Tech News 2Night
TN2 262: Record Profits from Apple01/28/15
Anchor: Megan Morrone Apple has the largest corporate quarterly earnings of all time, Robert Baldwin is here to talk about the Apple earnings call, Twitter rolls out private group messaging, YouTube dumps Flash for HTML5 video, and the White House CTO...
TN2 261: Sling TV Review
Anchor: Megan Morrone Uber and Lift cap surge-pricing ahead of the big blizzard, WikiLeaks claims Google gave the FBI data on staffers, iPhones sales hit a record in China, Harry McCracken reviews the Sling TV box, Cops want Waze to disable some...
TN2 260: Box's Big IPO
Anchor: Megan Morrone What Box's IPO means for the cloud storage business, Uber suspends drivers for registering cars as commercial vehicles, Apple to allow China to perform security audits, Google's Project Zero drops zero-day OSX vulnerabilities,...
TN2 259: Netflix Fears Popcorn Time
Anchor: Megan Morrone Netflix feels threatened by Popcorn Time, Microsoft announces Office 2016 release, details spill on Apple Watch battery life, Twitter add "While You Are Away" feature, Twitter wants users to stop post Instagram photos, Ford opens...
TN2 258: Microsoft's HoloLens
Anchor: Megan Morrone Microsoft announces Windows 10, Cortana on the desktop, the augmented reality HoloLens glasses, the new Project Spartan browser, the Surface Hub, and Wall Street's reaction to today's event. Guests: Iain Thomson and Reed...
TN2 257: Facebook Removes Hoaxes from Newsfeeds
Anchor: Megan Morrone The State of the Union goes high tech all the way, HealthCare.gov gives some data to outside companies, Facebook tries to eliminate hoax content from your newsfeed, Google invests $1 billion in SpaceX, Google signs the student...
TN2 256: Internet from SpaceX
Anchor: Megan Morrone Elon Musk plans for internet satellites, the NSA hacked North Korea in 2010, Microsoft Outlook hacked in China, Uber CEO claims the company made 3.5 times more than taxis in San Francisco, France wants tech companies to cooperate...
TN2 255: Sprint Endorses Net Neutrality
Anchor: Megan Morrone Sprint comes out in favor of Net Neutrality, the US and UK plan cyber war games, an arrest is made in the PlayStation/Xbox Live cyber attacks, Google exposes more Windows zero-days, and how easy it is to get someone's password....
TN2 254: Big Changes With Google Glass
Anchor: Megan Morrone The municipal broadband battle heats up, MySpace is still popular, Google Glass gets a new direction and leader, Obama waging war on hackers, bulk data collection may be the only way the NSA can spy on us, YouTube stars Bethany...
TN2 253: Is Samsung Buying BlackBerry?
Anchor: Megan Morrone Is Samsung buying Blackberry? More reasons to spend your workday on Facebook, Linkedin's app links coworkers, Tim Stevens talks about tech at The North American International Auto Show, Google discloses a Mircrosoft vulnerability...
TN2 252: More Reasons to be a Cord Cutter
Anchor: Megan Morrone China tries to shut down the Internet again, Facebook adds AMBER alerts, more reasons to be a cord-cutter, Verizon Vehicle will make your dumb car smart again, Uber to share data with Boston, a record approval time for Je Suis...
TN2 251: CENTCOM Twitter Hacked
Anchor: Megan Morrone The U.S. Central Command Twitter account gets hacked, President Obama's proposed data protection act, UK's proposal to ban SnapChat, CNN gets approval for drones, cord cutters win at The Golden Globes, and a man tries to smuggle...
TN2 250: Google to Sell Insurance
Anchor: Sarah Lane Facebook slows while Twitter grows, Google's plan to sell insurance, why Edward Snowden thinks the US is creating a Black Market for cyber attacks, Twitter plans on selling ads on other websites, OS X glitch expose private details...
TN2 249: Facebook Doubles Down on Video
Anchor: Sarah Lane Facebook doubles down on video, Father Robert plays with Augmented Reality LIVE from CES, Google drops in search while Yahoo gains, the controversial cyber security bill to be reintroduced, Apple's App Store has been good for...
TN2 248: F.B.I. Links North Korea to Sony Hack
Anchor: Sarah Lane The F.B.I. is positive North Korea hacked Sony, Sony made $31 million online form "The Interview", the FCC sets a date for net neutrality vote, the FTC closes its investigation into Yelp, Intel's PC on a stick, Monster sues Beats...
TN2 247: Smartwatch Controlled Cars at CES
Anchor: Sarah Lane Live from CES with Father Robert Ballecer, Audi's watch controlled car, Android TV sets are coming, the rise of the smart home, 3d printing food, inside the flop of Amazon's Fire Phone, 9to5 Mac reports the new MacBook Air will be...
TN2 246: What Are Netflix Recommended TVs?
Anchor: Sarah Lane Dish announces a streaming service for cord-cutters, AT&T will support web browser phone calls, in-flight internet provider Gogo has used fake SSL certificates, the FCC has a new site for complaints, Samung's new slew of monitors...
TN2 245: Twitter Ads Upset William Shatner
Anchor: Sarah Lane Twitter users upset over new ads, a hacker group plans to sell denial of service attacks, the FBI looks into revenge hacking, Samsung's new curved PC displays, access to Gmail partially restored in China, and the tech stories that...
TN2 244: "The Interview" Breaks Sony Record
Anchor: Sarah Lane The security measures the NSA hates the most, "The Interview" breaks online sales records for Sony, Hackers say your fingerprint can be copied from photographs, Microsoft's building a browser to replace Explorer, China blocks Gmail,...
TN2 243: (In)Security in 2014
Anchor: Sarah Lane Sarah Lane and security expert Steve Gibson discuss the security issues from 2014 including Heartbleed, ShellShock, Poodle, the Home Depot and Target credit card hacks, mobile payments, BadUSB, the NSA, and the Sony Pictures hack....
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