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Not even customers like NASA and National Geographic can guarantee your safety as a cloudy storage biz. This week in Speaking in Tech, your hosts Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela, the three amigos of El Reg's tech-cast, talk about Nirvanix's shock implosion; whether or not stylus-waving Samsung Note 3 fans are dorks; why people are loving the new "golden" iPhone 5S... and much much more.

Want a quick roundup of what everyone in the storage, enterprise and consumer worlds are talking about? Download and plug in for a steaming hot cup of tech talk.

This week we discuss:

  • Eddie in recovery
  • Stewart Vaughn update, Pure poaching
  • Blackberry buys jet, sells the company
  • BBM app gets pulled
  • Cool kids want iPhone Gold
  • Nirvanix closes up shop, cloud vultures circle
  • Cloudy abstractions and gravity
  • Dude, I got a cloud
  • Crackdown on bogus yoghurt reviews
  • RSA's backdoor algorithm
  • LinkedIn getting sued
  • Social condoms
  • Eddie and Sarah gets endorsed

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