James is still enjoying his TOTALLY FLAT iPhone.
We talk about “Hey Siri!” which is helping to usher in the future for HomeKit. We then talk about semantic satiation for naming brands. Create a shortcut of @@ to be your email. Apple deals with a PR nightmare from Bendgate and iOS 8.0.1. Apple contemplates getting rid of the Beats brand for streaming music. Cirque Du Soleil uses quadcopters to create an awesome flying lamp performance. Robinhood raised $13 million but has yet to launch. Samsung moves 500 engineers from their mobile phone division to other IoT devisions. Shellshock rocks the security world.
- Apple TV Got A HomeKit Update, It’s Ready To Be The Hub
- Apple’s Beats Music Brand May Go Away. Apple’s Beats Music Service Is Sticking Around.
- Cirque Du Soleil Using Quadcopters
- Microsoft’s Big Cube
- What’s In A Name: “Semantic satiation” and the art of choosing a perfect company name
- Enter Your Email Address Quickly on Your Phone with the @@ Shortcut
- Robinhood Raises $13M To Democratize Stock Market With Zero-Commission Trading App
- Apple’s PR Problems
- The PR Team Starts To Fight Back: Bent iPhone Complaints, Less Than 10
- I Once Broke a Phone in Half With My Bare Hands
- iOS 8.0.1 breaks your iPhone 6
- Bug Testers Get Their iPhone 6 At The Same Time You Do
- Inside the building where Apple tortures the iPhone 6
- Consumer Reports test results find iPhone 6 and 6 Plus not as bendy as believed
- Samsung Moves 500 Engineers From Mobile Phones To Other IoT Divisions
- The Bash ‘Shellshock’ Bug
- Why It Matters Beyond The Normal “Bugs”