Sep 30th 2012
This Week in Tech 373
A View to Die For
Hosted by Leo Laporte
Map choices, Pono fidelity, Yahoo spying, Bing Bing, spam scams, talking with pictures, streams on Mars, and more.
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Hosts: Leo Laporte, John C. Dvorak, Robert Heron, and Liz Gannes. Map choices, Pono fidelity, Yahoo spying, Bing Bing, spam scams, talking with pictures, streams on Mars, 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.
- - Apple apologizes for maps
- - Apple-Google Maps Talks Crashed Over Voice-Guided Directions
- - Take A Closer Look At The Icon For Apple's Terrible Maps App
- - iOS Maps and China
- - Apple and Nokia conceal fewer sensitive sites than Google Maps
- - Does Apple have a Scott Forstall problem?
- - Neil Young expands Pono digital music service
- - Sharp takes out $4.6 billion loan while it continues restructuring
- - Google Kills AdSense For Feeds
- - Google’s Spring Cleaning program removes AdSense for Feeds
- - Will TV be Apple's undoing?
- - New Java flaw could hit 1 billion users
- - Kickstarter’s Hidden Wasteheap of Killed Projects
- - The Case for Abolishing Patents (Yes, All of Them)
- - Streams Of Water Once Flowed On Mars