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.
I wonder if they’ll have import tax-free shopping on the boat.
Tech companies are changing the way we learn and think. We are slowly, but surely, shifting our entire lives digitally. In some ways, they resemble our physical lives, but more often than not they’re able to take the best parts and meld them together into something greater. That’s what we talked about today. BTW, the “Y” in Sociology is invisible, but it’s totally there. That’s phycology!
Blue seed wants to make a boat to solve immigration, the Wii outsold the Wii U, Nintendo will skip the E3 keynote, Facebook has sociology data, Phablets aren’t a phad, Netflix is dominating again, online education is just getting started, Google Fiber is happening, NASA is shooting phones into space.
- This Floating Barge City Is the Most Far-Flung Immigration Solution Yet
- Nest Introduces Rush Hour Rewards and Seasonal Savings, powered by Auto-Tune
- I think Netflix has officially changed the game
- NASA launches three phones into orbit to be used as satellites
- Wii outsold Wii U
- The secret to a good online course (Hint: It’s not technology)
- Why online education is mostly a fantasy
- Data Science of the Facebook World
- Apple is starting to sound like Nokia Circa 2007
- And then there were two? Nintendo skipping E3 press conference this year
- Phablets aren’t a Phad
- The Force of Google Fiber
- Gigabit ethernet coming to Vermont