Aug 11th 2013
This Week in Tech 418
C is for Chicken
Spying consequences, Lavabit, chicken vision, Bezos' old media, vat meat, and more.
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- General Keith Alexander: NSA will cut 90% of system administrators
- Don't worry, NSA says—we only “touch” 1.6% of daily global Internet traffic
- NSA by the numbers
- Lavabit founder closed his secure email service to 'protect the privacy' of its users
- NSA loophole allows warrantless search for US citizens' emails and phone calls
- Crossbar says it will kill the $60B flash memory market with Resistive RAM, which stores a terabyte on a chip
- Apple to unveil new iPhone September 10?
- Chicken Head Tracking - Smarter Every Day
- Apple's Tim Cook, tech execs meet with Barack Obama to talk surveillance
- Amazon's Jeff Bezos buys The Washington Post for $250 million
- Washington Post to be sold to Jeff Bezos
- Google leaves your Chrome passwords unprotected to promote security
- Debate over Chrome passwords
- Why Google Glass costs $1,500 now and will likely be around $299 later
- Sergey's test tube burger. Our new Ray Kroc
- Time Warner CEO Says Having Game Of Thrones As ‘Most Pirated’ Is ‘Better Than An Emmy’
- Amazon launches Amazon Art marketplace with over 40,000 fine artworks
- Cheetos Tweets - My view of TWiT #418