Jul 17, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Thursday, July 17, 2014

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First up, Jeff Roberts of GigaOm joins us to discuss a potential settlement stemming from Apple’s e-book price-fixing case. Then, reporter Leoneda Inge explores a new deal Facebook has made to begin tracking how its subscribers watch television content on mobile devices as part of a deal with ratings-agency Nielsen. Then, Ish Sanchez, a student participating in NASA's microgravity research program, talks about running experiments in near zero gravity.

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Students experiment in zero-gravity

Jul 17, 2014
We talk to an engineering student looking to examine manufacturing in space

First up, Jeff Roberts of GigaOm joins us to discuss a potential settlement stemming from Apple’s e-book price-fixing case. Then, reporter Leoneda Inge explores a new deal Facebook has made to begin tracking how its subscribers watch television content on mobile devices as part of a deal with ratings-agency Nielsen. Then, Ish Sanchez, a student participating in NASA’s microgravity research program, talks about running experiments in near zero gravity.

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