Dec 7th 2014
This Week in Tech 487
Chop It Down and Call It Tony
Sony's new movies leaked after big hack, Apple's iPod lawsuit is now down to one plaintiff, UberX launches in Portland without the city's approval, Google can now tell if you're not a robot, judge rules that banks can sue Target for 2013 credit card hack, bill introduced to ban FBI 'backdoors' in tech products, and more.
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- 7 secrets from the Sony hack: Scripts, salaries, employee romances and more
- North Korea denies hacking Sony but calls the breach a ‘righteous deed'
- In North Korea, hackers are a handpicked, pampered elite
- SONY PICTURES HACK WAS A LONG TIME COMING, SAY FORMER EMPLOYEES
- Sony's New Movies Leak Online Following Hack Attack
- Apple iPod Lawsuit Down to One Plaintiff
- Steve Jobs's 2011 testimony in Apple DRM lawsuit points finger at music labels
- Apple Deleted Rivals' Songs from Users' iPods
- Google Can Now Tell You're Not a Robot With Just One Click
- Google sold more Chromebooks to US schools than Apple did iPads in Q3
- We never thought a video would be watched in numbers greater than a 32-bit integer
- Google Glass Deal Thrusts Intel Deeper Into Wearable Tech
- Google admits that advertisers wasted their money on more than half of internet ads
- Xbox One beats PlayStation 4 on Black Friday, according to market-research firm
- Defiant Uber rideshare launches in Portland, with City Hall promising to 'throw the book' at company
- AT&T still throttles "unlimited data"—even when network not congested
- Sprint offers to cut your bill in half, but will also cut your data speed
- Retailer Bebe Confirms Payment Card Data Breach
- Judge rules that banks can sue Target for 2013 credit card hack
- Ron Wyden introduces bill to ban FBI 'backdoors' in tech products