Tonight Becky Worley joins Jason Howell and Megan Morrone to talk about the legacy of Intel's Andy Grove who passed away at the age of 79. We discuss all the possible ways the FBI could crack the iPhone 5c used by terrorist Syed Farook. Lazers? Acid? Or maybe the NAND mirroring technique suggested by iPhone developer Jonathan Zdziarski. Next, we talk to Lauren Hockenson from The Next Web about the demise of the Wii U, followed by a double entendre-filled conversation with JR Raphael from Computer World about what Android users can be excited about in the iPhone SE and how & why size matters...in phones.
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- Andy Grove—former Intel CEO, chairman, and first employee hired—dead at 79
- How a new hack put Apple's FBI fight on hold
- How Vizio and Google radically reinvented the TV
- Bill Gates is backing a waterless toilet that could revolutionize global sanitation
- The Nano Membrane Toilet
- Cognitive science suggests the way we use smartphones is making us feel powerless
- Will we say goodbye to the Wii U this year?
- Why Android users should applaud Apple's small phone revival
- Boaty McBoatface: What You Get When You Let the Internet Decide
- Campaign launched to name the UK's state-of-the-art £200m polar research ship