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This week, Microsoft gets a bum rap, Nintendo gets a new lawsuit and Netflix gets a new competitor.
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This week, Fruitfly was found in an Apple, profit has returned to Nintendo and users aren't interested in Twitter.
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This week, Cortana enters the home, Pokémon GO reenters Milwaukee parks and YouTube exits online editing.
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This week, Apple's software is in trouble, Amazon's sales set a record and SoundCloud's time is just about up.
This week, Avram Piltch talks about the next STEM educational product he is reviewing: the Sony KOOV. The system is designed to help teach kids about programming logic and mechanical workings, while making the process as easy as possible. Avram and his son have worked with it for only a single day, but they have built one of the more complex projects. See what Avram thinks about his early experiences.
This week, iPhone turns 10, governments go overboard and an internet petition finally works.
This week, we look back on the last 10 years of F5 Live: Refreshing Technology, PLuGHiTz Live Radio (as it was previously known) and the times we have had together.
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