Episode 60! It’s almost as if everyone tried to squeeze all of their news in between the elections and Thanksgiving week. All this results in more news than you can eat.
Search Gmail for large attachments, download MacX DVD Ripper Pro for free, AT&T CEO doesn’t like iMessage, HTC to pay Apple $8/phone, RIM’s CEO expresses confidence in BlackBerry 10, Steve Sinofsky leaves Microsoft amid tepid Windows 8 sales, Google Fiber goes live, Nexus 4 sells out, Google TV improves, Google starts talks with Dish Network to launch a competitive cell network, soccer refs try using a smart phones to better communicate fouls, NASA prints in 3D with metal, teleportation works!, AC electric motors work better, Facebook shares a little bit behind their newsfeed organization, and Nintendo releases with Wii U.
- Find the Large Attachments Eating Up Your Gmail Space with a Simple Search
- MacX DVD Ripper Pro November Giveaway
- AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson is losing sleep over iMessages
- HTC settlement with Apple will cost HTC $8/phone, may be archetype of future settlements
- RIM’s Chief Is Confident of BlackBerry 10 Success
- How Steven Sinofsky changed Microsoft, for better and for worse
- Google Fiber goes live, real world speeds of 700 mbs
- Nexus 4 sells out in 50 minutes
- Google TV: Now faster and easier
- Google in early talks with Dish Network to launch a competitive Cellular network
- Today’s the first time a professional soccer ref will issue yellow and red cards with a smartphone
- 3D printing with metal aka why we need NASA still
- WORKING TELEPORTATION!
- The future of electric motors
- Windows 8 Sales Well Below Projections, Plenty of Blame to Go Around
- HP’s Todd Bradley: Surface is no competition to us
- Facebook opens the door to how it organizes your newsfeed
- Microsoft begs Web devs not to make WebKit the new IE6
- Nintendo Wii U review