This week on Technophilia, Justin is out of town, so Dave and James hold it down, along with the help of one of MakeUseOf’s big wigs, Dr. Jackson Chung. We talk about the biggest tech headlines of the week, as well as take part in plenty of other nonsense.
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- Teachers Can Now Offer Office 365 To Their Students For Free With Worldwide Launch Of Microsoft’s Student Advantage
- Shocker, Facebook doesn’t care about your privacy settings.
- Who needs a waiter when you have a tablet!
- U.S. Government Caught Pirating Military Software, Settles For $50 Million
- YouTube admits Google+ comments actually increased spam.
- Amazon plans to roll out delivery drones for faster delivery.
- PornHub Stats: How do world events affect porn viewing.
- Windows 8.1 tops Mavericks. Sorry Apple.
- In spite of that, PC shipments are down overall.
- Apple Taps Into Twitter, Buying Social Analytics Firm Topsy
- Is the Neptune Pine the smartwatch, reinvented?
- The Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses now available for pre-order for $999.
- People really like the PS4, as it’s sold 2.1 million units since launch.
- People also really liked doing naughty things on PS Playroom, broadcasting directly to Twitch. Now banned.
- Remember the guy who made a Skyrim mod to get a job at Bethesda? He got one at Bungie instead.
- Steam finally adds user reviews to games.
We also have some listener feedback, and plenty of other entertaining nonsense for you to enjoy throughout this episode!