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280: The Ephemeral Snapchat IPO

280: The Ephemeral Snapchat IPO

The Ephemeral Snapchat IPO

Oh Snap! That ephemeral photo sharing company is going to IPO in March! That’s right, Snapchat (or Snap, or those really cool) shared more of their details this week. To be honest, not all the numbers look great. For example, after Facebook copied their Stories product, Snapchat’s growth stalled almost immediately. For a company that’s still losing money, that’s not great. That story and more below.

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277: The Foresight To Develop Gaming Platforms

277: The Foresight To Develop Gaming Platforms

Nintendo Switch Gaming Platform

Can you believe the iPhone was announced 10 years ago? It’s a device that changed our lives forever. It’s hard to image how something that seems so obvious today was actually risky when it was first introduced.

Speaking of introductions, Nintendo announced their next gaming platform: The Switch. It’s both a portable console and can also be played on your TV. They’re definitely no longer competing against the PS4 or Xbox. The real question remains if there’s room for Nintendo and the others.

See below for the rest of the stories.

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274: 2016 Postdictions

274: 2016 Postdictions

2016

This in special year-end episode we look back at what happened during the year. Specifically, we look back at our predictions for the year and grade ourselves. Honestly, it’s shocking how well we do. Below is a reference for all the events we covered from 2016. It was a busy year!

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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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262: BlackBerry, Meerkat And GoPro All Qualify For A Trip To Mars

262: BlackBerry, Meerkat And GoPro All Qualify For A Trip To Mars

Mars star chart

In talking about who the first people to visit Mars should be, Elon Musk suggests that it should be people who are willing to die. So… BlackBerry, Meerkat & GoPro are already on their death beds, so it makes them perfect candidates to go to Mars. Each of our story’s are below.

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239: Everyone Told You Apple Virtually Had A Ton Of Gold, The Truth Will Break Your Heart

239: Everyone Told You Apple Virtually Had A Ton Of Gold, The Truth Will Break Your Heart

Apple's Ton of Gold

Ever wonder how recycling of old tech products work? This week we explore what it means for Apple to reclaim a ton of gold through recycling. Unfortunately, it’s not as glamorous as everyone wants, but it’s still pretty cool. We also talk about the future of buying groceries, DJI’s new drone, Magic Leap’s mystery product, virtual desktops, audio technology, and Snapchat’s reasonable reaction. Check at the notes and links below.

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232: You Won’t Believe The Bus That DJI Avoided

232: You Won’t Believe The Bus That DJI Avoided

Drone

What a week! It felt like all the big annual themes got hit this week. Clearly this is the year of VR, drones, and the IoT.

Google’s autonomous cars hit something, Bold talks about credibility, Microsoft shares more on the HoloLens, VR heats up for HTC, Oculus and Sony, DJI introduces the next generation of Phantom drones, Raspberry pushes out a new Pi, and Amazon ramps up their Echo offerings.

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175: The Biggest Competitions In The World

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This week we talk about competitions happening in the tech space. For example, Twitter takes on group messaging, Snapchat takes on the media, Tumblr takes on simple design and Microsoft takes on Gmail through the iPhone.

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