First, It is with great sorrow that we talk about the loss of Mike Alsbury, the pilot of SpaceShipTwo. Mike’s life was cut too short but provided a lifetime of achievement in his short time with us. Next, the invention of Operation is in need of some help for…an operation! We conclude the show with details about the growth of Windows 8.1 and the release of the Roku TV.
Cryptowall needs to be discussed to illuminate the importance of taking security serious. Rooms breaks the cycle for Facebook by allowing users be remain anonymous on the application. Finally, the latest in-home media device from Amazon continues to show the future of the tech giant.
Apple is staging for their October 16th announcement, while Amazon is planning an opening of the first brick-and-mortar store. We have some cool news about the latest in family portraits, involving 3-D printing. Finally, we discuss how technology influences our bedtime hours.
Companies making news this week include Microsoft with their reveal of Windows 10, HP and the eventual company split, and Chase making waves with a personal data breach.
In tech stories this week, we dive into the changing landscape of digital wallets and digital payments with the introduction of Apple Pay. Is this a game changer? Also, National Podcast Day is a few weeks away and remember to join in the conversation. In closing, we had a chance to get our hands on an Amazon Fire Phone and we share our thoughts on the device.
With Apple taking center stage, we elaborate on the Apple announcements and how we feel about each item. In conclusion, Facebook has apologized for removing an advertisement paid for by a father trying to raise money for his 2-month son’s health battle.