This week, Jon and Breki manage to talk about Microsoft, Apple, Sony and Amazon – all in the space of an hour!
Show notes and links:
- Ray tracing (graphics) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- ZMODEM – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- FidoNet – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Satya Nadella – Microsoft’s CEO
- Read Satya Nadella’s first letter to employees as Microsoft’s CEO | The Verge
- John W. Thompson – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Journalists at Sochi are live-tweeting their hilarious and gross hotel experiences
- NBC: All Visitors to Sochi Olympics Immediately Hacked | The Weekly Standard
- Sochi’s dogs are being ‘taken into custody’ â but then what?
- BBC Sport – Sochi 2014: Jamaica bobsleigh team lose luggage & miss training
- Apple sued by University of Wisconsin over A7 chip at heart of iPhone, iPad
- Planetside 2 News – 32-Bit Is Dead In Gaming Claims SOE President John Smedley
- Hydraulic fracturing – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Water fluoridation controversy – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Fracking is depleting water supplies in America’s driest areas, report shows | Environment | theguardian.com
- Home Theater Systems: Shop and review speakers, projectors and receivers
– Sony US
- Amazon Acquires Video Gaming Studio Double Helix Games | TechCrunch
- Double Helix Games is an independent game studio with a history that stretches back almost 20 years.