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Interview โ€” Andy Weir, author of The Martian

Long before it was a movie starring Matt Damon, The Martian was a clever self-published story written in pieces by Andy Weir. We sat sown with him recently to talk about the journey from book to movie.

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Catch our interview with Bard's Tale creator Brian Fargo live!

The creator of one of the most iconic role-playing games of all time stopped by a Hangout on Air for a quick chat about the upcoming Kickstarter epic.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook: It's better to be the best than to be the first

It'll be ready when it's ready. That's essentially what Apple CEO Tim Cook is saying about Apple's new products. He's been teasing that Apple is exploring new product categories for some time now, though he hasn't given many indications of what those new products might be, or let alone when they might come. For a very long time, since well before Cook took over as CEO, that's been Apple's policy. New products are ready when they're ready. And that's what Cook has reiterated in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook's full TV interview is now available on YouTube in case you missed it

Last night, US television network NBC ran the first ever official television interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook. Unfortunately if you're outside of the United States or were out for the evening, you may have missed it. Luckily some kind sole has captured the complete interview and shared it on YouTube. As it is not an official release, it may get taken down fairly quickly so if you are interested in what Tim Cook has to say, don't hand around to watch it.

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Siri co-founder talks to iMore about the future of technology, mobile interfaces, and implementing Siri

Dag Kittlaus, creator of Siri, recently spoke at an economic development event in his hometown of Michigan City, Indiana, and iMore had the chance to listen in and ask him some questions about the challenges they faced in implementing Siri and where he thinks the future of technology is headed.

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Pocket founder Nate Weiner talks transition from Read it Later, time shifting content, and going free

We had a chance to sit down and talk to Pocket's (formerly Read it Later) founder, Nate Weiner, and developer Max Weiner about their recent re-branding and the transition from a read-later service to a read-, watch-, and generally enjoy-later powerhouse. With a newly redesigned app, continued cross-platform focus, and business model that includes giving the app away from free, it's a huge gamble for Pocket.

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Jonathan Ive: Apple's goal is to design and make better products

Apple's Senior Vice President of Design, Jony Ive is the man who put form to everything from the iMac to the iPod, iPhone, and iPad. He's given a rare interview to the Evening Standard where he comments on everything from his recent knighthood to Apple's conceptual process.

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Only 6 days left to help keep jailbreak exemption in DMCA -- act now!

We have 6 days left to keep jailbreaking legal and extend the DMCA exception that is set to expire soon. has an interesting interview up with the EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) and Andrew "bunnie" Huang, author of Hacking the Xbox.

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Belkin talks new iPhone cases at CES 2012

We're here at CES 2012 talking to Belkin about iPhone cases. This time around they've aimed to differentiate cases for white and black iPhone users. Their new lines expected in April are focused specifically on the color differences. Certain cases will compliment the black variant while others will look better on white models.

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Long lost Steve Jobs interview to be making its way to theaters soon?

The once lost footage of Steve Jobs' 70 minute Triumph of the Nerds interview have been found in London, restored and enhanced, and is soon to be making its way to the big screen.

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