This week we talk about a bunch of things!
Cory Arcangel wrote a book about people tweeting about writing a book, Matthew bought a Philips Hue, the Vocca Light Switch is voice activated, Best Buy is seeing falling iPad sales but doing well overall, Samsung won’t be launching Tizen anytime soon, Zillow bought Trulia, the USB may not be safe anymore, HP unveils a pretty watch designed by Michael Bastian, Amazon need a 10th man for the Fire Phone, the NFL will start tracking players in real time with FRID, EA and Xbox team up to bring you older titles while Sony launch PlayStation Now to stream old games, Nintendo continues to lose money, HelloWorld gives you a way to share your location with friends, and the House of Lords in Europe agree than the right to be forgotten rule should be forgotten.
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- Advocating Against The Fire Phone
- Samsung Postpones Launch of Tizen Phone Indefinitely
- Zillow to Acquire Trulia for $3.5 Billion in Stock
- App Rot
- For $30 a year, EA Will Give You Access To A Bunch Of Last Years Games Today
- Here’s a book about people tweeting about writing their novels
- Right To Be Forgotten Rule Is Wrong
- Nintendo Post Loss Despite Wii Sales Tripling
- The Vocca Light Switch Is A Modern-Day Clapper
- Best Buy CEO Says Tablet Sales Are “Crashing,” Hope for PCs
- Is the iPad doomed?
- The Fundamental Break Of USB Security
- The NFL will track players with RFID for better stats in real time
- HP’s Fashionable Smart Watch
- PlayStation Now is a glimpse at the future of gaming — for a price
- Meet HelloWorld, An Easier Way To Share Your Location With Friends