James and I couldn’t help but get into Pokemon Go this week with everyone else while we discuss the game, the community and the companies involved. Things got serious as we discussed the death of a shooting suspect in Dallas and the drone that killed him. We talked about the worlds most famous router (more interesting than it sounds) and a $4 dollar smartphone that might start a revolution. There was a weekly VR update brought to us by the Warriors and a First-Person drone race that looks like a ton of fun. We also talked Twitter, 5G cell service, Google’s iPhone app and wrap it up with some cathartic Snapchat bashing.
This is what happens when REALLY smart people start to tackle complicated questions. Get excited!
Like pretty much every week, we start off talking about movies. Which, for the first time actually makes sense given current events.
We then talk about Disney’s Movies Anywhere app, Corephotonics’ dual camera breakthrough, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 phone & Gear watches, Steve Perlman’s 5G concept, Tesla’s Gigafactory, HTC’s botnet, Rolls-Royce’s automated barges, @N’s happy ending, the new Boeing Black, and finally Netflix’s Fitbit integration during their internal hackathon.
- HTC Wants To Create A Botnet For Research
- Samsung Announces The New Galaxy S 5
- The Secret Of The Wicked Battery Life
- Samsung Announces 3 new Galaxy Gear Watches
- The Fit Has Serious Potential If The Price Is Right
- A Company is Trying to Make The Rolls Royce of the Ocean
- Disney Movies Anywhere debuts with tight integration with Apple’s iTunes
- A dual lense camera for Smartphones
- The end of the Megapixel Race Will Come With the Dawn Of the Multi-Lense Approach
- Boeing Black and the BlackBerry Death Knell
- Happy ending: @N has been restored to its rightful owner
- Using Your Fitbit To Stop Netflix When You Fall Asleep
- pCell, 5g Cellular data and Nikola Tesla’s Dream Fulfilled
- The Tesla Gigafactory