Dec 29th 2013
This Week in Tech 438
The Best of TWiT
Memorable TWiT moments from 2013.
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- Apple analysts react to Galaxy S4 launch with a variety of wild insights
- Samsung GS4 launch: Tone-deaf and shockingly sexist
- Bitcoin passes $200 mark for the first time
- Bitcoin Is Crashing - It's shaping up to be a pretty ugly day for Bitcoin.
- Meet the Bitcoin Millionaires
- TWiT's Harlem Shake
- RIP, Aaron Swartz
- Internet Activist, a Creator of RSS, Is Dead at 26, Apparently a Suicide
- Yahoo Tumblrs for Cool: Board Approves $1.1 Billion Deal as Expected
- Why Yahoo Doesn’t Think Tumblr Has a Porn Problem
- No One’s Happy That Yahoo Is Going To Buy Tumblr
- Google Reader to shut down July 1st
- Google reveals Glass apps: New York Times, Evernote, Gmail, and Path
- NSA's Prism surveillance program: how it works and what it can do
- Here's how the NSA analyzes all that call data
- Introducing Project Loon: Balloon-powered Internet access
- How Google Will Use High-Flying Balloons to Deliver Internet to the Hinterlands
- How to run your own NSA spy program
- U.S. charges Snowden with espionage
- Chicago Sun-Times axes all staff photographers, offers reporters 'iPhoneography training'
- How This Kid Tossed One Raccoon In 43 Seconds
- My dog Toaster was attacked by a raccoon
- N.S.A. Able to Foil Basic Safeguards of Privacy on Web
- Yes, the NSA Hacked Encryption — But You Have a Defense
- FBI Says It's Seized $28.5 Million In Bitcoins From Ross Ulbricht, Alleged Owner Of Silk Road