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App of the Week: FlightTrack goes free with useful little app

Mike Daisey says radio show took his comments out of context

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Three days after This American Life broadcast said they could no longer stand behind a report from actor and Apple critic Mike Daisey about suffering he said he witnessed at iPad-making factories, he now suggests his comments were taken out of context. [Read more]...
Mike Daisey says radio show took his comments out of context

Podcast: More media, more problems and more music on Twitter

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NOTE: This week’s episode of the GigaOM Weekly News Wrap-Up was recorded on the morning of Thursday, April 18, prior to the heavy police activity that followed later that night. On this week’s show, we look at the media landscape in the aftermath of the Boston terror attack. How does...
Podcast: More media, more problems and more music on Twitter

Name that Tech Tune: Do you know this eerie song?

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Some of our Name that Tech Tune challenges are very difficult. For many of you, this one probably won’t fall into that category. However, it will bring back some fun memories, and by submitting a correct answer you’ll be put into the drawing to win a very good prize —...
Name that Tech Tune: Do you know this eerie song?

Podcast: iWatch, Dr. Big Data, and surprising social media etiquette for House of Cards

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Clocks are pretty boring — unless Apple is rumored to be making one. Tom Krazit ticks off the details on the iWatch. Then Derrick Harris explains how big data will play a role in your future doctor’s visit. And finally, fresh from the D: Dive into Media conference, Janko Roettgers...
Podcast: iWatch, Dr. Big Data, and surprising social media etiquette for House of Cards

What were the “falsehoods” in Mike Daisy’s Apple show?

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A monologist who shined a harsh light on Apple has himself come under scrutiny Daisey performing "The Agony and the Ecstacy of Steve Jobs" “Daisey lied to me,” wrote This American Life producer Ira Glass Friday as he announced that his radio show was withdrawing its most popular episode —...
What were the “falsehoods” in Mike Daisy’s Apple show?

A Google graveyard; Bill Gates' next big bet; and other top posts of the week

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We’ve had a busy few days here at GeekWire — launching our new events calendar; opening nominations for the May 9th GeekWire Awards; and announcing plans for the first-ever live performance of the GeekWire radio show. (Yes, it’s going to be a fun one, so get your tickets now). But we’ve also...
A Google graveyard; Bill Gates' next big bet; and other top posts of the week

Podcast: What you really need to know before buying connected devices

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In my time talking to people about the internet of things, we sometimes get so excited about the possibilities of the technology that we forget about the consumer who has to install it or has their own vision for connected living that they are trying to implement. So this week...
Podcast: What you really need to know before buying connected devices

Q&A: How Bing is using your friends to challenge Google

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Our guest on the latest GeekWire radio show and podcast was Stefan Weitz  from Microsoft Bing. He gave us a broad update on the latest developments from the Microsoft search team — including Bing’s newly launched angel investment fund, the company’s partnership with Yahoo and its competition with Google. Weitz talked about the...
Q&A: How Bing is using your friends to challenge Google

NPR withdraws damning Apple episode as it doubts playwright Mike Daisey

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US radio show which became its most-listened to 'should never have been put on air' says producer after admitting that underage and injury claims could not be verifiedThe radio show This American Life has retracted an episode broadcast in January about working conditions inside Foxconn's Chinese factory making iPads, saying...
NPR withdraws damning Apple episode as it doubts playwright Mike Daisey

Podcast: PlayStation Snore? Google's Pixel, and were Tesla's earnings electric?

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It’s a week of new things on the GigaOM Podcast. Tom Krazit has stepped in as the new co-host as Erica Ogg went off and launched her own app review video series. Sony talked (and talked and talked and talked) about it’s new PlayStation 4 console. Google unveiled a heavy...
Podcast: PlayStation Snore? Google's Pixel, and were Tesla's earnings electric?

GeekWire Radio: Windows 8 rant, Facebook revisited, and the story behind the JoeyBra

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We’ve got a ton of stories to talk about this week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast, starting with a discussion of my “grumptastic” assessment of Microsoft’s Windows 8 (as one reader described the piece in an email to me). The story has generated lots of commentary from...
GeekWire Radio: Windows 8 rant, Facebook revisited, and the story behind the JoeyBra

Name that Tech Tune for a chance to win Kinect Star Wars

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Sure, the reviewers universally panned ‘Kinect Star Wars,’ but hey, how often do you get to see Han Solo doing the latest dance moves? We’re giving away a copy of the new Xbox 360 game from LucasArts to one lucky winner this week in our weekly Name that Tech Tune...
Name that Tech Tune for a chance to win Kinect Star Wars

GeekWire Podcast: Digital tipping point for Post Office

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How many of you still send or receive letters and bills in the mail on a regular basis? This week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast, we explore the larger trends that are leading the U.S. Postal Service to end Saturday delivery of first-class mail, and get a...
GeekWire Podcast: Digital tipping point for Post Office

GeekWire Podcast: Inside the world of an RFID implantee

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Radio Frequency Identification, better known as RFID, is used in everything from livestock to shipping containers. But what about humans? This week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast, we talk with Amal Graafstra, who has had the distinction of walking around for years with an RFID tag implanted...
GeekWire Podcast: Inside the world of an RFID implantee

GeekWire Podcast: Where The Hell is Matt? On our show!

