The more things change, the more they stay the same. Great artists steal. It’s like deja vu all over again. That seems to be the same after a 3rd set of hardware announcements that basically seems to only change the company name. Don’t get us wrong. Microsoft’s interpretation is very compelling, but it all seems too familiar. See below for all the links to each article.
Matthew gives his review of the Nokia Lumia: spoiler: he hates it. Then we talk about Microsoft buying Minecraft, DipJars goal of fixing tipping, Apple Watch’s pricing, Google’s Android One, FiftyThree’s new Mix on sharing, Facebook’s attempt at sharing Moments, Healthkit being broken, Space X and Boeing getting ready to send people into space, and selling music.
- Microsoft Bought Minecraft
- And It’s All About The Benjamins
- Google Announces Android One
- DipJar Raises Funding For A Tip Jar Where You Pay With Plastic, Not Spare Change
- FiftyThree reveals Mix, a community for sharing and downloading any kind of Paper
- Codenamed “Moments”, Facebook Has Built An App For Super-Private Sharing
- John Gruber Makes Me Feel Smart
- Echos Of Palm
- HealthKit Bug Prevents HealthKit Connect iOS Apps From Being Launched
- Space X and Boeing Will Be Exploding People Into Space By 2017
- Boeing Got The Lionshare Of The Bid, Because They’ve Gotta Pay Bezos For Their Boosters
- Remember This Quote, You’ll Be Hearing It More And More: “Music Is Great At Selling Everything Except Music”
- Larry Ellison Steps Down As CEO of Oracle
- Larry Page wants a Google 2.0 that will build cities and airports, report says