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Marketplace Tech for Monday, June 24, 2013
Jun 24, 2013

Marketplace Tech for Monday, June 24, 2013

So many of our real world activities now live online, but here's one that still coming into focus: civil disobedience. Is there such a thing as a digital sit-in? And analysts say the biggest U.S. cellphone carriers, AT&T and Verizon, now get just two percent of their annual revenue from signing up new customers. In the year 2000, that number was 20 percent.

Segments From this episode

Microsoft returns to San Francisco for developers conference

Jun 24, 2013
What to expect from Microsoft's developers conference, Microsoft Build.

Default iOS hotspot passwords hacked in less than a minute

Jun 24, 2013
A group of German researchers has found a security problem in Apple's Internet hotspots for mobile devices. Turns out, they can be easily hacked.

Civil disobedience comes online

Jun 24, 2013
Is there such a thing as a digital sit-in or an Internet traffic picket line?

FTC to investigate Google's Waze acquistion

Jun 24, 2013
If Google's acquisition of Waze is seen as purely anti-competitive, the Federal Trade Commission could break up the deal.

Talk to the hand, now you can

Jun 24, 2013
A new wearable bluetooth phone lets you make a call from a glove.

So many of our real world activities now live online, but here’s one that still coming into focus: civil disobedience. Is there such a thing as a digital sit-in? And analysts say the biggest U.S. cellphone carriers, AT&T and Verizon, now get just two percent of their annual revenue from signing up new customers. In the year 2000, that number was 20 percent.

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