Oh BlackBerry… you make it too easy…
Oh BlackBerry… you make it too easy…
Good-bye Google Reader, you will be missed. But that doesn’t mean news stops happening. If anything, there’s more news than ever! In some ways, news never sleeps, and neither does Matthew on an airplane. Listen to this week’s episode with Matthew in the UK.
Microsoft tells us how awesome IE11 is, Tesla treats North Carolina lawmakers to a test drive, 10 influential leaders share their favorite books, Apple and Google ruin developer’s summer, BlackBerry effectively kills the Playbook and we get a BREIF introduction to plasmonics.
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Do you hear that? That’s the sound of nobody caring.
Episode 71 comes after a rough loss for the 49ers. Of all the horrible things to happen in the week, this was the worst. But we pull ourselves together to talk about technology. Here’s what happened.
Elon Musk offers to help Boeing with their battery problem, Microsoft reveals that you’ll only get to use 23gb of the 64gb Surface Pro, Apple introduces a 128gb iPad, RIM changes to Blackberry along with a new mobile OS, researchers figure out how to print 3D moon bases, Newegg defeats Soverain to saves the Internet, driverless cars are closer than you think, and Nintendo announces they’re going to lose money this year.
This year… Sigh… We’ll get them next year… Go 49ers!
It’s that time of year again… when it ends. So we’re back with a look at how our predictions of 2012 did, and with some new ones for 2013. It was such a long show that we split it into two parts. Look for the first from yesterday.
This part deals with the future: Our predictions for 2012. The first part looked at the past.
It’s that time of year again… when it ends. So we’re back with a look at how our predictions of 2012 did, and with some new ones for 2013. It was such a long show that we split it into two parts. Look for the second half tomorrow.
This part deals with the past: The big events of 2012 and how our predictions did. The second part will look to the future.
The Top 2012 Stories
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 57! MIT makes a bandwidth breakthrough using algebra, Bald Bieber fans reminds us that not everything on Twitter is true, Singapore start vertical farming, and Wikipedia struggles to keep editors interested. Oh yeah, Apple unveils the iPad Mini, and Microsoft releases Windows 8 and Surface.
Episode 53! One Year! Amazing! Google turns 14, Driverless cars get legalized in CA, Tesla secretly creates solar powered charging stations, printers print pictures of printers, the Clucks iPhone app gets advertising right, and smart phones are cheap to charge.
Also, MIT demos a mapping backpack (watch the video!), RIM keeps fighting with music videos, Apple apologizes for Maps, and Marvel creates an awesome second screen experience for Avengers.
Finally, we finish up with reflections about the past year and what we’re excited about in the next year. Thanks everyone for listening. We really appreciate it!
Episode 52! Apple releases iOS 6 and the world explodes off the maps! We talk about why it’ll be OK for Apple, and why Google will still be OK too. The only real loser is RIM, who suffered another outage while losing the lead in security. Facebook continues to be creepy by asking friends to snitch, AT&T continues to be a jerk.
We also talk about the possibility of a Star Trek like Warp Drive, Verizon CFO’s comments about Unlimited Data, Phil Schiller’s comments about wireless charging, and Sony’s redesign of the PS3. Finally, Matthew shares his experience completing the Tough Mudder.