The Technology Geek Podcast

World Security Expo

May 27, 2013
  • World Security Expo
  • BYOD
  • Securing the Device or the data
  • New 2600 Movie – http://www.code2600.com/
  • HTML 5
  • Single Sign on
  • Identity Management Solutions
  • Working 40 Meters on HF
  • Ubuntu Phone / TV / Desktop / Server
  • Yahoo Board Approves a $1.1B Pricetag For Tumblr
  • Yahoo Pinkie-Swears It Won’t Ruin Tumblr
  • Yahoo Joins Growing List of Bidders For Hulu
  • Google Drops XMPP Support
  • Goodbye, Lotus 1-2-3
  • Fast and Furious 6 Released
  • Microsoft Unveils New Xbox
  • New Android malware intercepts incoming text messages, silently forwards them on to criminals
  • Apple fixes 41 iTunes security flaws, some more than a year old
  • Blueprints of Australia’s top spy agency headquarters stolen by Chinese hackers
  • Microsoft Spying in on Skype conversations
  • Twitter moving to two factor authentication
  • Chinese hackers who breached Google in 2010 gained access to thousands of surveillance orders
  • NYPD detective accused of hiring email hackers
  • Apple 1 breaks auction record, goes for $671,400
  • Google to build YouTube app for Windows Phone 8
  • Google Acquires Kite-Power Generator
  • FiOS User Finds Limit of ‘Unlimited’ Data Plan: 77 TB/Month
  • Google may build wireless networks in emerging markets, WSJ says
  • Flickr’s revamped site hit by performance problems
  • Foursquare partners with Gnip to sell check-in stream
  • Apple’s WWDC keynote scheduled for June 10
  • Broadcom unveils new 5G Wi-Fi chips for PCs, tablets, phones
  • Google set to upgrade its SSL certs
  • Should I buy a Mac or wait?
  • How do I set a location based reminder in Android?
  • Could I text with an iPod?
  • How could I create my own Roku channel?
  • How can I monetize a podcast?
  • How can I create videos with Apple iMac?
  • Is there a universal remote control to eliminate having several remotes?
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