Razer products now comes with spyware, uses Internet all the time, stop working when the connection drops. How a Reddit Rage Comic Saved a Man’s Life. Microsoft Has Software that will translate your speech into a different language, in your own voice. The Whisky Sampler Advent Calendar. Amazon Donates 2,000 Kindles To Wounded Veterans. New Jersey will let citizens displaced by Hurricane Sandy vote by email or fax. Copyright-Infringing Tweets Will Now Be “Withdrawn” Instead of “Disappeared Forever.” CBS finally embraces Hulu, signs licensing agreement for over 2,600 episodes. Towers Of Vegetables Go Up As Singapore Builds First Vertical Farm. DHS-FBI Bulletin: Indicators of Suspicious Behaviors at Hotels. All this plus this week’s Oh Asia You So Crazy!
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Samsung creates F2FS file system for NAND flash storage, submits it to the Linux kernel. US Air Force’s 1950s Supersonic Flying Saucer Declassified. First Community Release of Diaspora. Prince of Sealand Dies At 91. Lone Packet Crashes Telco Networks. DRM Could Come To 3D Printers. Apple Sued Over Distinctive “Eye Closeup” Photograph Used To Promote Retina MacBook Pro. PETA Condemns Pokemon For Promoting Animal Abuse. Microsoft claims ownership of the number 45, asks Google to censor the US government and Bing. Laser Strikes On Aircraft Becoming Epidemic.
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Apparently you can be sued for pirating a movie by the recording industry, even if you don’t own a computer or internet access – a retired woman in Germany found this out the hard way. We talk about SOPA and a workaround that could be used if SOPA is enacted. Universal Music Group shows their hand when they take down a video from Youtube that puts them in a bad light.
Ever heard an explanation of Star Wars in broken English? This week’s “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!” shows us what that sounds like.
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This week concludes the Viacom v Google case, so we discuss digital media and copyright on the Internet.
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