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Re/code on TV: Talking Google, Apple, Wearables and Court Cases

Re/code hits the airwaves.


A busy week of tech news meant a lot of TV appearances for the intrepid team of reporters here at Re/code. Here’s what you missed.

Kara Swisher appeared on CNBC’s Fast Money to talk about several things including Google executive Vic Gundotra leaving the company. Gundotra had headed up the search giant’s Google+ social efforts. During the same segment she also talked about quarterly earnings reports from Amazon and Microsoft..

During his weekly CNBC appearance Walt Mossberg discussed his column on why Apple is like a movie studio.

On Saturday I appeared on PBS Newshour talking about the settlement of the “no-poaching” class action lawsuit against Apple, Google, Intel and several other companies.

Lauren Goode stopped by CNBC’s Street Signs to chat about the outlook for wearable devices in the wake of layoffs at Nike’s FuelBand business unit.

And finally, Amy Schatz explained Aereo and its case before the US Supreme Court to NBC News.

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