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272: A Magic Leap Off The Wrist (Plus a Google Home Giveaway!)

272: A Magic Leap Off The Wrist (Plus a Google Home Giveaway!)

 

Pebble No Longer On My Wrist

This week John Glenn passes away. So we talk about going to space. And how Magic Leap lied about their product. How how Pebble will no longer be on anyone’s wrists. Wow – that sounds much darker than the show really was. We finish off talking about the future of shopping and VR. All the show notes are below.

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271: #LiveAuthentic

271: #LiveAuthentic

#liveauthentic photo

We start off the show with a story about a guy who decides to become an Instagram Influencer (#LiveAuthentic). It’s interesting to see what it actually takes. We also talk about self-driving cars acquisitions, coveted NES games, memory cards, internet duct tape, The Machine, measure power consumption and more. Show notes are below.

 

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270: The Local Maximum Of Gratefulness

270: The Local Maximum Of Gratefulness

The Local Maximum Of Gratefulness

Showing our gratefulness, James and Matthew offer a new and interesting way to look at innovation and the world of technology. We also discuss James’ experience with the HTC Vive, an interview with Marc Andreessen and how Google will end humanity with AI. Also, we take a short look at Tesla’s solar power installation and how GPS is killing us, probably.

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269: Putting A Camera On Everything

269: Putting A Camera On Everything

Camera Needed for Eyes

Machines are already smart and getting smarter. One way they’re getting even smarter is by putting cameras on everything so they can easier track us. Don’t get scared! This is actually a good thing. The show notes are below with lots of examples of how companies/machines are getting smarter.

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268: Accurately Predicting the Future

268: Accurately Predicting the Future

Accurately Predicting The Vote

Last week we experienced the biggest failures of Big Data with the polls. We dive into why they couldn’t accurately predict the outcome and what that might mean for future elections. We also talk about drones and VR (of course). See below for all the show notes.

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267: An Open Letter To This Week In Tech

267: An Open Letter To This Week In Tech

an open letter

It started out as a normal tech week… and then Slack wrote an open letter to Microsoft – an unforced error. We dive deep into why it’s a mistake. Plus, we talk about a new vigilante app, Deepmind playing Starcraft, Apple’s lack of a vision, Toyota’s cool toy to turn on your car, Xiamoi’s goal of selling phones in the US, the future of voice activated devices, and VR. See below for all the show notes.

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266: A Visionary Podcast With A New Line Of Hardware

266: A Visionary Podcast With A New Line Of Hardware

visionary touch bar

Creating compelling products requires a visionary leader. Someone who can put the product line in context and provide a rationale for what was, or was not, created. Tesla and Microsoft both have visionary leaders. Apple appears to be struggling in this area.

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265: Switch to Self Driving Mode

265: Switch to Self Driving Mode

Nintendo Switch

James got to try out Sony’s new VR with Matthew in this live recording! We also talk a lot about automated driving and Nintendo’s new console called The Switch. All the notes are below.

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264: The Paradox Of Virtual Reality

264: The Paradox Of Virtual Reality

Sony virtual reality setup

“To Error is Human. To Really Foul Things Up Requires a Computer.” This was quote on our grandpa’s computer, and it strikes us as just as true today, especially with automation and virtual reality. We dive deep into both those subjects – including with Matthew’s new Sony Playstation VR. All the rest of the show notes are below.

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263: #MadeByFurloBros

263: #MadeByFurloBros

madeby google event

This episode focuses almost entirely on the #MadeByGoogle event. So naturally, we talk about all things tech: phones, platforms, home automation, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, exploding phones, wifi networks, and much more. It’s a great show. Check out all the show notes below.

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