This week Matthew is off on a business trip, and so I decided to do an experimental format. The show is only 30 minutes as a consequence, but it’s a completely different style than we’ve ever done before. I’d love to get your feedback which you can leave in the comments below. Thanks for listening!
Matthew is in Disneyland participating in the Avengers Half Marathon this week.
We talk about the Flux 3D printer on Kickstarter, The ESA Rosetta Mission and the Philae successfully landing on a comet, the latest of the Net Neutrality debate, Microsoft’s focus on Windows, Office and Azure while letting things like .NET free, Google’s new tune, Sony’s new Internet TV and Sharp’s new display.
- Microsoft’s CEO Gave Us The Clearest Vision For The Company We’ve Had In Years
- Microsoft Has 3 Products: Windows, Office 365 And Azure. Everything Else Is A Feature
- Microsoft pushes its dual-use vision with $199 Work & Play Bundle
- Microsoft’s first Lumia defines Windows Phone’s future
- Obama’s plan to save the internet draws bold reactions
- The hypocrisy of Republican opposition to net neutrality
- SURPRISE! WE AGREE WITH THE PRESIDENT’S PRINCIPLES ON NET NEUTRALITY
- Politics Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things. Like The Internet.
- Google Music Purchase Increase, After Launch Of Streaming Service
- Music Key’s Shifting Definition Of Music
- Flux’s 3D Printer Is Also A Scanner, Laser Engraver And More Thanks to A Modular Design
- So, Yeah… We Landed On A Comet
- Microsoft Will Take .NET To OS X And Linux After Open Sourcing It
- Visual Studios Goes Freemium
- Sony To Launch It’s Own Internet TV
- Sharp Demoed A 736ppi Screen
Yep. We’ll be using our minds to control computers… and boy will it be patented!
Given our interest in technology, it should be no surprise that we experimented with new technology that brought audio to life in our podcast. Enjoy the new sounds!
This week, we talk about Microsoft’s price cut of the Surface Pro, the 40 Days of Dating blog, the new Her movie, Bill Gate’s comments about Project Loon, Computer-Brain research, Samsung’s attempted ban of Apple’s iPhones, Jeff Bezos’ purchase of The Washington Post, Nokia’s new commercial poking fun at Apple, Netflix’s crazy algorithm for deciding what movies you like, and Blackberry’s impending doom.
- Computer-Brain Interfaces Making Big Leaps
- Obama’s Veto and how the ITC got wrong
- The administration’s message: Enough’s Enough
- Jeff Bezos on Post purchase
- Bezos In 2012: People Won’t Pay For News On The Web, Print Will Be Dead In 20 Years
- Jeff Bezos Bought The Washington Post
- Facetime Everyday Commercial
- Nokia strikes back with their own pictures commercial
- Microsoft cuts price on Surface Pro by $100
- Facebook continues to make Zuckerberg’s newspaper metaphor a reality
- The Science Behind the Netflix Algorithms That Decide What You’ll Watch Next
- 40 Days of Dating: A Love Story?
- Bill Gates says Google’s internet balloons are ‘not going to uplift the poor’
- Trailer: ‘Her’ – Nov 20
- Bad News Bears For BlackBerry
Episode 59! Office for iOS & Android, DC Comics for Kindle & iBooks, self-driving cars for D.C., *Big Data win for Obama, *Orca fail whale for Romney, and Windows Phone 8 for Matthew.
- Regulation for self-driving cars in DC
- Microsoft Office for iPhone, iPad, and Android revealed
- Inside the Secret World of the Data Crunchers Who Helped Obama Win
- Killer fail: how Romney’s broken Orca app cost him thousands of votes
- DC Comics Announces Deals To Sell Digital Comics In Big Three E-Bookstores
Episode 24! We really only talk about one thing this week: The new iPad. Then we manage to throw in a story about the Consumer Privacy Bill and frighteningly ambitions startup ideas.
- What’s In a Name: Why the New iPad Isn’t Called iPad 3
- Apple Using OpenStreetMaps for iPhoto
- Why Google’s Plan To Make Maps Pay For Itself Could Backfire
- New iPad’s Most Revolutionary Feature is Its Battery
- Why Apple Didn’t Release a $299 iPad
- Why The New iPad Doesn’t Have Siri
- Pres. Obama Introduces Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights
- Frighteningly Ambitious Startup Ideas