Jason Howell and Megan Morrone talk to the week's newsmakers and breakers.
- 1:11 Rachel Abrams, business reporter for the New York Times, discovered that Google's knowledge graph showed her as dead, so she went through many steps to get it fixed.
- 19:20 Tom Merritt, host of Cord Killers, talks about the year in cord-cutting, and how far streaming services have come as more people get rid of their cable subscriptions for online content.
- 34:50 Brett Glass of LARIAT, a wireless ISP in Wyoming, shares his perspectives on the Net Neutrality repeal, and why he thinks it's not all doom and gloom.
- 48:17 Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica details his favorite games from 2017, as well as what he fears might happen with low-quality games flooding the market heading into 2018.
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- Google Thinks I’m Dead (I know otherwise.)
- GOP net neutrality bill would allow paid fast lanes and preempt state laws
- Super Mario Odyssey review: Mario’s densest, deepest adventure yet
- Horizon Zero Dawn is the best robot-safari adventure game ever made
- Hands in the box: New puzzle game Statik does right by VR
- Sonic Mania review: 16-bit return breathes new life into struggling series
- Tooth and Tail review: Delightful, rodent-riddled StarCraft for the rest of us
- Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds becomes Xbox One console exclusive “later this year”
- Review: Why I can’t stop killing a cute, puzzle-solving dog named Fidel
- Musk Sends His Phone Number to 16 Million Twitter Followers
- This startup uses body heat to mine crypto – for when robots take our jobs