Samantha would probably use iCloud to store her data.
James talks about the movie Her, Lego is now the largest toy manufacturer, Apple will be coming out with new iPhones and a new iWatch – we give our predictions, iCloud still isn’t secure, Home Depot has credit card issues, Motorola released the Moto X, Moto 260 & Moto Hint, Microsoft is getting desperate with the Xbox One, Sony unveiled some new smart camera lenses, Slingshot isn’t cool anymore, and Tesla is building their battery factory in Nevada.
We provide a semi-technical analysis of Twitter’s IPO and compare them with other companies not making money, like Blackberry.
We also talk about Western Digital’s 6TB hard drive, teens living Facebook, watches vs glasses, Blockbuster’s death, Mavel’s deal with Netflix, GT’s sapphire deal with Apple, wireless power collection, and Organovo’s 3D-printed liver.
Buying all the latest tech can get pretty expensive fast. Despite all our excitement for everything new coming out, we still encourage people, can companies, to practice fiscal responsibility.
Elon Musk shows off how SpaceX using Leap Motion, North Carolina University invents strong glue for solar panels, Microsoft buys Nokia, Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Gear, we pine over Apple’s new iPhone, we try to guess which start up will be the next big thing (Spoiler: Oculus Rift), HDMI 2.0 for 3D 4K video transfer and Intel’s fiber optic breakthrough.
Computers are showing up all over the place. I’m not just talking about tablets and phones, but also unexpected places like HDMI cables. This is the future: computers everywhere. The only real question is going to be how much it costs us.
This week Andrew Mason gets fired from Group, Corning confirms iWatch, HP releases Sate 7, Firefox announces their phone OS, Matthew searches for 3D glasses, Netflix watches you, SpiderSense helps you feel what’s coming, iPhones HDMI is a computer.
We then round up the show with a bunch of really short headlines.
Sudden breakthroughs are the results on small regular actions over time which slowly compound into something amazing. Save $10 per day and you’ll be able to retire a millionaire 40 years later. Start with a phone, improve upon it slowly every day and you’ll have breakthrough smart phones. That’s what we talk about today – the result of those simple actions compounded over time.
Today’s focus is on Google glass and bone vibration, Zillow’s home improvement app, Dell going private, Mailbox for iPhone, iWatch for Apple, Vine for adults, House of Cards on Netflix, EA’s Origin coming to Mac, and Apple’s iPhone India sales.