People wait to enter the U.S. Supreme Court to hear oral arguments April 22, 2014 in Washington, D.C. The Supreme Court will hear Susan B. Anthony List v. Driehaus, a case about the criminalization of false statements in political campaigns and ABC v. Aereo, a case about the television broadcast start-up Aereo, which records and resends television broadcast transmissions over the Internet. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Everything you need to know about Aereo, the Supreme Court and the future of TV. "In one of the biggest cases of the year for tech, a young start-up is taking on TV broadcasters in the Supreme Court," writes the Switch's Brian Fung. "Depending on the outcome, the battle could either solidify TV networks' grip over their content or throw the doors open to a future where consumers will be able to get traditional, over-the-air programming over the Internet instead."

Airbnb is facing off against New York’s Attorney General. Here’s why. Airbnb headed to an Albany courtroom Tuesday to face off with representatives from the New York Attorney General's office over a subpoena for information about local hosts. The Switch is here to help you understand why.

Watch the guy Newsweek thinks created Bitcoin thank the community for their bitcoins. Remember Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto? He has a very special video message for bitcoiners who donated cryptocurrency to him in the wake of the Newsweek cover story that turned his life upside down.

iPhones and Macs get fix for extremely critical “triple handshake” crypto bug. Dan Goodin in Ars Technica writes about the latest cryptography issue to hit Apple devices. "The flaw resides in the secure transport mechanism of iOS version 7.1 and earlier for iPhones and iPads and the Mountain Lion 10.8.5 and Mavericks 10.9.2 versions of Mac OS X, according to advisories here and here. The bug makes it possible to bypass HTTPS encryption protections that are designed to prevent eavesdropping and data tampering by attackers with the capability to monitor traffic sent by and received from vulnerable devices."

Netflix Is the Real Winner if the Supreme Court Sides With Aereo.  "If the court goes with Aereo, it could give even more power to potential Aereo competitors like Netflix and Amazon, companies that are already working to redefine TV in so many other ways," writes Issie Lapowsky at Wired.