We’re in the second week without James and nothing seems to be on fire yet, so that’s good news. Things don’t seem to be going as smoothly for Microsofts AI, though. Join Alex Grivette and I as we talk about Apple’s big announcement this week, the collapse of Pebble and the struggles of Nintendo. We also take a look at the soon delivering Oculus, the shake up at Tinder and the success of Spotify. Finally we round out the with the future of smart TVs and the imminent financial collapse of the Silicon Valley.
This is the first week that James is gone, but never fear! We have on two guest hosts: Tim Madden and Kyle Clark (@kylemartinclark). We discuss the future of sports competitions with the Drone Grand Prix We take a look at the evolving movie industry and how we’ll soon be watching block busters. We even wonder about Tidal and the future of Jay Z’s platform.
We also talked about video games. Sony’s Play Station VR announcement in depth and Microsofts new policy on cross platform play. We also talk about giant time-sucking games and how they could be bad for the industry.
Episode 19 of the Furlo Bros Tech podcast! Office gets Previewed, Redbox no longer waits 28 days, Facebook files for IPO, Sony loses a lot of money & gets a new CEO, Android market gets a malware scanner, Apple poaches Microsoft, Amazon poaches Microsoft, Google poaches Apple, and AT&T hates unlimited customers.
- “Office 15” Begins Technical Preview
- Redbox-Warner Deal Expires, Ending 28-Day Delay
- An Exit Interview With Warner Music Group Edgar Bronfam Jr
- Facebook Files For $5 Billion IPO
- Facebook IPO: The Facts
- Is Google Being Shut Out of the Changing Internet?
- Sony Posts $2 Billion Net Loss For Q3 FY2011 Results, Forecasts $2.9 Billion Loss For Full Year
- PS3 Price Reduction Partially Blamed for Sony Q3 Losses
- What Hirai’s Promotion Means For Sony
- The Heroine’s Journey
- Android Market’s Malware Scanner
- Apple Poaches Microsoft Exec
- Windows Phone Developer Lead Leaves for Amazon’s Kindle Team
- AT&T Throttling “Unlimited” Users After 2.1 Gigs
- PSN Accounts Changing to “Sony Entertainment Network” Accounts Feb. 8
- Google Poaches an Apple Senior Director