Elon Musk gives Matthew a birthday present: The Hyperloop.
We also talk about Blackberry’s willingness to sell, the Microsoft and Google fight over Youtube, Apple’s iPhone 5S, Microsoft’s Windows for any surface, Samsung’s Galaxy Gear and Note III, Elon Musk’s Hyperloop, Title for iOS and Sony’s leaked camera.
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!
Incremental (adjective): of, relating to, being, or occurring in especially small improvements.
That’s what we featured this week. Incremental improvements in earnings calls, Samsung’s TouchWiz UI, Google products (Nexus 7, 4.3 Jelly Bean, Play Games App and even their Chromecast). We also talk about the potentially new Ubuntu Edge, and manufacturing in America.
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.
Wearable and interactive computing is all the rage on this week’s podcast. Companies and coming up with more and more ways to meld our digital lives with our physical lives. It’s an exciting time! Great examples include the Oculus Rift Omi Treadmill, Google’s Glass, Pebble’s Watch, and Leap Motion’s integration with HP PCs.
We also discuss Netflix’s switch to HTML5 video, Microsoft’s next steps with Windows 8, Funny or Die’s iSteve movie, David’s adiction to Kickstarter board games, and James’ crush on Yahoo’s new weather app.