Imagine breaking into the house of the great Steve Jobs, stealing his iPad and giving it to a clown. It sounds crazy, but we live in a crazy world.
Did you know that marketers track and assign you a value? It’s sad but true.
James, the king of Apple fanboys, spends a good amount of time messing with a Nexus 7 and of its Android OS goodness. Justin uses the Internet archive to find millions of legal torrents.
This episode also includes our first ever listener submitted segment, fan questions and more Technophila goodness.
And, as always, the headlines.
- Some Clown had an iPad stolen from Steve Jobs
- Marketers track, rate and assign you value
- Groupon, and sites like it, are dying
- utorrent makes ads optional after user backlash. You like ads, don’t you?
- Google starts to slide down a slippery slope of SOPA-like madness, at least that’s how James sees it
- Metro is dead; all hail Windows 8
- See around walls with femto photography
- Facebook creates an underground lair called Sub-Zero. Taking over the world is the only logical next step
- Motorola trying to ban Apple in the US
- Spoof text messaging exploit found by Pod2G on iOS
- Federal court rules cops can warrantlessly track suspects via cellphone
- OnLive fires and rehires most of their staff. Weird
- Sony announces cross blue, buy a PS3 game, get the Vita game free