Episode 58! Matthew reviews the Kindle Paperwhite, Google announces the Nexus 4 and 10 along with 700,000 apps, Ethiopian kids teach themselves to read, Scott Forstall exists Apple while Johnny Ive takes over, Matthew reviews the iPad Mini, Elon Musk shoots for Mars, and Disney buys Lucasfilm.
Episode 55! Dealers don’t like Tesla’s factory stores, Digital Legacys offer digital headstones via QR codes, PC thumb scanners are insecure, Marty McFly gets stuck in 1955, Reddit users learn to tell if they’re on the Internet, SNL does a hilarious iPhone 5 skit, and Curiosity Mars Rover tweets it out.
We also talk about the mysterious NYSE bandwidth hog, the decaying web, Baseball’s iOS 6 Passbook success, Rose’s Law of quantum computing, Matthew’s Podcasting app woes, Angle investor returns, and we give a shout out to Felix Baumgartner for surviving a very big fall.
Episode 52! Apple releases iOS 6 and the world explodes off the maps! We talk about why it’ll be OK for Apple, and why Google will still be OK too. The only real loser is RIM, who suffered another outage while losing the lead in security. Facebook continues to be creepy by asking friends to snitch, AT&T continues to be a jerk.
We also talk about the possibility of a Star Trek like Warp Drive, Verizon CFO’s comments about Unlimited Data, Phil Schiller’s comments about wireless charging, and Sony’s redesign of the PS3. Finally, Matthew shares his experience completing the Tough Mudder.
Episode 51! BlackBerry proves that things can get worse, GoDaddy attempts to kill the Internet, Apple announces the iPhone 5 plus new iPods & iTunes, Google buys a ridiculous number of Intel chips & picked a horrible city to launch Google Fiber. Microsoft seeks a patents for a surround displays, researchers create laser drug injections, and IBM takes a boring photos of atoms.