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 [...]
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This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul Thurrott discuss how we consume media. Does Netflix and Amazon have the right approach to modern media consumption? Paul also takes questions and answers from the chat room including the so called Windows Blue update. Should Microsoft offer faster updates to Windows? Andrew and Paul also [...]
This week on Tech News Weekly: Micheal Manna Joins us. Microsoft’s Surface Pro sells out. But did it sell out due to low stock? Intel announces it is developing a new internet based TV set top box. Can Intel succeed where others haven’t? Harrison Ford is said to be confirmed for Star Wars: Episode VII. [...]
On this episode of Geek Gamer Weekly, we wrap up what happened at CES 2013, the CNET/CES situation, Eve Online and Dust 514, bumpy tablets, the Pebblem, talk about NVidia’s new hardware announcement and much much more! Including our Picks of the Week! Show notes at: http://www.geekgamer.tv/ggweekly/ggw226 Be Sociable, Share! Tweet
This week on Tech News Weekly: Andrew and Sunkast discuss this year’s CES. What products stood out? Also, has CES become over hyped? Microsoft confirms the death of MSN Messenger. Amazon introduces AutoRip. Will it help bring back the CD market? Ubuntu announces Ubunto OS. Will anyone be interested in yet another smartphone OS? Netflix [...]
This week on Tech News Weekly: Andrew take notes at something new Amazon is trying for non-rush orders. Is Amazon trying to prioritize shipments? T-Mobile finally gets the chance to sell Apple products including the iPhone. Will having the iPhone stop customers from leaving? T-Mobile also announces it will no longer subsidize handsets or use [...]