We did a second show last week, on how data caps affect our download habits.
We talk about the important stance the browsers made to block flash after a number of 0 day exploits were found in the HackingTeam’s files.
[I thought the audio was very good on this episode].
Apple just introduced their streaming music offering, and since Paul is the only one that can judge, we listen to him. We talk about how each one of us listens to music, and is this a viable option.
Hacker Team, a rouge group of security researchers, got hacked last week, with 400 gigabytes of information being leaked. Tom has all the details
First off, Chaim’s audio is a little off. (I really need a cough button). Anyway, we’ve had some slow news weeks, so we decided to push the episode back a week until we find some real content. Remember, we are not here to explain things that you really can’t control. We bring you some of the minor stories in June. More NSA revelations, fitbit data helping in the courtroom, and David Cameron saying some pretty bad things.
We talk to Rusty, the guy behind Pocketcasts, about his experience with visiting both I/O and WWDC.
Seriously, download PocketCasts. Pay them money, for an excellent product