Big money and big policy made headlines this week. On this podcast we talk Google buying Nest, the FCC and net neutrality and bringing back Cray.
Phew! That was a crazy year for technology. But before we leave it all behind, enjoy some of the highlights with us.
Will the $25M in Coinbase shift thinking on Bitcoin? Would you let AT&T spy on you for cheap braodband? And Verizon lights up LTE networks.
Stumped about what to get your tech lovin’ friends and family? Check out our Gigaom Show holiday gift guide for all the best gear recommendations.
Who needs talk of TWTR’s IPO when you’ve got the crazy Silk Road saga, iOS 7 troubles and Target launching an MVNO?
Last week’s podcast was focused on Apple’s new iPhones and this week we turn our focus on iOS 7: the features, reviews and what it means for developers and users. Oh and Facebook settled a privacy suit this week: People not even involved got money!
In a move surprising no one, Twitter is going public. In a move surprising many, we defend Microsoft’s CEO. And will you move to protect net neutrality?
From a new chip to a new camera and even a fingerprint scanner, we discuss everything you need to know about the new iPhones.
From phoneless smart watches to cameras with just lenses we talk about the big tech news of the week, including a little announcement from Microsoft.
And we thought we could take the last week of summer off. Nope. Twitter has a re-design, Paul Graham accent-uates some negatives and Nokia’s Here Auto.