TECHGEEK Weekly 31: Where's my IPv4?

TECHGEEK Weekly 31: Where's my IPv4?

The internet has run out of IPv4 addresses and also Intel has a bad batch of Sandy Bridge chips that needs replacing. But it’s not all bad news – Murdoch is spreading his empire on the iPad, while Google’s Honeycomb is looking delicious with its sexy user interface. That’s this week on the TECHGEEK Weekly podcast.

James Wilson joins the podcast again (for the last few minutes of the episode) with Terence Huynh, Stewart Wilson, Chris Southcott and Tom Solari in discussing the week that was in tech.

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Show Notes

IPv4 reaches exhaustion phase, Asia Pacific to receive last two IP blocks

Feature: Are Australian ISPs ready for IPv6?

The Daily iPad ‘newspaper’ launches, $.99 weekly or $39.99 per year

Murdoch’s Daily: The Details

Intel finds flaw in Sandy Bridge, halts sales

Asus, Gigabyte To Replace All Sandy Bridge Boards

Honeycomb is here: Google unveils Android 3.0, new Web-based Market

Android Market gets a web store with OTA installations, in-app purchases coming soon

Google accuses Bing of ‘cheating,’ piggybacking off its search results (updated)

Microsoft: ‘We do not copy Google’s dick results’

Stewart’s Briefs (1)

Unix time to end in 2038

Survey: 32% admit mooching neighbor’s Wi-Fi

Google Gets Record 75,000 Job Applications in a Week

How China censors Egypt news, and why the story is so sensitive in China

In Other News

Microsoft offers H.264 plug-in for Chrome, queries Google on WebM

Greater Interoperability for Windows Customers With HTML5 Video

Microsoft admits Yahoo Mail is devouring Windows Phone 7 data allowances

Verizon breaks first day sales record with iPhone 4 pre-orders — in only two hours

The Verdict is In: CNET Review of Verizon iPhone

Apple’s share of tablet market slides to 77%, Android rises to 22% [u]

Love, hate and hackers: PlentyofFish boss stews after personal files stolen

Alleged Plenty of Fish hacker speaks out Hacked, Blames Messenger

200GB to 25GB: Canada gets first, bitter dose of metered Internet

Hotmail launches accounts you can eat

Stewart’s Briefs (2)

Benihana Kuwait sues blogger for $18,000 over bad review

Sony sends DMCA notice to Github over PS3 files, keys, and tools

T-Pain gets Facebook tattoo

Appeals Court: free Internet porn isn’t unfair competition to pay sites

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