Technology’s Amazing and Nobody’s Happy
by James Furlo
This is episode 30! Unbelievable! We talk about hydrogen fuel cells, Windows 8, supercomputers as brains, Louis CK’s Internet money, and IKEA’s new HDTV. Then we discuss moving beyond social and mobile, NBC’s Olympic portal (which is awesome), what would happy to RIM’s data if they died, and Android’s importance to Google. We finish up on Verizon’s iPhone sales, Liquidmetal, LED bulbs, and lessons from Bill Gates.
- Hydrogen fuel cell breakthrough: Catalyst that increases speed of photosynthesis to be on par with nature
- Announcing the Windows 8 Editions
- Scientist to build a supercomputer to replicate the human brain
- Paramount believes Louis CK didn’t monetize his material. He only made $1,000,00 in 12 days
- Watch Out, Best Buy, Ikea Will Soon Sell Their Own HDTV System And It’s Awesome
- The Jig Is Up: Time to Get Past Facebook and Invent a New Future
- NBC’s Olympic portal goes live, ready to stream all 32 sports
- Android is Important, But Not Critical to Google
- Verizon iPhone sales drop 25%
- What is Liquidmetal anyway?
- Philips introduces a LED bulb that produces “soft” light, will last for 20 years for $60
- Apple vs. Google: Lessons from Bill Gates’ playbook