Furlo Bros Tech Podcast 86: The End Of Google As We Know It on 20 May 2013 | 1:40 am via Youtube
Furlo Bros Tech Podcast 85: Electrical Storm Cloud on 19 May 2013 | 9:51 pm via Youtube
Furlo Bros Tech Podcast 77: Google Will Ruin Everything On July 1st on 16 May 2013 | 10:17 am via Youtube
Despite storm clouds facing Tesla, the automaker turned a profit for the first time. Congrats! Now hurry up and make the autopilot cars for under $30K.
Until then, we’ll get excited about RunKeeper’s Pebble app, Facebook and Google changing Intel’s CPU technology, Adobe’s shift to the cloud, Apple’s success in Japan, and the FAA potentially lifting electronic use bans during takeoff and landing.
This week we provide you brilliant insights that you could probably guess on your own.
Mars One is accepting applications now, IBM makes a movies out of atoms, we discuss superhero traits, Netflix combats piracy, AwesomenessTV gets bought by Dreamworks, LinkedIn enables engaging resumes, Google Glass haters are gonna gate, Dots for iOS looks amazing, and Facebook is doing OK.
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.
Furlo Bros Tech Podcast 82: The Next Wearable Tech: The Thunder Belt on 29 April 2013 | 2:20 am via Youtube
Wearable and interactive computing is all the rage on this week’s podcast. Companies and coming up with more and more ways to meld our digital lives with our physical lives. It’s an exciting time! Great examples include the Oculus Rift Omi Treadmill, Google’s Glass, Pebble’s Watch, and Leap Motion’s integration with HP PCs.
We also discuss Netflix’s switch to HTML5 video, Microsoft’s next steps with Windows 8, Funny or Die’s iSteve movie, David’s adiction to Kickstarter board games, and James’ crush on Yahoo’s new weather app.
I don't think Vinnie appreciated me goofing off while he tried to get work done. on 18 April 2013 | 10:13 am via Flickr
Disruptions are everywhere this week! Solar panels are disrupting the energy market, Google is disrupting the ISP market, Microsoft is disrupting the PC market, Bitcoin is disrupting the currency market, and Facebook is disrupting the mobile phone market. It’s a world gone crazy!
We also talk about 3D printing, the FBI’s surveillance tool, MIT’s DNA-patterned graphene, Samsung’s superior global Galaxy S4, Blackberry’s horrible Z10 sales, shallow texters, Foursquare’s $41 million investment, Internet Explorer vs. Murder Rates, Google’s inactive account manager, iPhone’s India sales, an attack upon WordPress, and regulated commercial drones.