TECHGEEK Podcast 18: Put that in your phone

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John Brumby goes Oprah and starts giving doctors iPads, Facebook tries to kill Gmail with their own email project and your phone will be able to determine if you have a STD instantly. What a freaky little world.

Oh, and turns out the Kinect is starting to be a bit creepy (and its not because of Project Milo) when advertising companies are getting images of you performing acts in front of the camera.


This edition, we’re joined with the whole family of podcast stars – Terence, Stewart, Tom, Chris and James (only for the first half, he’s gone back to la la land).

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Your cellphone will have the ability to check if you have an STD, instantly


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