In the meantime, is iTunes poorly designed (we’re still not sure)?, Zazzle is slowly growing and turning into a huge company, Intel & Micron invent a new memory called 3D Xpoint, OnePlus unveils the OnePlus 2, Motorola unveils the Moto X and Moto G, Microsoft releases Windows 10, Google starts killing Google+ but will revive Glass, Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk think militarized AI is a bad idea, Facebook plans to do the same bait and switch with Messenger/WhatsApp that they did with Pages, and Snapchat is selling a beach towel just because.
This week Dillion Markey shares how he uses Nintendo’s Power Glove, Elon Musk is afraid of the future and invests $10M with the Future of Life Institute to stop AI, Facebook goes to Work, Google helps launch Project Ara, kills Google Glass, let’s Android have security flaw from WebView, and learns how to translate languages on the fly. Apple’s Swift is super popular, Capital One buys Level Money, Tidder buys Tappy and Burstio lets you turn a burst of photos into a movie on iOS.
Google makes some amazing products and this week we spend a lot of time diving into them.
We also talk about James’ new HP Slate, the latest Pew Research on social media sites in the US, Apple’s purchase of SnappyLabs, the future of Google Glass, Microsofts Windows 8 problem, Youtube going to 4K, Snapchat non-apology, and AT&T & T-Mobile’s war for users.
You know you’re bad when other hackers don’t want to share their secrets with you. We also talk about HP’s new Android-based SlateBook, Google Glass being used in the NFL, hybrid airplanes, Apple’s eBook punishment and teleportation.
It finally happened: James got his Pebble Smart Watch. Learn the full review after using it for a week.
We also talk about BMW getting into the electric car market, the new Moto X from Motorola and Google, Bob Mansfield’s semi-retirement, Sony’s and Panasonic’s next gen disk, Google’s wi-fi take-over at Starbucks, Samsung’s less-than-real performance, HP’s new Android-based SlateBook, the Black Hat conference, Google Glass being used in the NFL, hybrid airplanes, Apple’s eBook punishment and teleportation. Wow!
This week we provide you brilliant insights that you could probably guess on your own.
Mars One is accepting applications now, IBM makes a movies out of atoms, we discuss superhero traits, Netflix combats piracy, AwesomenessTV gets bought by Dreamworks, LinkedIn enables engaging resumes, Google Glass haters are gonna gate, Dots for iOS looks amazing, and Facebook is doing OK.