This week on the show, I jump into the policy decisions of the new FCC chair, Tom Wheeler, as well as a big win for access to information out of the eight year long court case regarding Google Books. We look briefly at a new technology to replace the credit cards burning a hole in your pocket, and how and where people are turning for their news these days. All that and more this week.
New FCC chair
Google wins book scanning case under Fair Use
IBM releases Watson API
Amazon enters virtual desktop space
Coin: to replace your wallet
CBS to air JFK footage
Adobe password leak turns into crossword, yet another thing that exists only because XKCD
Facebook bids $3Billion for Snapchat
People turn to multiple social news outlets.
Dramatic improvement of conductivity