TDH – Accept that Facebook Gift

This week on the show I’m looking forward to seeing a Samsung flexible smartphone, but I highly doubt anyone would by it on Dish Netowrk’s wireless service. Lets hope that it runs stock Android because of Google’s new SDK modification. If you want to feel small, go take a look at Google’s latest Chrome Experiment, 100,000 Stars, or make fun of another former presidential candidate, Bob Dole.

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Google Teaming up with Dish Network…. for a Cellular Network

Google Modifies Android SDK to Prevent Fracture

Samsung Working on Flexible Screens

Sorkin’s Jobs Biopic

Sinofsky Not Dismissed from Unifying Windows

NASA Finally Demands Encryption on Hard Drives

6-bit Byte:
Tweet over Email, or JUST SEND THE EMAIL!

Dole/Kemp 1996 Site Still Up, and Still Slow,88737/

Facebook Frackups:
Facebook Expands Gifts Program

Facebook Realizes that People don’t Want to See Ads

Science News:
Google Launches 100,000 Stars Chrome Experiment,2817,2412197,00.asp

Earliest Galaxy Ever Seen:


TDH – Touch Me

This week on the show, we talk at length about new touch things. How Yahoo is updating its homepage once again to try to stay relevant in the new world of the touch interface, how RIM’s touch and security centered BB10 OS made it past government standards, and how you will be able to touch your credit card soon. Jam with some friends on Google’s ‘Jam with Chrome’ while you wait for your bank to call you about getting a new card, or tune in next week!

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Me.Ga Hits a new Snag

Australia Stops Internet Filtering

Twitter Kills the “Fail Whale”

Microsoft Turns Spoken English into Spoken Mandarin

MS Office for your iPhone, and Android

Yahoo to Redesign Homepage to be Touch Friendly

Blackberry 10 gets US Gov Green Light

Master Card Rolls Out Card with keypad

6-Bit Byte:
Google’s ‘Jam With Chrome’

Facebook Frackups
Romney Looses Facebook Friends after Tuesday Night

Science News:
Earth Like Planet rediscovered from Old Data

TDH – Phones After Sandy

This week on The Digital Hazard, we talk a fair amount about smartphones and their future in society. Everything from how we hope there will no longer be a reason to steal them, to how Microsoft hopes to convert iPhone users with a good sync experience on their Macs. I talk lightly about my fear of policy makers regarding internet regulations, as motivated by Russia’s new Deep Packet Inspection laws.

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Hurricane Sandy and the Internet

Cell Carriers Enable Stolen Phone Database

iPad Mini Launch Draws Small Crowds

iFixit teardown of iPad Mini

Apple Loses Right to iFone Name in Mexico

Microsoft ‘Testing’ Phone Hardware

Windows Phone sync for OS X

Russia’s New Internet Filtering Laws

RMS: Limit Power of Copyrights in Software

Facebook Frackups:
Facebook’s Free Wi-Fi for Checkins Program

Science News:
Curiosity’s First Chemistry Test