Lots of innovations announced this week at three separate conferences. Competition is heating up around the tech space, and we love it.
At Apple’s WWDC, they unveil OS X Mavericks and iOS 7 – both look awesome for Apple fanboys like ourselves. At E3, Sony wins by keeping used games like normal and undercutting Microsoft’s XBone by $100. Matthew keeps the faith alive for Nintendo. Finally, James reviews HP’s Discover conference. HP wants to be the back-end system to house and serve data for new hardware like tablets and wearables.
The new Xbox will be called the Xbox One despite being the 3rd iteration. So today’s show is called Episode One despite being the 87th.
We also talk about the death of Google Buzz, Yahoo buying Tumblr while fixing Flickr, an amazing gun scope, Amazon’s new bio-dome, Samsung’s crazy bid to take over Android from Google, and Microsoft’s commercials vs Apple’s.
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!
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.
It’s E3! In honor of E3 we have a very special episode for you. We invited two industry experts to give us their thoughts and opinions on the five presentations. We covered Microsoft and Halo 4, EA being better with connect, Nike+, Univision, SmartGlass, Internet Explorer, and Black Ops 2. We talk about EA, the UFC, and Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic. We briefly touch on Ubisoft. A gush about Sony and Beyond, AllStars, Assassin’s Creed, their new Wonderbook: Book of Spells, and The Last of Us. We finish up with Nintendo, who didn’t have enough time to tell us about the new Wii U, or Mario, or Pikmin, or the 3DS, or Lego City.
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