Sep 16th 2012
This Week in Tech 371
The Return of Cranky Geeks
Google's dark fiber, autocomplete liability, a high speed tube, end of Variety, Facebook and iOS, Brickhouse street view, helium hard drives, and more.
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- Everything Apple Announced
- Apple's dock connector change is awful
- Apple's timid new iPod nano
- iPhone 5 won't support simultaneous voice
- Google says 'do not track' option coming to Chrome
- Google rejects White House request
- Google: 500 million Android devices activated
- Twitter Hires Elite Apple Hacker
- 50% of Android devices contain unpatched vulnerabilities
- Twitter Ordered to Release OWS Protester’s Data
- Twitter surrenders Occupy protester's tweets
- Intel researchers put WiFi inside—the processor
- Intel Haswell Architecture Revealed
- GoDaddy apologizes for outage with 30% discounts
- GoDaddy outage was caused by router snafu
- Apple Wins Patent Ruling Against Samsung
- Mayer Just Gave Every Yahoo Employee An iPhone 5
- Helium-filled WD drives promise huge boost in capacity