Monthly Archives: May 2016

If Action Cams Are Over, What’s Next?

GoPro, the inventor of and leading seller of action cams, recently announced what it called a “deep loss” for its first quarter 2016. It was GoPro’s second straight quarterly drop after several years of storybook hockey stick ascent to top … Continue reading

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Tape recording was introduced 70 years ago today

It was 2 am on a spring night in 1944 — May 14, to be exact. And thanks to the good fortune of suffering from insomnia, a curious observation by John T. “Jack” Mullin led to the introduction of tape recording and, … Continue reading

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Is This The Best Wi-Fi Router Ever?

Another Huffington Post post on a new Wi-Fi router called Portal that I can’t wait to try out, which you can read here.

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HP Wants To Re-Invent PCs With New Back-to-School Pavilion Line

Hey, look – actual non-CES news coverage! A recap of HP’s new 2016 back-to-school PC lineup for TWICE.

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8K TV is Around the Corner—No Kidding

At the IFA Global Press Conference (GPC) in Hong Kong, held in conjunction with the inaugural IFA-organized CE China confab, we were told that 1.4m 8K Super Hi-Vision (SHV) TVs would ship in 2019, with another 2.1m in 2020. Wait. … Continue reading

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