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Akamai says only 12% of the world is capable of consuming 4K content. Andrew and John discuss the state of 4K and broadband. President Obama calls for cheaper, faster internet. Should laws prohibiting local municipalities from starting their own ISP be repealed? Samsung reportedly offers to buy BlackBerry. ...
John and Andrew discuss highlights from CES 2015 in Las Vegas including curved displays, virtual reality, and wearables. What trends stood out at CES this year? Intel debuts the Intel Compute Stick. Who is this device intended for? The Belty steals CES Unveiled. What is the Belty? And Dish announces ...
Andrew and John discuss whether CES is still relevant. Has CES run its course? The FBI says North Korea is responsible for Sony being hacked. Sony also cancels the debut of the movie 'The Interview.' Did the hackers win? Amazon launches Prime Now, delivering items to Manhattan in an hour. What can you ...
Andrew Zarian reviews the Amazon Fire TV. How does it compare to the Roku, Apple TV, and Google Chromecast? AT&T is upset over a town in Kansas expanding it's city gigabit internet to residents. Should AT&T compete more? Microsoft will reportedly hold an event in January to tout Windows 10. ...
CBS launches a 25/7 streaming news channel named CBSN. Are 24/7 streaming networks the way of the future? AT&T says it will stop it's fiber roll out until net neutrality rules are solidified. What is the deal with net neutrality? YouTube launches it's long rumored music streaming services named ...
Marvel and Warner Bros./DC Comics announce their upcoming movies for the next 15 years. What Marvel and DC Comics movies are Andrew and John looking forward to? RiteAid and CVS reportedly block Apple Pay and Google Wallet. Andrew and John discuss what is really going on and what CurrentC is. Amazon announces ...
Apple announces the new iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, Mac Mini, and iMac with Retina display. Andrew and John debate why Apple has stuck with 16GB for it's starting models. Google announces the new Nexus 6 phone, Nexus 9 tablet, and Nexus Player. How will Google's first Android TV device compete against the ...
Andrew and John discuss what they think Apple is likely to unveil at their October event next week. Will we see an iPad Pro or updated Apple TV hardware? HP officially splits into two companies. Will the split help HP in the long run? HTC announces the new RE camera and Desire Eye with 13MP front facing ...
Andrew and John discuss the launch of the iPhone 6. What are the first impressions on the size of the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus? Microsoft acquires Minecraft for $2.5 billion. Will Microsoft ruin Minecraft? Clear Channel rebrands as iHeartMedia. What are their reasons for rebranding? Also Microsoft continues ...
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Amazon purchases live video streaming site Twitch for nearly a billion dollars. What will Amazon do with Twitch? Amazon also announces their original shows will stream in 4K. Andrew explains the trouble he is having with his Macbook Pro keyboard. Apple sends out official invites for their September iPhone ...
Microsoft is reportedly removing the Charms Bar in the next update to Windows. Is Microsoft back on the right track? Sprint replaces Dan Hesse as CEO and also reportedly drops it's bid to acquire T-Mobile. Is T-Mobile cursed? Justin.TV officially shuts down. Could other streaming services follow the ...
A new round of funding for SnapChat suggests it's value could be as much as $10 billion. Is SnapChat over valued? Samsung sees its lowest profit in years. Is the smartphone market over saturated? Andrew and John discuss the hype surrounded the OnePlus One Phone. French company Iliad makes a bid for T-Mobile. ...
Verizon FiOS ups their upload speed to go just as fast as download speed. Why don't more ISPs offer symmetrical internet speeds? Netflix is testing a new private mode. Should they roll it out to all users? Google is yet again rumored to be buying Twitch for $1 billion. What makes Twitch worth a billion ...
Microsoft announces plans to cut as many as 18,000 employees, most from their recently acquired Nokia devices division. What does this mean for the future of Windows Phone? BlackBerry announces it is building their own virtual assistant, BlackBerry Assistant. Apple and IBM forge a partnership to put ...
Andrew and John discuss Google I/O 2014. Is Google heading in the right direction with Android L, Android Wear, Android TV, and Android Auto? US Supreme Court rules Aereo's streaming service is illegal under copyright law. Is this the end for Aereo? Nest acquires Dropcam for $555 million. Will Google ...
Apple announces Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite and iOS 8 at this year's WWDC 2014 keynote. Andrew and John discuss Yosemite, iOS 8, along with Apple's other announcements of HomeKit, and HealthKit. Is iOS 8 simply catching up to Android? Amazon plans a launch event for June 18. Will we finally see an Amazon ...
Apple acquires Beats Electronics for $3 billion. How will Apple utilize Beats? Apple is also rumored to focus on home automation in iOS 8. Will it simply be a certification process? YouTube will soon let you crowdfund your videos. NFL will bring it's online network to Roku, Fire TV and Kindle Fire. Is ...
Microsoft unveils the new Surface Pro 3 at an NYC event this week. Does Microsoft finally have a successful tablet? AT&#038;T announces it will buy DirecTV for nearly $50 billion. Will AT&#038;T's acquisition of DirecTV pass federal regulators? Google is rumored to be close to buying streaming video ...
After years of rumors, Netflix is set to raise prices for new customers, and come to cable boxes. Should cable companies let Netflix manage their on demand services? Dish is reportedly looking into launching an internet TV service to reach a younger audience. Will millennial's be the reason cable companies ...
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