Dec 22nd 2013
This Week in Tech 437
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Hosted by Leo Laporte
Top stories of the year, the NSA and bad journalism, 2013 Zeitgeist, happy slapping, and more.
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Hosts: Leo Laporte, Patrick Beja, Ed Bott, and Jason Hiner Top stories of the year, the NSA and bad journalism, 2013 Zeitgeist, happy slapping, and more. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twit. For additional show notes, visit the wiki page for this episode. Bandwidth for This Week in Tech is provided by Cachefly. Please take the TWiT Audience Survey at http://twit.tv/showsurvey. It only takes a few minutes and we'd love to know what you think. Running time: 2:06:16
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- The year's top stories: Oracle crapware, Windows 8.1, the NSA, and more [2013 in Review]
- The real story in the NSA scandal is the collapse of journalism
- Microsoft Director Says CEO Choice Will Not Be Made Until Early 2014
- BlackBerry posts massive $4.4-billion quarterly loss, revenue plunges
- BlackBerry’s First Foxconn Partnership Phone Will Be 3G BB10 Device, Coming March Or April 2014
- BlackBerry CEO hoping to avoid future layoffs, expects to be profitable by 2016
- Apple's Redesigned Mac Pro Now Available for Online Orders
- China Deal Gives Apple Big Market to Court
- Apple airs touching holiday commercial featuring the iPhone 5s and AirPlay
- Google Zeitgeist 2013
- Textopornographie: France creates its own word for 'sexting'
- Jailbreak for iOS 7 is out, but proceed with caution
- ‘Hatching Twitter’ Book Optioned For TV Show Development By Lionsgate
- Exclusive: Twitter working on “edit” feature for tweets
- Exclusive: Dish eyes 2014 bid for T-Mobile - sources
- T-Mobile Plans to Talk “Un-Carrier” 4.0 at CES
- Tim Draper Wants To Split California Into Pieces And Turn Silicon Valley Into Its Own State
- No One Buys Music on the Web Anymore. Except When They Buy a Million Beyonce Albums in Five Days.