How do you watch TNT?