Jul 14th 2013
This Week in Tech 414
Letters From Deadwood
Download.com wrappers, defining "Do Not Track", tyranny of the default, Dropbox backend, and more.
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- Unannounced Motorola Moto X likely spotted in the hands of Google's Eric Schmidt
- Motorola Moto X being released in August in Black and White – Always on voice commands
- Google is retiring its Latitude location-sharing service on August 9th
- Dropbox replace the hard drive with its Dropbox Platform, with a sync API, a ‘universal file picker’, and more
- Microsoft is cutting the price of its Surface RT tablets, base model to cost $349
- Nokia Lumia 1020: a 41-megapixel Windows Phone available on July 26th for $299.99 at AT&T
- Amar G. Bose, Acoustic Engineer and Inventor, Dies at 83
- PCWorld Exits Print, and the Era of Computer Magazines Ends