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In this issue, you'll hear how WikiLeaks wants to undermine states and corporations by interfering with their ability to "think." You'll learn how a new company is marrying credit cards with mobile phones. You'll hear about one company that reflects the ambition of a whole generation of energy startups. You'll learn why the Internet is no longer fast enough for Google. You'll hear about the price you pay for using free Web services. And you'll hear about the intriguing world of "check-in" games – which prods users to get out of the house and interact with people.
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  • 03-25-11

Essential reading!

The content is an excellent non-technical analysis of emerging technologies and companies leading the way for new products and services. The narrator, Todd Mundt, is my all time favorite with the right pacing and emphasis that is enjoyable to listen to. I get the magazine and the free app downloads, but they take too much time, so the audible digest is the best!