This week contained highs and lows. Life is good if you’re Apple, Google, Rockstar and HP. Life isn’t so good if you’re Nintendo, Blackberry or Microsoft. We dissect each reason why.
We talk about the new Scout alarm system, Hiroshi Yamauchi of Nintendo passing away, Apple’s 64-bit processor, Blackberry’s death, Google’s new health company called Calico, robots building cars next to humans at BMW, HP’s new Android/Windows tablets and their new laptop with Leap Motion control, Grand Theft Auto 5’s record sales, and Matthew’s unfortunate experience with multi-path TCP.
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- Samsung May Have Lost the A7 months ago.
- The A7 Might have Been The Reason For the Downgrades
- 64-Bit Samsung Phone will be the ultimate “Hoax-64 Bit”
- Scout is like Lockitron for security alarms: easy, cheap, and smart
- BlackBerry To Cut up to 40% of workforce
- Well, At Least It Wasn’t A Billion
- Google announces Calico, a new company focused on health and well-being
- What Is Calico, And Why Does Google Think Its Mysterious New Company Can Defy Aging?
- Miranda Henely has Cut The Cord
- Soldiers develop relationships with their robots
- Robots working side-by-side with humans in BMW factories
- HP fills out its tablet lineup with four Android slates and two Windows models
- HP’s new gesture-control laptop is the first with Leap Motion
- Nintendo visionary Hiroshi Yamauchi dies aged 85
- A Short Story About how An Apple Engineer Got Me Back
- Grand Theft Auto 5 hits $1 billion in three days, sets new record