DigitalOutbox Episode 185

DigitalOutbox Episode 185
DigitalOutbox Episode 185 – Adobe hacked and BBC look to the future

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0:51 – Adobes network compromised: 2.9 million customer names, encrypted credit and debit card numbers, and source code
5:32 – Twitter IPO: social media company looks to raise $1bn in public share sale
7:17 – NSA and GCHQ target Tor network that protects anonymity of web users
9:31 – Google To Start Employing User Ratings And Photos In Shared Endorsements Ads
12:28 – 1m Raspberry Pi computers have now been built in the UK, as global sales hit 1.75m
13:56 – BBC plans to help get the nation coding
16:01 – iPlayer
19:49 – Playlister
21:33 – Live Events
23:26 – BBC Store
26:16 – ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 force TVCatchUp to drop their services
29:06 – Samsung’s Galaxy Round is the first phone with a curved display
32:11 – Make a mini you from £40
34:43 – Rockstar apologizes for GTA Online issues with in-game cash

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Ian lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland. By day he works in the IT department for a large manufacturing company but outside work he is a keen follower of all things digital. In 2006 he switched to using a Mac and has never looked back. To find out more about Ian visit the about page for more info.