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iTunes and Amazon Killed The DVD Business

Today on the show we talk how iTunes and Amazon killed the DVD business.  We talk about Suicide Squad movie and CM Punk coming to the UFC. We talk about Hulu owners and there changing business model. We talk about NBC and Snapchat deal. We talk about securing your debt card online and in person. We talk about Microsoft and security issues with Windows 10. We get into Linux, Facebook and much more….

Join me today as we discuss…

  • Assange Implies Murdered DNC Staffer Was WikiLeaks’ Source
  • Seagate Reveals ‘World’s Largest’ 60TB SSD
  • Linux Bug Leaves USA Today, Other Top Sites Vulnerable To Serious Hijacking Attacks
  • Open PDF In Edge Default Option Puts Windows 10 Users At Risk
  • Microsoft Disables RC4 In Internet Explorer 11 and Edge
  • Google: Chrome 53 Will ‘De-Emphasize Flash In Favor of HTML5’ Next Month
  • Chrome Is Nearly Ready To Talk To Your Bluetooth Devices
  • Facebook Will Force Advertising On Ad-Blocking Users
  • Linux Kernel 4.8 Adds Microsoft Surface 3 Support
  • Data Breach At Oracle’s MICROS Point-of-Sale Division
  • Hulu Ends Free Streaming Service, Moves Free Stuff To Yahoo View
  • Walmart Buys Jet For $3 Billion, Hopes To Turbo Charge Ecommerce
  • 900M Android Devices Vulnerable To New ‘Quadrooter’ Security Flaw

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