This week on the show, I talk briefly about the reparations that Sony is paying out as a result of the 2011 PlayStation Network hack, how Amazon has quite a bit of cash flow, and what Apple’s Public Beta of OSX Yosemite might mean for the desktop experience. We dive into why Twitter, Google and Facebook having a 70/30 gender split in their workforce might not be as evil as you might think, how judges don’t seem to understand how warrants work, and the fact that Apple just patented a wristwatch. I also freely admit that I’m no lawyer.
Sony to pay for PSN hack in 2011
Less than one-third of Twitter employees are women
Amazon misses sales projections, still rakes in lots of money
Amazon announces Amazon Wallet, aiming to transition into offline point-of-sale transactions?
Judge’s warrant could undermine personal email security
Deaf advocacy groups don’t want Verizon’s accessibility argument against net-neutrality to stand
OSX Yosemite Public Beta released this week
Apple granted broad patent for the iTime wristwatch
You could have a Terabyte of memory in your phone
Japan’s Prime Minister wants a robot Olymics in 2020 alongside Tokoyo games