Episode 25! We talk about Marvel’s new augmented reality comics, how awesome the iPad is, Android fragmentation, the end of Encyclopedic printing, RIM $120 keyboard, Microsoft’s security fix, Google’s toilet cooled data center, and the FAA’s review of their gadget policy.
- Marvel and Aurasma Show Off New Line Of Augmented Reality Comics
- Many Analysts Doubted It: How the HD iPad Screen Came To Be
- The Real Impact of the New iPad: Printers are no Longer the Only Analog Imaging Device Out There
- Fragmentation in the Android Market Place. What Should Google Do, If Anything?
- Thunder Bolt Will Soon Realize More of its Potential, They’re Moving to Fiber Optics
- Defining Property
- After 244 Years, Encyclopedia Britannica Stops the Presses
- With the encyclopedia dying, Wikipedia is slowly gaining ground in education
- RIM Releases The $120 BlackBerry PlayBook Mini Keyboard
- Microsoft’s Security Tuesday: Closed a Huge, Multi Platform Worm Opening.
- Flush a Toilet and Cool Google’s Data Center
- Apple Moved the Field Goal Posts Again. The Cost of the New iPad Significantly More Expensive Then the iPad 2
- A5X SoC compared to the A5
- The Coming Bluetooth 4.0 Revolution: the New iPad Has It Now Too, When Are They Going to Blow Our Minds With It
- Disruptions: Time to Review F.A.A. Policy on Gadgets
- Apple Will Announce It’s Decision Regarding It’s Cash Hoard Tomorrow Morning