Nov 23rd 2014
This Week in Tech 485
Uber Delenda Est
Uber investigates one of it's executives for privacy violations, Google is experimenting with removing ads for a price, LA Auto Show shows off new third-party Android Auto apps and fuel cell vehicles, Apple-backed Rockstar ends patent war on Android, Aereo files for bankruptcy, CastAR ships, Jolla's crowdfunded tablet raises more than $1M in two days, and more.
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- In Uber Saga, No Calls for ‘Adult Supervision'
- Uber Executive Suggests Digging Up Dirt On Journalists
- What Was Said at the Uber Dinner
- "God View": Uber Investigates Its Top New York Executive For Privacy Violations
- John Hodgman: I am deleting @Uber from my phone now.
- Here ego again.
- F.C.C. Chairman Says Agency Will Not Rush Net Neutrality Rules
- Google Experimenting With Removing Ads for a Fee
- Full disk encryption on Nexus 6 leads to 62.9% drop in random read performance
- Apple's iPhone 6 Plus & iPad Air 2 lose out to Samsung & Surface in detailed color accuracy analysis
- Google, Hyundai show off new third-party Android Auto apps
- Gallery: The fuel cell vehicles of the LA Auto Show
- Apple-backed Rockstar ends patent war on Android, deal suggests
- Rockstar's settlement with Google could mark the beginning of the end of the Nortel NPE
- Google break-up plan emerges from Brussels
- Aereo Concedes Defeat and Files for Bankruptcy
- Jolla's Open Source iPad Alternative Raises More Than $1M In Two Days' Crowdfunding