Oculus looks to Cinema for their killer app, HP kills WebOS, Swipe probably won’t change the world, Apple announces Apple Pay, new iPads, Yosemite, and a retina iMac, Matthew reviews Androids LG G and Moto 360, Google finds that kids use Voice commands, Apple kicks out Bose and Fitbit from the Apple Store, Tesla is bring the batter swap stations in December and shortly batteries will charge really fast.
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.
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.
This week we dive into Apple + iBooks, Samsung copies Apple… again, RIM CEOs step down-ish, Payal’s loss = Yahoo’s CEO gain, Roku gets smaller, Google’s Nexus aimed for Kindle, Windows 8 baggage, Piazza’s homework, Siri’s mega data usage, and Apple’s Ionic wind pump cooling system.
Merry Christmas! We talk about Wahooly and the traction their gaining, AT&T ending T-Mobile merger bid, Dell dropping netbooks, Siri playing piano, the Microsoft store, the Super Bowl, Nexus team taking on tablets, smart phones killing mobile carriers, Open Home Pro, Mission Impossible 4, iPhone Fuel Cells, Blackberry’s OS failure, and HP’s laserjet security fix.