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286: Parallel Learning In Video Games And The End Of AntiVirus

286: Parallel Learning In Video Games And The End Of AntiVirus

parallel learning creativity

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The new Zelda game is a great example of parallel learning that let’s you learn at your own pace, and on the things you want to learn. This is in contrast to serial learning which requires you to follow a pre-defined path. This, is mostly likely the future of adult and college education because maximizes how much you learn.

Oh yeah! Good news: you don’t need antivirus software anymore if you promise not to visit bad sites (though, Chrome won’t let you even if you wanted to), you don’t download software from CNET, and you don’t let your kids use your computer.

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281: Android Wear and Mobile, Both 2.0

281: Android Wear and Mobile, Both 2.0

2.0 Button

Mobile 2.0 is underway. The fundamental assumption is that everyone has access to high-speed mobile internet, and a computer in their pocket. If that’s the case, what kinds of services and devices would you make? For one, you get Snap’s Spectacles. You get Android Wear 2.0. You also get things like Amazon’s Echo and DJI Drones. We should continue to see further unbundling of services and hardware in the coming years.

Oh yeah, and solar is now less expenses than traditional coal power. So that’s awesome. See below for all the stories.

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260: Using a Galaxy Note 7 as Rocket Fuel

260: Using a Galaxy Note 7 as Rocket Fuel

Galaxy Note 7 Explosion

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In this week’s podcast we talk about HPI’s purchase of Samsung’s printer business, Alphabet’s natural speech and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 exploding phones. We also get into a bunch of other stories that you can check out below. Enjoy!

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259: Apple Doesn’t Want You To Hear This

259: Apple Doesn’t Want You To Hear This

Apple Logo

This week’s podcast is mostly focused on Apple’s announcement. We fully deconstruct the iPhone’s headphone jack and the new direction of the Apple Watch. We also talk about Intel’s latest purchase and Sony’s new console. See below for all the notes.

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256: There’s Nobody In The Driver’s Seat Of The Live Stream

256: There’s Nobody In The Driver’s Seat Of The Live Stream

No Driver's Seat Car

Uber continues to make moves to remove you from the driver’s seat which Twitter continues to make moves into the brave new live streaming world. Plus, Intel takes the next step to making VR and AR a thing. See the links below for all the stories.

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246: The Reality of Breaking Moore’s Law, The Truth Will Shock You

246: The Reality of Breaking Moore’s Law, The Truth Will Shock You

Moore's Law on Nest

There appears to be no Moor’s Law with the Internet of things. As a result, this will impede the development of home devices like the Nest. This begs the question: is Next fundamentally in trouble, or was Tony Fadell the problem?

We also talk about flying cars, rockets, phones, VR, E3 and WWDC in the episode. Check out all the show notes and links below.

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231: Facebook Came Up With Something New, Our Reaction Will Make You Angry

231: Facebook Came Up With Something New, Our Reaction Will Make You Angry

Facebook Reactions

For the first time, my reaction to robots taking over the world and killing humans falls right in line with Elon Musk. It’s after watching the Boston Dynamics video of humans being mean to their atlas robot that prompts my concern. If Facebook had the reaction of scared, that’s the one I would choose.

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224: We Didn’t Go To CES, And You Won’t Believe What Happened Next!

224: We Didn’t Go To CES, And You Won’t Believe What Happened Next!

CES 2016

We round up all the coolest CES news in this episode. Despite James’ downer attitude last week, CES proves that the future is bright, smart, and automated. The show notes below contain a huge laundry list of all the different products Matthew looked into. And yes, we talk about every single one. Think of this show like CES: a whirlwind of stories that’ll be mostly forgotten in a month.

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212: Going Public as a Super Villain

Evil Musk

We come to an inescapable conclusion in this episode: Elon Musk is a Super Villain. Think about it. He’s publicly stated that humanity will die in 20 years. He’s working on his own escape to another planet. And he’s creating autonomous robots (cars) that look sleek and people inherently trust. This is how it happens people!

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201: Operating An Android From Memory

Android Mission Impossible

Mission Impossible came out this week. Go watch Tom Cruz do his own stunts.

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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.

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