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If you haven't downloaded it before, now's the time to download El Reg's tech news podcast. Your hosts enterprise tech wise guy Greg Knieriemen and web2.0 playa Sarah Vela keep calm on the podcast with special guest, Caroline McCrory, senior director of product development at Gigaom Research.

They chat about the recent surprising ruling by a US District Court that Microsoft has been told that it must hand over email details to an unnamed law enforcement agency, even though that data is held offshore. They also discuss a variety of other topics, all indexed by start time in minutes and seconds so you can skip right to the part that interests you.

This week they discuss...

  • You know you've picked the right partner when you have whiteboards in your living room (1:30)
  • Quality of of market research (5:40)
  • US court rules that off shore public cloud data subject to search (11:30)
  • Data control is why Private Clouds exist (15:53)
  • Changes at Google risk brand loyalty (20:10)
  • The era of stand alone apps (28:16)
  • Engineer vs user experience design (32:45)
  • A bubble waiting to burst: Bezos loses $2.8B in one day (36:05)
  • Amazon's desktop-as-a-science-project (38:12)
  • OpenStack Summit around the corner (47:00)

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