Wed, 19 Oct 2016 11:11:11 ESTOur guest was Dr. Rebecca Mercuri, one of the world's leading experts on electronic voting and ballot tabulation. She's also a digital forensics investigator. In the News: Remembering PC Magazine founder David Bunnell, ATT will acquire Time Warner for $85B, FCC Reaches $48 million settlement with T-Mobile, Last week the web was broken by countless hacked devices, Yahoo asks U.S. to help it explain secret email spying orders.
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 11:11:11 ESTThe FBI wanted fingerprints to unlock smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery issue. Volkswagen. Ecuador cut WikiLeaks founder's Internet access. HP will cut up to 4,000 jobs over next 3 years. Verizon Pixel phones will get Android bug fixes when they are released. Verizon to close call centers in five states. Verizon ponders walking away from Yahoo. Yahoo applies for patent on mass surveillance system. Two in five people say they'll never buy from Samsung again. In Silicon Valley, 40 is the new 80, and ageism is rampant.
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 11:11:11 ESTSamsung kills off the Galaxy Note7. Supreme court hears Apple-Samsung feud over iPhone designs. Best Buy Slapped With Big Fine for Selling Recalled Products. FCC fines Comcast $2.3 million for shady billing practices. Reseller stiffed thousands with suddenly lower quotes. Yahoo Making It Harder for Users to move on. Google class-action lawsuit of discriminating against older employees. Google for Work has a new name: G Suite. NSA Contractor Arrested in Possible New Theft of Secrets. Consumer Review Fairness Act of 2016. Fujitsu considers selling its PC business to Lenovo. New Bluetooth 5.0 Standards. New Ethernet standards using cables you already own.
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 22:11:11 ESTFund raising again. Samsung stops making Galaxy Note 7 phones. Patent dispute between Apple and Samsung. Yahoo has disabled automatic email forwarding. Best Buy was fined for selling products that had been recalled. An NSA contractor has been arrested.