Archeologists at Apple announced yesterday the discovery of a missing link between the iPhone and the iPad. It’s episode 41 of Technophilia:
As always, the headlines:
- BPI is asking for more piracy sites to be blocked in the UK, thus solving the problem forever.
- Check out the Windows 8 ads. We break them down.
- Analyst: Windows 8 will stop the shrinking.
- There’s a smaller iPad, and Apple made other devices they will sell. For money. It’s news.
- Sony plans to sell a 11 pound, 20” “tabletop” PC running Windows 8. – No kiddin.
- Google actually likes making things affordable, and as such, they launched an ultra cheap Chromebook. Can they convince anyone to use it?
- Memento aims to capture your life every 30 seconds for “lifelogging”. Useful.
- Amazon remotely deleted someone’s entire library (they later quietly “undeleted” it). Is this the cost of online connivence?
- After complaining about Google’s privacy policies, Microsoft updates theirs to be the same.
- This awesome hoax fooled lazy journalists, including Dave.
- How Boxee completely alienated their users. Really, these comments tell the whole story.
- Apple loses another suit against Samsung, this time in the Netherlands.
- Free online education was briefly illegal in Minnesota (it’s legal again now).
- Nintendo is not going to make a lot of money.
- Zynga lays off a bunch of people. Maybe terrible social games are finally going away?