Technophilia 110 – Stop, Collaborate and Don’t Listen

Technophilia 109 – Grumpy Cat’s Agent

Technophilia 109 – Grumpy Cat’s Agent

1 week ago

Tech News See the first thing posted on a bunch of websites. Happy tax day! An annual reminder: Intuit is preventing your taxes from being simpler. A flashlight app collected the location of millions of Android users. It’s possible to make money on the web – Internet ad revenue passes broadcast for first time. Those drones [...]

Technophilia 108 – Technophilialand

Technophilia 108 – Technophilialand

10th April, 2014

Google is trying to trademark a term that dates back to the Roman Empire. Okay, glass, tell me why that’s not stupid. The UK government is paying millions for extended XP support, instead of just upgrading. James’ tax dollars at work! And the top paid app for Android turns out to be a scam, unless [...]

Technophilia 107 – Apple Cookbook

Technophilia 107 – Apple Cookbook

3rd April, 2014

Tech News Microsoft tries to buy it’s way into the VR game, with $150m  purchase from Osterhout Design Group. File under “that’ll work”: UK urges mandatory porn site checks. Facebook drones to offer net access to all Yahoo thinks it can compete with YouTube by poaching their stars Android apps found to be mining cryptos [...]

Technophilia 106 – Reverse Devil’s Advocate

Technophilia 106 – Reverse Devil’s Advocate

26th March, 2014

This week: Oculus sold out to Facebook! I can’t wait to see how my every virtual move is tracked and monetized. A Japanese city sets a 9 pm smartphone curfew for its teenagers. And our guest this week is Michael Robertson, the founder of MP3.com, Linspire and – most recently – RadioSearchEngine.com. Facebook buys Oculus. [...]

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