We attempt to create some controversy in episode 70 because clearly it’s working for Kim Dotcom’s new Mega site. Microsoft also creates some controversy over their poor Windows 8 sales, Twitter creates controversy with Facebook over finding friends in their new Vine app, and Apple’s stock goes down it has too much cash.
On the positive side, Simplenote got bought by Automattic, H.265 got approved, we’re experimenting with storing data with DNA, and the new Moves iPhone app can help track your steps.
- Now witness the firepower of this fully ARMED and OPERATIONAL MegaUpload!
- Microsoft Surface Pro on sale February 9th in the US and Canada, starts at $899
- THQ will be broken apart and sold to Sega, Ubisoft, and others
- Simplenote supercharged
- Moves: An iPhone app that tells you exactly how lazy you’ve been today
- Twitter officially announces Vine, a ‘new way to share video’ on the iPhone
- Vine hands-on: Twitter’s game-changing take on social video
- Facebook Cuts Off Friend-Finding Access to Vine
- Storing data in DNA
- Some good old fashion drama: Who’s to blame for Windows 8
- Microsoft won’t break Surface sales out from overall Windows 8 sales
- Lenovo a potential BlackBerry buyer
- Apple’s Stock plunge: What the heck happened?
- Apple made a ton of money last quarter
- Suddenly, Apple’s iPhone 4 Is a Major Point of Interest
- Some good old fashion rumor mill: the iPhone Plastic and the IGZO iPad
- Next-Gen Video Format H.265 Is Approved, Paving The Way For High-Quality Video On Low-Bandwidth Networks