Here is a video guided tour of the Apple Watch. I really like the concept behind the watch, however this product isnt going to sell enough to really move the revenue needle for Apple. Im hoping this is going to be their first attempt at wearable products and then they starting bringing out some more exciting ideas.
Disclosure: I own Apple stock.
You can now download Gfinity SC Masters replay : http://www.speedyshare.com/vj5DQ/Gfinity-SCMasters.zip
Its great to see a Starcraft 2 tournament so quick to release all the games
It was great to see Ferrari back winning a race in Formula 1 today at the Malaysian Grand Prix. Over the past few years Formula 1 has become very predictable and boring. I really hope something changes and many teams can compete. Additionally, they need to bring back a lack of reliability in the cars and pitstops to get more excitement!
Over the past few years I have been on the Vodafone press list. Over that time they have been sending out all the information on big releases with some basic information about the phones and a photo. What I dont understand is why are they sending out these releases when they cant provide the writer with any access to any of the phones? I really only want to review a phone if I can get my hands on it and do a video review or a long written review with personalised photos.
Vodafone its a waste of time! Give out a lot more access to these phones! Its not like its going to cost you much.
Apple will buy Tesla for $75b in 18 months — it’s a lock (in my mind).
Very interesting claim!
(My thoughts: This is a very large amount of money. This would make a lot of sense if Apple used some of its overseas cash. However, it doesn’t make sense if they are already working on its own electric smart car.)
The Pono Music Player from Neil Young is not a bad idea. However, the product itself is going to fail!
High Definition audio and audio tools and products is the way the music industry is headed. However, I dont think Neil Young understands that with Technology that high definition is an incremental change over time and not a jump. The average person cant tell that the audio is high definition because they either dont have the ear for it, dont have the technology for it, or just simply dont care and not worth the crazy price tag.
Goodbye Pono! Nice idea, but probably 2-5 years too early!