Cyber Warfare, Wearables In Tech, And New Music From Bryan Ferry Reporter Shane Harris on his new book @War, the lead designer behind Google Glass, and musician Bryan Ferry on his latest album, Avonmore.
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Cyber Warfare, Wearables In Tech, And New Music From Bryan Ferry

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Cyber Warfare, Wearables In Tech, And New Music From Bryan Ferry

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Reporter Shane Harris on his new book @War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex, the lead designer behind Google Glass on designing wearables for a broad audience, musician Bryan Ferry on his latest album, Avonmore, and much more in this week's podcast edition of Weekends on All Things Considered.