Sep 9th 2012
This Week in Tech 370
Take the Gun, Leave the Nokia
Hosted by Leo Laporte
Geek olympics, the long game, biometric privacy, Bing It On, out of control takedowns, and more.
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Hosts: Leo Laporte, Trey Ratcliff, Mike Elgan, Ryan Block, and Doug Kaye. Geek olympics, the long game, biometric privacy, Bing It On, out of control takedowns, and more. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twit. For additional show notes, visit the wiki page for this episode. Audio bandwidth for This Week in Tech is provided by 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.
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- - Bing It On: Microsoft Claims 2:1 Users Prefer Bing’s Search Results Over Google’s In Blind Test
- - Taxi & Limousine Commission Tells Uber It Can’t Legally Operate a Taxi App In NYC, Uber CEO Disagrees
- - DecorMyEyes Merchant Vitaly Borker Sentenced To Four Years In Federal Prison
- - Facebook Cancels Secondary Offering, Zuck And Board Members Won’t Sell To Keep Shares Off The Market
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