Apple goes Topsy-turvy over Twitter data as Amazon drones hit your doorstep

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Half-hour delivery service from Amazon sounds great, but do you mind a drone landing at your front door? That’s what Amazon envisions and on this week’s podcast we discover the implications and obstacles of this brave new world. New media and “old” Twitter is also in the spotlight, so we break it all down and try to figure out which media models will work and what Apple plans to do with a Twitter firehose.

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Hosts: Kevin C. Tofel, Tom Krazit
Guests: Signe Brewster, Mathew Ingram, Derrick Harris

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