This week on Tech News Weekly: Microsoft announces Windows 8.1 will get a public preview at Build in June. Will it win back critics of Windows 8? T-Mobile reportedly sells half a million iPhones in less than a month. Is that a big number? YouTube launches paid subscriptions for channels. What are they and how [...]
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This week on Tech News Weekly: Google adds Shawnee, KS to its latest list of cities to get Google Fiber. Is Google Fiber driving gigabit internet competition? iOS 7′s design could be visually flatter. Will Jony Ive take iOS 7′s design in a fresh direction? Amazon is reportedly creating their own Kindle TV set top [...]
This week on Tech News Weekly: Andrew and John briefly discuss how technology has played a part in the search for the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects. Dish Network makes a play for Sprint. Would Softbank or Dish be a better fit for Sprint? Microsoft may bring back the start button in Windows 8.1. Why [...]
This week on Tech News Weekly: Google announces plans to expand Fiber to Austin. How much would it cost Google to roll out Fiber nation wide? Apple yanks another App store like app. Is Apple cracking down on apps? Fox threatens to become a pay TV channel if courts greenlight Aereo. Why is internet TV [...]
This week on Tech News Weekly: Senators in DC pass a law paving the way for a national internet sales tax. Do online stores have an unfair advantage over brick and mortar stores? T-Mobile announces their UNCarrier plans including the the iPhone. Will their new plans and the iPhone win back customers? Facebook phone rumors [...]
This week on Tech News Weekly: Samsung unveils the Galaxy S4. Is it more gimmick than phone? Verizon is rumored to possibly charge TV channels based on real viewing time. T-Mobile plans an event for March 26th to announce their UNcarrier plans. Are they ditching subsidies? Netflix wants to lead the way in 4K streaming. [...]