We started things out mourning the loss of a great piece of Facebook tech. We then looked toward the future, and how to educate it. Things nearly careened out of control for a little while, but we avoided an accident. We wrapped it all up with a nutritious machined made burger. We also mentioned HTC spinning off their VR department, Spotify getting testy with Apple and Google increasing the bandwidth to Japan.
It’s one thing to have a great looking care. It’s another to break the machines that test how strong it is… Also, thank you to everyone for your support these last 100 episodes and thank you to David Parry and Avneet Chadha for joining us too. As a further thank you, if you re-share this post you could win some free swag from our brand new store: furlobros.com/store. Just re-share this on Facebook, Twitter or Google+, and we’ll contact you if you win.
100 episodes! What a crazy ride! Thank you to everyone for your support and thank you to David Parry and Avneet Chadha for joining us too. As a further thank you, if you re-share this post you could win some free swag from our brand new store: furlobros.com/store. Just re-share this on Facebook, Twitter or Google+, and we’ll contact you if you win.
For this special 100th episode we talk about Ballmer’s future retirement and the future of Microsoft, the differences between Android voice search and Apple’s Siri, the Playstation 4 release amidst competition from Xbox One and Nintendo’s Wii U, Tesla’s impressive Model S crash test, and Yahoo’s unique visitor count.
Thanks again everyone for a great 100 episodes! We’re excited for the next 100!
- Why Silicon Valley Funds Instagrams And Not Hyperloops
- PlayStation 4 launching November 15th in the U.S.
- Tesla’s Model S Breaks Roof-Testing Machine, Car-Safety Record
- Nobody Wants To Touch Windows 8
- Yahoo #1 Web Property Again In US, First Time Since May 2011
- The Voice-Off: Android vs. Siri
- Why Windows Phone Needs Skype, But Doesn’t Have It
- Steve Ballmer is Stepping Down
- Steve Ballmer was worth about $16 Billion… Negative $16 Billion