Tech News and Commentary
In this hour Dave and the Into Tomorrow team discuss why Samsung is not allowed to copy iPhone features, disappointment with Outlook for Android, Mark tells us about World of Warships, Rod da Silva, Founder, CEO and Concerned Internet Parent at WebCurfew tells Dave about their solution to control kids access to the internet, Chris tells us about the different kinds of optical discs that developed and more, and the team discusses camera phones.
Listener Brad in Miami, FL is disappointed in Outlook for Android and wants to know what the Into Tomorrow team thinks.
Spud in California wants some information on camera phones.
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Tylt: Capio Universal car mount for smartphones
Sleepace: RestOn Smart Sleep Monitor
jaybird: X2 Bluetooth earbuds
SimpleMatters: Several ditto clip-on wearables that vibrates when your favorite people try to reach you. It’s the the world’s most discreet wearable notification device
Parallels: Activation codes for their Parallels Desktop Pro – allows you to run Windows on your Mac.
PowerIt: 12,000 Milliamp Hour Portable jump start and power supply kits