/// Sounding Off on Facebook Home, Privacy and Why Travel Books Are Going Extinct
It was a busy week in tech news, which also meant a busy week in the media for the staff here at AllThingsD . The big tech story of the week was clearly Facebook Home, and Arik Hesseldahl was on Fox Business News, talking about the privacy implications of Facebook’s move: Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com Speaking of privacy, Liz Gannes appeared on KCRW’s “To The Point” to talk about the issues raised by Google Glass. Mike Isaac took on a range of topics while on “ This Week In Startups ,” and Bonnie Cha was on “ Tech News Today ”: Meanwhile, Ina Fried was on NPR’s “Morning Edition,” talking about travel guidebooks and the apps that are forcing them to the sidelines. And, of course, Walt Mossberg was on the The Wall Street Journal’s “Digits” show to talk about this week’s review — Dell’s convertible XPS laptop: [ See post to watch video ]
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Sounding Off on Facebook Home, Privacy and Why Travel Books Are Going Extinct
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