Microsoft is reportedly removing the Charms Bar in the next update to Windows. Is Microsoft back on the right track? Sprint replaces Dan Hesse as CEO and also reportedly drops it’s bid to acquire T-Mobile. Is T-Mobile cursed? Justin.TV officially shuts down. Could other streaming services follow the same fate as Justin.TV? Google is said to be separating it’s photo service from G+. Will it attract new users who don’t wish to using Google Plus? And several web sites claim Apple will announce it’s next iPhone on September 9.
Apple announces Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite and iOS 8 at this year’s WWDC 2014 keynote. Andrew and John discuss Yosemite, iOS 8, along with Apple’s other announcements of HomeKit, and HealthKit. Is iOS 8 simply catching up to Android? Amazon plans a launch event for June 18. Will we finally see an Amazon phone? Verizon sends a cease and desist letter to Netflix over their new error message showing up to some users. Who’s to blame for the issues between Verizon and Netflix? And Sprint agrees to buy T-Mobile. Will they have better luck acquiring T-Mobile than AT&T?
Andrew and Paul discuss the upcoming Apple WWDC 2014 Keynote next week. Rumor has it that Apple may be announcing a larger iPhone, and focusing on home automation with iOS 8. How should Apple handle home automation? Andrew and Paul also address rumors of Apple developing ARM based hardware. Plus will Apple announce an acquisition of Beats Audio at WWDC?
A 2 year old vulnerability on the web affect more than half of the web is discovered. What is it and who is affected by the Heartbleed bug? A new rumor suggest Apple may sell two iWatch sizes. Is it pure speculation or is there any truth to the rumor? Microsoft announces Skype TX, a studio-grade version of Skype. Andrew Zarian fills us in on the demo he saw at NAB. BlackBerry announces it will not renew T-Mobiles license to sell BlackBerry devices. What happened between BlackBerry and T-Mobile? And Amazon launches Fire TV. How does it compare to Roku and Apple TV?
A new rumor suggests that the Windows 8.1 update might skip the Start screen by default. Is Microsoft listening to feedback once again? Lenovo buys Motorola’s handset business from Google. What will Lenovo do with Motorola? Amazon says it is considering a $40 price increase for Prime subscriptions. Would a 50% price increase make the service too costly for consumers? Microsoft is rumored to name Enterprise chief Satya Nadella as it’s new CEO. Is Nadella a good choice for CEO of Microsoft? Also TigerDirect will begin accepting Bitcoin payments, and Apple may be consider two iPhones with larger screen sizes.
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