Nov 17th 2013
This Week in Tech 432
Console updates, virtual credit cards, savvy assassins, malware on the ISS, and more.
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- Sony launches PlayStation 4, fans go nuts
- PlayStation 4 Teardown
- Apple reportedly acquiring the company behind Microsoft’s Kinect sensor
- Apple reportedly buys Kinect tech-creator PrimeSense
- Rejecting Billions, Snapchat Expects a Better Offer
- Could Google or Tencent Beat Facebook to Buying Snapchat?
- Inside Coin's techie vision for the all-in-one credit card
- Tired of a fat wallet? Coin lets you hold all your cards in a single, connected card
- Microsoft axes its controversial employee-ranking system
- Outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer tells WSJ that he was part of the problem
- Microsoft shouldn’t hire any CEO who wants to kill Bing and Xbox
- Google wins book-scanning case: judge finds “fair use,” cites many benefits
- Apple maps: how Google lost when everyone thought it had won
- I interfaced Google Glass 2.0, and I liked it
- Roku and AOL ink deal to bring first integrated news service to the streaming TV boxes
- Wolfram announces 'most important' project: a programming language that models the world
- Russian Cosmonauts Occasionally Infect the ISS with Malware
- Why Leonardo DiCaprio and World’s 2nd Richest Man Are Backing Instagram Rival
- New legislation would let Americans order cable channels a la carte