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Macworld Podcast episode 400

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The week was rife with Apple rumors and who are we to avoid discussing their viability? The juiciest of those rumors suggests that Apple and Comcast are talking about streaming video content (believable, we say), Apple is chatting to record labels about on-demand music streaming (why not?), and iTunes is coming to Android (hmm…). After exploring these fantasies we check out another—specifically that every bad thing you thought about Google Glass is wrong (except when it isn’t). And finally we comment on NPR coming to iTunes Radio and discuss Steve Jobs’ alleged talks with other industry bigwigs in regard to keeping hands off each others' employees.

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Our buddy Susie Ochs has thoughts of her own about an Apple/Comcast streaming deal.

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