Oculus looks to Cinema for their killer app, HP kills WebOS, Swipe probably won’t change the world, Apple announces Apple Pay, new iPads, Yosemite, and a retina iMac, Matthew reviews Androids LG G and Moto 360, Google finds that kids use Voice commands, Apple kicks out Bose and Fitbit from the Apple Store, Tesla is bring the batter swap stations in December and shortly batteries will charge really fast.
Computers are showing up all over the place. I’m not just talking about tablets and phones, but also unexpected places like HDMI cables. This is the future: computers everywhere. The only real question is going to be how much it costs us.
This week Andrew Mason gets fired from Group, Corning confirms iWatch, HP releases Sate 7, Firefox announces their phone OS, Matthew searches for 3D glasses, Netflix watches you, SpiderSense helps you feel what’s coming, iPhones HDMI is a computer.
We then round up the show with a bunch of really short headlines.
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.
Episode 47! HP spins off WebOS just to create a new mobile division, The Oatmeal wants a Tesla museum, Microsoft may price Surface at $199 which could work well with their enterprise strategy, Square offers a flat monthly fee as payment data becomes more valuable than payment fees, Zuckerberg might need to give up the CEO reigns to make Facebook’s stock soar, and Apple lost their reality distortion field without Jobs.
It’s episode 35, on Memorial Weekend! We talk about Microsofts new So.cl project, why Uberconference sounds awesome and Apple & Samsung being the biggest chip buyers in the world. We then dive into the effects of the carrier subsidy, Facebook’s new Camera app, and Reddit founder’s Bat Signal idea for the internet. Plus a bunch more!
It’s CES week! We talk about Ultrabooks, Search + Your World, Why MG Hates Android, TVs, HUDs, tablets, phones, Comcast disrupting SOPA, PCs vs Tablets and MUCH more! Check out all the links for videos, summaries and more.
Spoiler Alert! This week we trash the news: HP/webOS = Google’s Worst Nightmare?, Facebook dies?, Majel to say “Hello World”?, Nokia dislikes iPhone/Android, Getaround goes to Portland, the iPad takes off with American Airlines, NTSB stops talking in the car, Apple buys a flash memory company, Best Buy + Wolfram = Siri results, SiriTV, the missing Kindle Fire Manual, and Dilbert’s boss gets Siri.
This week we talk about leadership and why it matters, Facebook buying Gowalla, how Crocs = iPads, Quadcopters, laggie Android phones, Molybdenite IC, 3D Memory Cubes, the new Netflix on Xbox, Verizon family data plans, A social Excel, and WebOS becoming open source.
We are also holding our very first content: The Furlo Bros Giveaway! We’ll be giving away a couple random Bob The Autographer shirts to a couple random people. How do you get the shirt? It’s easy, just do 2 things: