This week on the show, I speak at length about what to expect out of Apple with all of the recent news of the company, and given that WWDC, starts Monday the 2nd. This is spurred on by Eddy Cue’s pronouncement that the coming cloud offerings are the best in a quarter century. Katie Cotton, one of the most influential communication execs in technology retired this week after 18 years of making Apple what it is. We dive into some of the theories surrounding the disappearance of TrueCrypt, which has for a decade been a standard for volume encryption. I speak against Rep. Bob Latta’s bill on Net Neutrality, and we talk about Google’s future moves in it’s ever expanding reach. All this and more this week.
WWDC starts June 2nd
Eddy Cue touts best product line in 25 years
Katie Cotton ends tenure at Apple
Truecrypt no longer supported, not trusted to be secure
Bill to prohibit FCC reclassification
Turkish court rules access to YouTube not to be restricted
Europe’s right to be forgotten and Google
Google’s Self-driving car
Google to buy Dropcam, signalling home automation?
Facebook and pop culture
Photonic crystals signal new developments in RAM technology