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This week on the podcast born on the 10th of July, we discuss podcasting, Android Wear smartwatches, Apple's new pricing strategies, and Facebook toying with your emotions. Plus we fire up the barbecue grill for the long holiday weekend in the ol' U.S.A.! With guests Philip Michaels and Jon Phillips.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss the tech news of the week including Facebook's seeming disdain for privacy, Apple's Pride, Aperture hubbub, and iTunes U improvements.
Snapchat won’t be losing any sleep over Facebook’s latest attempt at ephemeral messaging.
Instagram can be inspiring, but it can also be depressing. OKDoThis wants you to get off the couch and inspire you to shoot.
Playing and finding new games on Facebook is about to get easier.
It's like Johnny Cab without the guy! Google's ride is here, and it's a cute little car. Plus we talk about Samsung's Simband, what an Apple entry into the home-automation market might mean, and Facebook's latest attempt to cut back on the oversharing. With guests Jason Cross and Leah Yamshon.
Version 4.0 makes it easier to find secrets, but it's also a minefield for anonymous hook-ups.
Twitter’s new mute function offers a way to ignore your annoying friends while still pretending you like them.
No one's perfect, but there's no reason to advertise your imperfection by doing dopey things on the Internet.
No one's prefect, but there's no reason to advertise your imperfections by doing dopey things on the Internet.
Now you can customize your Tumblr straight from your smartphone with all the bright colors and obscene fonts your heart desires.
At its developers conference, Facebook took steps to address privacy concerns by launching a new anonymous login service for mobile apps and it launched a mobile ad network.
The popular dating site is rolling out a Snapchat-esque app designed to keep couples close.
This mobile-first tool makes search more like discovery.
Is the world’s largest social network jumping on the wearables bandwagon?
Facebook is rolling out an optional feature for its mobile app that lets people see which of their friends are nearby, making it easier to meet up in real life.
Facebook has tried friend-finding using your phone’s location before, but it's making the feature opt-in this time around.