Dare to dream! Laptops are getting so thin that they can double as cheese cutters. But are they getting too thin? Maybe the “cheese cutters test” isn’t the right area laptop makers should be competing. Maybe it should be about battery life and speed.
This show is about Apple. We just cannot help ourselves. Sure, we mention Star Wars, GigaOm, YouTube and a couple other companies. But this show is really all about Apple.
Happy Halloween! We hope you enjoyed celebrating last weekend (according to Matthew’s theory). This week we were showered with all sorts of treats from Apple, Nokia/Microsoft, and others.
Specifically, we talk Square Cash, predicting Kickstart success, MAP, China’s creative slump, the wild market of smart watches, Nokia’s Asha, Lumias, Blackberry’s BBM, Apples Mac Pro, MacBook Pro, iPad Air, iPad Mini, iLife, iWork, Mavericks, Microsoft’s reaction to them, LinkedIn’s Intro, and Samsung negative comments.
- Square Cash Lets You Send Money Without Creating Another Account
- Statistical models can predict a Kickstarter’s success within 4 hour
- Super duper full-featured paper map
- Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming
- Fragments of time: the wild, messy state of smartwatches
- Nokia announces Asha 500 for $69, Asha 502 for $89, and Asha 503 for $99
- Nokia Lumia 1520: a first look at a 6-inch giant Windows Phone
- Nokia Lumia 2520: a closer look at Nokia’s first Windows tablet
- BBM is popular
- First look: Apple’s upcoming Mac Pro and new MacBook Pros with Retina display
- iPad Air hands-on
- Apple iPad mini with Retina display hands-on
- Apple updates iLife suite on iOS and OS X
- How a Free OS Will Pay Off For Apple
- The end of the paid OS Era
- Apples and oranges
- Mac Pro: seriously designed for pros
- Mac Pro’s cost: The ferocious GPU’s
- LinkedIn Intro: Doing the Impossible on iOS
- Samsung Fined $340K for faking negative web comments