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Fresh off of last night’s post, this comes up. Either Google Ads have gotten really good or something interesting is in store for CES. Then again, this might’ve been out for months and I’m just now seeing it. Regardless, that’s a lotta hardware and a lotta claims. I could warm up to the design, but it’s such an awful name I don’t want to type it.
→ What’s Next For Spotify? Powering Music Apps →
Devs, here’s what I want: Snag hour-by-hour tracks from here (or any other station) and port them directly into a Spotify playlist. A custom-built, professionally-curated music experience that’s always updating and perpetually fresh. Legal hurdles be damned.
☆ On Watches
Ask any of my friends or family and they’ll confirm I’m an unconsolable watch nerd. Between nine and ten, I amassed a handful of Swatches, and when we made a trek to Mexico when I was 11, I dropped a month’s allowance on a fake Rolex in Tijuana because every pre-teen should be rocking a Datejust. The Roller met an early - and predictable - demise and I begged and pleaded for a Casio Databank...
There’s no turning back,” says Guy Story, chief technology officer and chief...– → Telematics and the cloud: 4 keys to in-car offerings A solid breakdown of the opportunity and challenges facing content providers porting their wares into cars. The line about telematics and The Cloud is particularly important, but the one thing that’s lacking is discussion about modularity...
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…the car has to become more than just a car. It has to become an...– Disruptions: For Teenagers, a Car or a Smartphone?
→ All Aboard New York City’s Geek Train →
Pirate subway networks are cool.
Spec-based reviews of computers and gadgets are inherently flawed, a relic of an...– Can the same sentiment go for auto reviews? Depends on the car, but I think so.
→ Google's Lab of Wildest Dreams →
Even as an enthusiast, I can’t express how excited I am at the prospect of an autonomous vehicle.