Since Google first announced support for foldable screens in late 2018, they have been one of the most exciting things in tech. Smartphones, tablets, and laptops have been stuck in a continuous cycle of iterative upgrades each year. They've all plateaued and each year only brings marginally improved specs. There's
This week Warner announced their streaming service. It's called HBO Max. It'll feature content from WB, DC, New Line, CNN, the CW, Cartoon Network, and a whole lot more. In previous posts, I've talked about Warner as a potential successful competitor in the field and this announcement definitely shows their
Facebook officially announced its new cryptocurrency, Libra today, and it actually sounds potentially useful. There were rumours that they were building something cryptocurrency related for several years now and I was always sceptical about it due to Facebook itself. Facebook's reputation is clearly shattered, at least to people with a
Today Apple announced a new "Sign in with Apple" service that developers can add to their apps and websites. It's a great alternative to Google & Facebook sign in and comes with several privacy features that I hope the others adopt. Competition is always good. Then someone noticed that Apple quietly
Google announced their game streaming platform, Stadia, today and it feels like a look at the future. Game streaming has been touted as the future of video games for several years now and there are already existing services but Google's feels different. There are several unique advantages Google has here.
I've been watching videos and reading articles about all the new phones being announced at Mobile World Congress this week. I've noticed many of the companies who've been struggling to compete with Apple & Samsung are now taking wild swings to differentiate their phones. Most of their ideas seem unlikely to
How does society change when there aren't enough jobs for anyone? This video [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UW5ktbit2s0] got me thinking about the implications of automation. Pretty soon jobs that employ thousands and probably millions will be done by algorithms and machines instead. For most of human history,
With the announcement that Disney will be pulling all their content from Netflix [https://www.theverge.com/2017/8/8/16115254/disney-launching-streaming-service-ending-netflix-deal] and building their own streaming service, it seems like the dream of one streaming service to rule them all is dead. The future of streaming looks a lot