This Week In Tech 05/13-05/19/2017

This week in tech Google announced Google One. YouTube retooled Red, Sony is ging to be ending manufacturing of Vita game cards, the Xbox adaptive controller, Paypal aquires iZettle, Intel 10nm chip.

Google announced Google One a new cloud storage service. Google One ism’t Drive and storage is cheaper. There are also a whole bunch of other perks. Here’s a link to a TechCrunch article about Google One: https://tcrn.ch/2kaBzk3

YouTube is ending YouTube Red but not really. YouTube Red is being split into two it will become a Sporify like music service and YouTube Premium wich is the rest of YouTube Red.

Earlier this week Sony told Kotaku that they are going to end production of physical game cards for the PlayStation Vita at then end of their 2018 fiscal year (March 31, 2019).

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Amazon cuts Whole Foods prices for Prime members: https://reut.rs/2IWoBV4

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Amazon cuts Whole Foods prices for Prime members https://reut.rs/2IWoBV4
Say hello to Google One https://tcrn.ch/2kaBzk3
YouTube Unveils New Streaming Service http://bit.ly/2ITVqBW
Sony Ends Production Of Physical Vita Games http://bit.ly/2IU91Jy
Xbox Adaptive Controller http://bit.ly/2rViMNW
PayPal Aquires iZettle https://nyti.ms/2Gy6Sy5
Intel finally made a 10nm processor https://engt.co/2wWqsV5
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This Week In Tech 01/14-01/20/2018

This week Nintendo announced a new product This week marks the end of support of Windows 8.1. Google Fi and Amazon Prime both getting price changes.

This week Nintendo announced Labo a very interesting product. It is a series cardboard building kits that interact with the Nintendo Switch. Theres a piano kit that works with the Ir sencor in the joycon.

Google is changing the price model of their Fi phone carier. Fi is introducing Bill protection which linits your bill at $60, Fi charges a flat  $20 monthly and $10 per GB, now you’ll get charged to a monthly limit of $60, but after 15GB of usage you’ll be slowed down. Amazon is also raising the price of their prime service by $2.

Nintendo Labo https://kotaku.com/nintendo-announces-nintendo-labo-a-wild-new-experiment-1822172429

The End Of Windows 8.1 https://www.pcworld.com/article/3247661/windows/microsoft-is-shutting-down-its-free-upgrade-from-windows-81-to-windows-10-in-24-hours.html

This Week In Tech 11/26-12/02/17

This week Apple had a bunch of security issues on mac, Google bans lockscreen ads, Tesla batteries are running in Australia, The founder of Vine is working on a new app.

Last Tuesday someone tweeted about a security issue with all Macs running Mac OS High Sierra. The bug is basically the ability to login to the Macs root account without the password. Apple realeced a patch to MacOS but the next update broke the patch. And an IOS update caused a bunch of iPhones to crach.

Vine Co-Founder Dom Hofmann said (on Twitter) that he’s working on a new app. Nothing more is known about this new project. In a follow-up tweet he talked about a project called Innerspace

In other news, Tesla finished building Australia’s electric battery gird . and Google has banned ads from being put on the lockscreen in Android.

In The Week Ahead

Dell Earnings: Thursday

Future Of Money And Tech Summit: Monday

TechChrunch Disrupt Berlin: Monday and Tuesday

This Week In Tech 10/29-11/04/2017

Broadcomm bids to buy Qualcomm, the Razer phone was announced, the Nintendo Switch has sold more than the Wii U, and

The Razor phone was announced the Razor Phone last Tuesday. here are the specs

  • 5.72-inch IGZO display with 120 Hz refresh rate and Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)
  • Dolby ATMOS sound, dual front-facing speakers and amplifiers (certified by THX)
  • Dual camera with auto-focus and LED flash (12 MP, F/1.75 wide-angle and 13 MP, F/2.6 zoom camera)
  • Long-life 4,000 mAh lithium-ion battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+
  • 8 GB RAM – enough for the most demanding games and apps
  • 4G Super-Voice

Last week during their quarterly earnings Nintendo said that they sold more Switchs then Wii Us. The Switch has been on sale for only 8 months and the Wii U was avalible for about 5 or 6 years

This Week In Tech 10/21-10/28/2017

sorry for releasing this late I’ve been really busy.

This week Nintendo announced an Animal Crossingmobile game, Google announced a new electronic payment system, the iPhone X is Avalible for pre-order, the most important thing I missed while I had computer problems was that Qualcomm made the first 5G connection. Super Mario Odyssey is out.

Google announced Google Pay a payment system that intigrates Android Pay and a few other things.

Super Mario Odyssey is out. It’s great. The game is long but it can be easy or hard depending on what you choose to do. I’ll be writing a full review of the game soon.

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This Week In Tech 10/01-10/07/2017

This week Google hosted their 2017 Made By Google Event and Sonos also hosted an event. AOL announces that they are killing AIM.

On Wednesday Google hosted their 2nd annual Made By Google Event. At the event they announced new Pixel Phones, new Google Home devices, Airpod like wireless headphones, and some weird camera. For more information refer to my live blog.

Earlier that same day Sonos announced that their making all their speakers compatible with airplay. They also announced a new speaker the Sonos Play One that is compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant. It’s coming out October 24th and will cost $199. 

This week AOL announced that their killing off AIM. As of December 15 AOL instant messenger won’t be active any more. 

This Week In Tech 09/24- 09/30/2017

This week Star Trek Discovery Premiered. The CEO of Equifax stepped down. Elon Musk did a talk at the IAU confrence about SpaceX, Mars, and the Moon.  Reviews of the Essential Phone are out.

So Star Trek Discovery premeired last Sunday. It was good but just didn’t feel like Star Trek. The 1st couple episodes didn’t have the component of dealing with world issues. I know that I’m a week lat but I’m working on reviews for episodes 1 and 2. By the way I’m launching a new site startreknews.weebly.com

At the International Astronautical Congress Elon Musk talked about hisInterplanetary Transport System codemaned BFR (Big Fucking Rocket), He said that they aim to be at mars by 2024 and have a robot ship to set up the infrastructure that is needed on mars. I’ll try to write a full article on this.

Reviews of the Essential Phone are out. The phone got really great reviews.

In the week ahead, Google is hosting an event where it’s specualted that Google will announce a new Pixel Phone and possablly a Pixel computer devicd and new Google Assistant intgrated devices.

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