This week, Amazon surprises us all with new products for the holidays, The President’s inciting tweets may be twice as annoying in the future, Uber is told to steer clear of London, Google & HTC team up , and much more.
This week, the FBI wants to spy on internet history without a warrant, Snapchat beats Twitter, Facebook’s CEO gets hacked, a way to stop rampant artificial intelligence, and a machine watches Blade Runner and the results may surprise you…and much more!
This week, we say goodbye to Steve Jobs as he officially resigns as CEO of Apple, and COO Tim Cook takes over. We also take a look at the possibility that the iPhone 5 will be on all major carriers by the end of this year, Apple is building a cheaper 8GB iPhone, IBM produces chips based on the human brain, Skype acquires GroupMe, an 8-day delay by Fox on Hulu triggers a surge in piracy, Cloud music services score big in new copyright ruling, and Samsung cites ‘2001’ for prior art against the iPad.
Later, HP spins off their PC business, sells the TouchPad at a loss, and effectively kills WebOS. Also director Sir Ridley Scott plans another ‘Blade Runner’ film, and Devindra reviews Deus Ex: Human Revolution.