How the landline continues its dive in usage, the use of solar trash cans, and a new way of reserving tables using your personal device. We wrap up the show with a crazy story of an iPhone making a nine month adventure back to its owner and the telling a tragic story of a 15-year losing her life.
Among other topics, the World Cup and Twitter make headlines and show the truly international scale of social media. Data caps are again being questioned and draws concerns for many users. We finish the show by discussing the fallout of the Aereo ruling and explaining the debacle that the LA School District has stepped into.
We are back talking about Amazon again. Amazon is holding an event this week where they are reported to reveal their entrance into the smartphone business. We follow up from a previous show about Steve’s digital conversion experience and wrap the show up with showing how deployed fathers stay in touch with families.
On the show we dive into Halt & Catch Fire, the latest show from AMC. Google provides a new view of World Cup venues and GoDaddy files a $100M IPO. Also, Apple is showing signs of new ideas and people have an online shopping abandonment issue.
News that FedEx is changing their pricing structure, the deal between AT&T and DirecTV, online home improvement options, New York City WiFi, and Nielsen’s Twitter TV rating system.
we discuss the kill switch legislation that has been introduced in California as they strive to curb the crime of smartphone theft. Next, we toss around the idea of AT&T becoming the second largest cable providing by buying DirecTV. We finish the show by talking about the new art of app surfing and Mozilla struggling with pleasing their users.