Marketplace Tech for Monday, September 22, 2014
Sep 22, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Monday, September 22, 2014

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Apple’s new iOS8 operating system and the one coming from Google both provide privacy from some surveillance. Which should make users happy and law enforcement authorities unhappy. What will the features actually do? Plus, we talk to Matt Zoller Seitz, TV critic for New York Magazine, about binge watching, why it feels so good, and why it’s driving people to make creative, experimental TV shows.


Apple’s new iOS8 operating system and the one coming from Google both provide privacy from some surveillance. Which should make users happy and law enforcement authorities unhappy. What will the features actually do? Plus, we talk to Matt Zoller Seitz, TV critic for New York Magazine, about binge watching, why it feels so good, and why it’s driving people to make creative, experimental TV shows.

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