HP just might be break up again, Matthew hates Snapchat, Saturday morning cartoons are gone, the next great tech breakthrough will come in pairs, PayPal splits from eBay, Microsoft announces Windows 10, Rovio lays off people, Blackhat is a new hacker movie, Reddit is creating its own crypto currency, GE makes an awesome commercial for the Link Spot, the Pebble gets a price cut, and Weezer helps prove that music can’t sell music.
Given our interest in technology, it should be no surprise that we experimented with new technology that brought audio to life in our podcast. Enjoy the new sounds!
This week, we talk about Microsoft’s price cut of the Surface Pro, the 40 Days of Dating blog, the new Her movie, Bill Gate’s comments about Project Loon, Computer-Brain research, Samsung’s attempted ban of Apple’s iPhones, Jeff Bezos’ purchase of The Washington Post, Nokia’s new commercial poking fun at Apple, Netflix’s crazy algorithm for deciding what movies you like, and Blackberry’s impending doom.
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.