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Even if you don’t recognize Matt Harding’s name, you’ve probably seen one of his videos. He’s the globetrotting YouTube star behind the site WhereTheHellisMatt.com. His videos, showing him dancing with people in countries around the world, have been viewed millions upon millions of times. Matt Harding in the KIRO-FM...
GeekWire Podcast: Where The Hell is Matt? On our show!

Hollywood Bending Over Backwards To Appease China

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For decades, we've been hearing complaints from the entertainment industry about just how evil China was, and how rampant "piracy" was in China and how the country needed to crack down... blah, blah, blah. But a funny thing happened on the way to the Great Wall, it seems that Hollywood...
Hollywood Bending Over Backwards To Appease China

GeekWire Radio: Seattle and Silicon Valley, the inside view from the startup world

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Do Seattle’s tech startups dream big enough, and do the region’s startup investors do enough to help make those big dreams happen? Chris DeVore and Tony Wright in the KIRO-FM studios. We explore those topics and more this week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast, as we compare...
GeekWire Radio: Seattle and Silicon Valley, the inside view from the startup world

Radio Show Pulls Exposé on Apple

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Producers of the radio series "This American Life" retracted one of the most popular programs in its 16-year history, saying that it contained a series of fabricated statements....
Radio Show Pulls Exposé on Apple

GeekWire Radio: Microsoft’s big week, and the future of NFC wireless on our phones

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It has been a significant week for Microsoft, from the announcement of the company’s Surface tablet computer, (and its unique cover/keyboard) to the unveiling of Windows Phone 8. We assess the impact of the news (and the mysterious way Microsoft delivered it) in our weekly news wrapup on this week’s...
GeekWire Radio: Microsoft’s big week, and the future of NFC wireless on our phones

Name that Tech Tune: Chance to win a Roku 2 XS

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We’ve got another great prize up for grabs this week in our Name that Tech Tune contest — a Roku 2 XS 1080p streaming player for accessing all sorts of Internet content (Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, HBO Go, etc.) and games on your television. This is courtesy of Roku and...
Name that Tech Tune: Chance to win a Roku 2 XS

Tomorrow's Undomondo Radio Show will be dedicated to the memory of Nursel K. Tune in @dinamofm @ 12:00 local. tracklist : http://is.gd/9Mf7P

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Tomorrow's Undomondo Radio Show will be dedicated to the memory of Nursel K. Tune in @dinamofm @ 12:00 local. tracklist : http://is.gd/9Mf7P

How the 'Internet of Things' helped this parent keep the Christmas gifts under wraps

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The Twine programmable sensor. (Photo: Supermechanical) Attention parents: File this one away as advice for next year. Microsoft’s Steve Clayton positioned a Twine sensor under the tree prior to Christmas and then set it up to send him a text message if it was moved — thereby alerting him if anyone in the...
How the 'Internet of Things' helped this parent keep the Christmas gifts under wraps

Codecademy teaches aspiring coders to use APIs with YouTube, SoundCloud, NPR

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Starting today, wannabe programmers on Codecademy will get to do more than just fiddle around with code in a vacuum, they’ll be able to plug into the APIs of several popular websites and services to build apps around YouTube videos, NPR newscasts, congressional records and more. With ten partners, including...
Codecademy teaches aspiring coders to use APIs with YouTube, SoundCloud, NPR

Name that Tech Tune: Which phone used this version of the T-Mobile ringtone?

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Our topic this weekend on the GeekWire radio show T-Mobile’s attempt to shake up the wireless industry, and in keeping with that theme, this week’s Name that Tech Tune contest is a version of the T-Mobile jingle that came with a specific device from the wireless company. We’re looking for...
Name that Tech Tune: Which phone used this version of the T-Mobile ringtone?
App of the Week: Yabbly helps you make better buying decisions

This iPhone app has made $500,000 from telling people how ugly they are

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There’s an app for everything it seems…including telling you how you rank on the ugly-ometer. Ugly Meter isn’t a new app, but it has been rising to prominence in recent times in the wake of coverage on shows such as Howard Stern and Jay Leno, and it now claims to...
This iPhone app has made $500,000 from telling people how ugly they are

GeekWire Radio: New iPad, SXSW recap, and the best iPhone camera app we’ve ever used

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Monica Guzman in the KIRO studios (Erynn Rose photo) We’ve got a ton of interesting apps and online services to talk about on this week’s GeekWire radio show and podcast, with special guest Monica Guzman, the GeekWire columnist just back from the South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin. We...
GeekWire Radio: New iPad, SXSW recap, and the best iPhone camera app we’ve ever used

Instapaper Debuts Ad on The Howard Stern Show

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(Photo: howardstern.com) Instapaper’s Marco Arment just made his first big advertising buy with a spot on Howard Stern’s satellite radio show, which aired last week. ”I am a huge fan by the way, and this for real, of Instapaper,” Mr. Stern says in the spot. “I have Instapaper on all my devices… I...
Instapaper Debuts Ad on The Howard Stern Show
App of the Week: iExit gets you up to speed on your next stop
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