5:33 - ‘Liars and Outliers’ author Bruce Schneier on the impact on consumers of data mining by technology companies and the government.
2:57 - ‘Liars and Outliers’ author Bruce Schneier on the government and technology companies’ data gathering.
2:54 - AllThingsD’s Arik Hesseldahl on the lack of popularity of 3-D televisions.
1:48 - FBN's Liz MacDonald on Apple receiving 4,000 to 5,000 requests for customer data from U.S. law enforcement over disclosures.
1:40 - FBN’s Kathryn Glass on Apple overhauling its mobile operating system while Sony and Microsoft price their new gaming consoles at E3.
1:30 - FBN's Tracy Byrnes on the Department of Justice's lawsuit against Apple.
7:22 - IMAX Entertainment President Greg Foster on the latest Superman movie.
2:17 - Rich Edson reports that a new company wants Americans to toss paper cards in favor of plastic cards with chips installed.
3:25 - CharityBuzz CEO and founder Coppy Holzman on bidding on dinner with Martha Stewart and other celebrities for charity.
2:45 - Layfield Report CEO John Layfield discusses how Yahoo and Google are beefing up their portfolios with recent purchases.
4:35 - Scanadu CEO Water de Brouwer on the Scout, a device he created that works with your smartphone to monitor your health.
4:19 - Microsoft Windows CFO Tami Reller on the partnership to have mini-stores within Best Buy.
5:11 - Mashable Editor-in-Chief Lance Ulanoff and FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on NSA scandal’s impact on tech companies such as Google.
6:39 - Veracode founder Chris Wysopal on the security risks of medical data.
3:18 - AAA Traffic Safety Director Jake Nelson on concerns about hands-free systems in cars.
5:25 - The Weekly Standard’s Steve Hayes and privacy and security researcher Sammy Kamkar on Google’s push for more transparency.
3:04 - Indiana Pacer’s Roy Hibbert talks video games at the E3 Expo.
5:41 - Internet Security Alliance CEO Larry Clinton on mounting concerns over the NSA scandal.
1:38 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the recent problems facing the search engine.
5:56 - TiVo CEO Tom Rogers on the company’s latest products and services.
1:17 - FBN’s Diane Macedo on the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference and the outlook for the company.
3:02 - eBay Head of Retail Innovation Healey Cypher and Kate Spade Saturday Senior V.P. Kyle Andrews on eBay’s new ‘shoppable windows.’
4:49 - Fortune Editor-at-Large Adam Lashinsky on the announcements from Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
1:10 - FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the latest from Apple.
4:17 - Flipboard CEO Mike McCue on what the latest announcements from Apple mean for developers.
5:02 - Morningstar equity analyst Brian Colello on what Apple needs to boost its outlook.
4:38 - CB Insights CEO Anand Sanwal on what companies may be the next acquisition target for IBM.
3:16 - FBN’s Robert Gray on the latest announcements from Apple’s Developers Conference.
4:07 - Telsey Internet analyst Tom Forte gives his outlook for Apple stock.
5:25 - Mizuho Securities senior equity research analyst Abhey Lamba and Enderle Group principal analyst Rob Enderle on what’s in store for Apple’s future.
6:05 - Krishna Subramanian on what the tech world is hoping to hear from Apple and how it could impact the mobile advertising market
3:29 - IHS CEO Scott Key on the deal to acquire Polk for $1.4B.
6:27 - Digital forensic analyst with Data Clone Labs expert Ira Victor tells Tom that metadata is readily available to and from major companies at all times, but the government doesn’t want transparency between the two.
4:50 - Robert Gray on whether Apple will discuss PRISM at today’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
4:45 - Robert Gray on what to expect from the Apple Worldwide Developer’s Conference, which begins today.
1:32 - Apple faced two court cases this week, Zynga announced layoffs and Verizon turned over customer information to the NSA.
3:48 - S&P Capital IQ’s Tuna Amobi on the companies bidding for Hulu.
3:39 - Koolspan CEO Gregg Smith on how you can secure the communications from your smartphone.
4:49 - Wall Street Journal Editorial Board Member Mary Kissel on U.S. talks with China on hacking.
3:17 - FBN’s Dennis Kneale on the NSA collecting phone and Internet records.
3:54 - CEO of StreetCred Software Nick Selby says his software helps law enforcement track down bad guys.
5:02 - DJI Innovations CEO Colin Guinn on the first consumer unmanned aerial vehicles.
4:42 - Former White House Cyber Terrorism Czar Howard Schmidt on how the U.S. should deal with foreign cyber attacks, especially from China.
1:12 - FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the NFL’s partnership with Verizon.
4:20 - Enderle Group principal analyst Rob Enderle on the patent dispute between Apple and Samsung.
3:04 - AllThingsD Senior Editor Arik Hesseldahl on the growth of wearable technology.
4:17 - BG Strategic Advisors Managing Director Abe Garver on the latest trends in e-commerce.
4:10 - SHFL Entertainment CEO Gavin Isaacs on the company’s business strategy for online gambling.
5:22 - Roku CEO Anthony Wood on the streaming content the company provides for consumers.
3:16 - FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the fallout from Samsung’s win over Apple.
1:01 - FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the patent dispute between Apple and Samsung.
3:20 - Turkel Brands Executive Creative Director Bruce Turkel on whether Yahoo can revive its brand.
5:44 - Zephyr Management managing director James Awad and FBN's Liz MacDonald on the government's role in patent fights.
7:43 - Mashable’s Lance Ulanoff and Consumer Reports’ Mike Gikas on the virus Zeus and efforts to reduce smartphone theft.
5:20 - TechnoBuffalo’s Roy Choi and The Wall Street Journal’s Spencer Ante on the growing number of billion-dollar acquisitions.
5:04 - Smead Capital Management CEO Bill Smead on the sectors investors should avoid.
5:51 - Autodesk CEO Carl Bass on the potential impact of 3-D printing as the technology advances.
2:33 - Former DOJ antitrust attorney David Balto on the Dept. of Justice’s case against Apple.
3:19 - Wedbush Securities’ Michael Pachter on concerns over Zynga’s outlook.
6:13 - FBR Capital Markets analyst Christopher Rolland and Sanford Bernstein senior research analyst Stacy Rasgon debate the outlook for Intel.