Jun 29th 2014
This Week in Tech 464
My Wi-Fi Muumuu
Aereo loses in Supreme Court fight, warrantless cellphone tracking found unconstitutional, Google I/O and Android L, Facebook's psychology experiment on 689,000 users, and a new world record for playing the entire Super Mario Bros.
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- Aereo loses to broadcasters in Supreme Court fight for its life
- TWIL 265: Monkeys, Ducks, and Unicorns
- Supreme Court says police must get warrants for most cellphone searches
- Warrantless cellphone tracking found unconstitutional by U.S. court
- EFF Know your rights
- Google Cardboard
- DodoCase - Google Cardboard
- Android Auto: How Google is bringing apps to the dashboard, safely
- Google will have sole control over the interfaces of Android Auto, Wear and TV
- Google demos Android Wear, shows off third-party apps
- Android L preview: a whole new look for Google’s mobile operating system
- Google launches Android TV -- and here's what it looks like
- Google puts itself front and center on Chromecast
- Android notifications and apps coming to Google’s Chromebooks
- Larry Page on Google’s Many Arms
- Facebook altered 689,000 users' News Feeds for a psychology experiment
- A gamer who goes by the alias "Blubber" set a world record for playing the entire Super Mario Bros. game in under 5 minutes.