TDH – A Show Plan

This week seems a little formulaic on the show. We follow up on the gender diversity stories from last week, eBay is beating Twitter and Google, our blood boils with revelations about the insecurity of the ubiquitous USB flash drives, and new policies and requests coming out of Russia, including registering popular online bloggers. Tor warned us this week of a possible attack in early July aiming to deanonymize users, and then we jump into product announcements. Apple will buy Swell, the podcasting app, Google is rolling out support for Hangouts for businesses, and there is a new player aiming to buy (part of) T-Mobile USA. All that and more this week!

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eBay’s gender diversity


BadUSB: USB is no longer safe


Russia begins registering bloggers


Russia asks Apple to submit code review


FISA court owns Verizon stock


UK’s ruling on ‘Right to be Forgotten’


Tor warns of attack to deanonymize users


Apple to buy Swell


Google Hangouts for business


Amazon going after Square


Iliad offer $15bill for majority of T-Mobile


6-bit Byte

HP contracts with Gilt for smartwatch


Hilton to replace keys with your smartphone


Science News:

Scientists investigate radio bursts from space



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