Andrew Sorcini and Tom Cheredar welcome guest Social Blade co-host Jeff Cryder, Jr., as they discuss Apple’s upcoming iPad 2 announcement, Amazon’s streaming movie service for Prime members, Nokia’s partnership with Microsoft and the death of Symbian, Apple and Google both launch subscription services, President Obama pitches a plan to free 500MHz, raise $28B, and bring 4G to everyone; Obama’s dinner with the tech elite, Anonymous challenges the Westboro Baptist Church– or do they? Google offers a plugin to block content spam, Microsoft embraces experimentation on the Kinect, and we welcome our new robotic Jeopardy-playing overlords.
- Apple to Unveil IPad 2 on March 2 in San Francisco
- Amazon takes on Netflix with movie streaming service for Prime
- Open Letter from CEO Stephen Elop, Nokia and CEO Steve Ballmer, Microsoft
- RIP: Symbian
- Microsoft to pay out ‘billions’ as part of Nokia deal
- Apple Launches Subscriptions on the App Store
- Google launches subscription service — Google One Pass
- Obama pitches plan to free 500MHz, raise $28B, and bring 4G to everyone
- Obama’s Silicon Valley “Tech Supper” – Who Sat Where? Why Was He There?
- Anonymous: We didn’t threaten Westboro Baptist Church
- New Chrome extension: block sites from Google’s web search results
- Watson wins it all, humans still can do some other cool things
- IBM’s Watson victorious in Jeopardy; Our new computer overlord?
- Microsoft welcomes Xbox Kinect ‘hackers’