Nov 24th 2013
This Week in Tech 433
I'll Take the Gold Pill
Xbox One launch, choosing between the Internet and plumbing, the best selfie ever, and more.
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- Microsoft sells 1 million Xbox One units in its first 24 hours
- Overview: Here’s how Skype will work on the Xbox One
- Xbox One review: a work in progress with surprisingly strong launch games, solid entertainment hub functionality
- End of an era: Once-popular media player Winamp closing down on December 20
- Source: Microsoft In Talks To Buy Shoutcast And Winamp From AOL
- Microsoft Now Sells T-Shirts That Claim Google's Chrome Steals Your Data
- id Software founder John Carmack resigns
- Samsung owes Apple $290M more in damages, jury says
- Apple Receives Final Approval for ‘Spaceship’ Campus From Cupertino City Council
- Google Wallet Card is Official, Wallet Users Can Sign Up Now for Physical Cards
- US local police department pays CryptoLocker ransom
- Oxford Dictionaries Dubs
- Turntable.fm Shutting Down So Company Can Focus On Turntable Live Events Platform
- Warner Bros. Admits To Issuing Bogus Takedowns; Gloats To Court How There's Nothing Anyone Can Do About That
- Jony Ive and Marc Newson’s special edition red Mac Pro sells for $977,000 at Sotheby’s auction; gold EarPods sold for $461,000
- NFL, Major League Baseball Warn That Aereo Could Trigger End of Free TV Game Broadcasts