This week: Apple’s new operating system is free for all Mac users. Your move, Microsoft. Dick Cheney thought terrorists were going to hack his heart. And Wikipedia fights paid PR editors who try to make companies look good. No way that will backfire, am I right?
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- Bebo is coming back, and their video promoting their comeback features a lot of hand-drawn penises.
- Twitter lets any follower DM you now, opt-in only for now. Still: get ready for some DM spam.
- AdTrap is a white box that blocks ads, and I bet James owns twelve.
- Wikipedia is fighting hundreds of PR accounts.
- Wiki-PR seems pretty shady. Check out their Wikipedia page.
- Microsoft slaps an icon on websites, calls them Windows Phone “Apps”. Site owners get pissed.
- Bell Canada, a mobile provider, is tracking its users and showing ‘more relevant’ ads.
- Oregon cops bust pot farm using Google Earth.
- Someone at the University of North Carolina thought faking a school shooting to promote a ‘new social network’ was a good idea.
- The EFF is going after the podcast patent, so I guess we’ll keep doing the show.
- Dick Cheney thought terrorists were going to hack his heart.
- PS3 outsells Xbox 360 in US for the first time in 32 months. Sign of things to come?
- Freebies: Hotline Miami free on PSPlus this month. Yay?
- Nintendo no longer producing the Wii. This mean it’s time for Justin to buy one.
- Ubisoft pushes back Watch Dogs, one of the most anticipated launch games. Stocks fall 20%.
We also have some what you been using where Dave talks about the Nintendo 2DS and the latest Samsung Galaxy Note table, and plenty of topics and stories suggest by our listeners.