Next week we will be treated to another Apple announcement. We assume it is new iPads. Chaim thought we will spend the show discussing the minutia details of the ipad, but it turned into Chaim being told that nobody cares.
The industry trade show we love to hate is back, as are the giant televisions and bizarre fitness gadgets we’ve come to expect. Your trusty co-hosts take a look at some of the more interesting products at this year’s CES and whether any of them will ever see the light of day.
We’re guessing no.
Engadget’s CES 2013 Highlights | Engadget
HapiFork | ABC News
Westinghouse 110-inch TV | Engadget
4K Resolution | Wikipedia
Vuzix Smart Glasses
Pebble Smartwatch Hands-On | Engadget
Hands-On With the Imminently-Shipping Pebble Smart Watch | Daring Fireball
Ouya Gaming System
Steam Box | IGN
Lenovo 27-inch tablet | Cult of Mac
“Nexus 4, Nexus 7 32GB HSPA+, and Nexus 10 All Land On Google Play” | Droid Life
“Google Boasts 700K Apps In Google Play, Nearly Matching Apple’s iTunes Offering” | Droid Life
“Slow lane: why Google’s new Nexus 4 doesn’t have LTE” | The Verge
“iPhone 4S review” | The Verge
“Microsoft Surface: It just works… or not” | The Loop
Webcast: Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface Launch Events | Microsoft
The Microtropolis | Microsoft
We’ve all played a little Xbox, but how many of you ever got your hands on a Zune, or a Kin? Microsoft’s getting back into the hardware game with the Surface tablet and on episode 63 of inThirty we get into, about, and under the soon to be released device. We talk pricing, features, make predictions on future market share, and add to the overall confusion about the two different versions of Windows, RT and 8, that’ll run on this new entrant to the tablet market.
Episode 63 Hangout: http://youtu.be/6pxvOYZyAJg?t=5m22s
Microsoft Surface Pricing Goes Toe-to-Toe with Apple iPad | Slashdot
Surface with Windows RT | Microsoft
“Surface RT: Pricing details, spec updates...” | PCWorld
“Microsoft fails to explain Windows 8 vs. Windows RT…” | The Verge
On the Recent Microsoft Surface Announcements | Curious Rat
You know what students need more of? Time spent staring at a screen!
Apple’s recently announced their push into digital textbooks with iBooks 2.0 and Chaim and Harry have it out over whether students should trade their old, moldy geography books (which still split Germany into East and West) for shiny new iPads (which also play Angry Birds).