May 13th 2012
This Week in Tech 353
I Killed Digg
Hosted by Leo Laporte
Facebook hoodie, Digg engineers, Kutcher tries Jobs, Potter on Kindle, iOS maps, and more.
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Hosts: Leo Laporte, John C. Dvorak, Mark Milian, and Joanna Stern. Facebook hoodie, Digg engineers, Kutcher tries Jobs, Potter on Kindle, iOS maps, and more. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twit. For additional show notes, visit the wiki page for this episode. Links to stories we covered (and then some) are available from Delicious or in our Friendfeed Room. Audio bandwidth for This Week in Tech is provided by the new Winamp for Android... featuring wireless sync and one-click iTunes import. Now with FREE daily music downloads and full length CD listening parties. Download it for free at Winamp.com/Android.
- -Exclusive: Yahoo’s Thompson Out; Levinsohn In; Board Settlement With Loeb Nears Completion
- -Zuckerberg’s Hoodie a ‘Mark of Immaturity,’ Analyst Says
- -Facebook tests 'pay to promote post' tool
- -Facebook is getting its own app store for all devices, all platforms, all prices
- -Come iOS 6, Apple Will Reportedly Kiss Google Maps Goodbye
- -Head-To-Head: Bing’s Social Search Vs. Google’s Search Plus Your World
- -Verizon refused to help police locate unconscious man unless they paid his phone bill
- -Twitter Developing Original Sports Content
- -SocialCode hires 15 employees from Digg.com
- -Droplr Pro: file-sharing service goes big-time with 100GB of cloud storage for $3 a month
- -HBO's 'Game Of Thrones' On Track To Be Crowned Most Pirated Show Of 2012
- -Ashton Kutcher tries on Steve Jobs' signature outfit for new film