Wow. We’ve reached 30 episodes – who knew from the beginning we would actually have reached this far. Anyway, we discuss the IPv4 running out of addresses, the new PSP2 by Sony and the Egypt Internet Blackout.
We also find out that we are really good at debating points of view, so you may find this episode to be longer than what we usually have our podcasts Sorry if we explode your download cap, but it is a must-listen episode, especially since it is our 30th episode!
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The Top Stories
Egypt Protests: Internet is cut off, more to come soon?
Egypt Protests: Facebook, Twitter re-blocked, SMS network shut down by govt.
Amidst chaos and riots, Egypt turns off the Internet
FBI executes search warrants in probe of pro-WikiLeaks cyber attacks
Anonymous’ defends the use of web attacks
Introducing the PSP 2 [update] https://techgeek.com.au/2011/01/27/introducing-the-psp-2/
PlayStation Suite announced
Internet Body May Use up IPv4 Addresses This Week
Google reveals details of Android 3.0 Honeycomb, releases preview SDK
Stewart’s Briefs (1)
Text message blows up suicide bomber by accident
Kevin Rose: Yahoo Contacted Digg To See If We Wanted To Take Over Delicious
Apple, News Corp to hold event to launch The Daily
Average iPhone owner has 108 apps, spends 84 minutes a day using them
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60% of AOL’s Profits Come From Misinformed Customers
Apple Plans Service That Lets IPhone Users Pay With Handsets
Antisocial network: SI man sues Facebook for banning him
Stewart’s Briefs (2)
WikiLeaks: the Movie to blow whistle on ‘most dangerous man in the world’
Screw the colour white – iPhone 4 now gets a clear case
Facebook Credits Will Be Mandatory Payment Platform Starting July 1
Facebook Deals come to the Android app
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