Last week Facebook revealed the new “Facebook Phone” called Facebook Home – an Android launcher that puts your friend’s updates front and center. To commemorate the occasion, we also take a look back at the most important phones in history.
We also do a round-up of April Fools pranks, talk about Tesla’s success, LucasArts’ termination, Google forking Webkit in a Blink, CMA Communications injecting ads into webpages and Michael Dell’s failing plans to take his company private.
Sudden breakthroughs are the results on small regular actions over time which slowly compound into something amazing. Save $10 per day and you’ll be able to retire a millionaire 40 years later. Start with a phone, improve upon it slowly every day and you’ll have breakthrough smart phones. That’s what we talk about today – the result of those simple actions compounded over time.
Today’s focus is on Google glass and bone vibration, Zillow’s home improvement app, Dell going private, Mailbox for iPhone, iWatch for Apple, Vine for adults, House of Cards on Netflix, EA’s Origin coming to Mac, and Apple’s iPhone India sales.
It’s episode 35, on Memorial Weekend! We talk about Microsofts new So.cl project, why Uberconference sounds awesome and Apple & Samsung being the biggest chip buyers in the world. We then dive into the effects of the carrier subsidy, Facebook’s new Camera app, and Reddit founder’s Bat Signal idea for the internet. Plus a bunch more!
It’s CES week! We talk about Ultrabooks, Search + Your World, Why MG Hates Android, TVs, HUDs, tablets, phones, Comcast disrupting SOPA, PCs vs Tablets and MUCH more! Check out all the links for videos, summaries and more.
Merry Christmas! We talk about Wahooly and the traction their gaining, AT&T ending T-Mobile merger bid, Dell dropping netbooks, Siri playing piano, the Microsoft store, the Super Bowl, Nexus team taking on tablets, smart phones killing mobile carriers, Open Home Pro, Mission Impossible 4, iPhone Fuel Cells, Blackberry’s OS failure, and HP’s laserjet security fix.