This week we tackle the biggest issues facing society: Marriage, Money and Monopolies. We’re also trying a new format for how we link to stories. Let us know what you think!
It’s episode 42 fellow hitchhikers! It turns out that HP’s parts are worth more than the whole, NYC begins upgrading pay phones to wi-fi hotspots, Deron Williams signs his $100 million deal on an iPad, it might only cost Google $152 to make the Nexus 7, and Digg officially gets sold.
We also talk about Microsoft buying Perceptive Pixel, Nokia’s path to bankruptcy, Microsoft’s new chassis design for Surface, Apple’s EPEAT debacle, Steam’s new Greenlight & their summer sale, Amazon’s potential new smartphone, RIM’s amazing Twitter campaign, and finally we pine over a potentially new Office suite.
- Microsoft to Acquire Perceptive Pixel Inc.
- HP: The Parts Are Worth More Than The Whole
- Nokia is Finished: Prepare for bankruptcy
- Microsoft is changing Surface’s chassis design on low yields
- Apple ditches Green standards for Retina Display MBP Just kidding…
- What is Steam Greenlight?
- Amazon is testing a Smartphone
- NYC to begin converting old payphones in to military grade Wi-Fi antennas
- At $152 in cost, Google’s Nexus 7 leads way for cheaper tablets
- NBA star uses iPad to sign $100M contract
- BlackBerry’s amazing Twitter Campaign
- Once evaluated at over 160m, Digg just sold for 500k
- Facebook and Twitter had very little to do with Diggs demise compared with the behemoth of Reddit
- In Memoriam: Even in losing, how Digg won
- Bad Decisions brought on by the Steam Summer Sale
- Microsoft expected to unveil update to Office suite