Who said no one wants to watch game play?

Fallow your passion!

That’s a surprise. The deal with Google read nearly like a done deal. It’s a great pick up for Amazon and it also seems like a good fit for Twitch too. It’s a huge loss for Google. I wonder if they will home-grow more Twitch like features into YouTube since one of their largest segments of the community are gamers.

The edge to edge display looks really futuristic and I’m even more impress they were able to bring this to market at such a low price point. Since he whole top-half is screen, where’s the the earphone? Are all calls on speaker?

Who’s going to use this? The mom and pop stores that Amazon is trying to kill?

Looks better than the S5, but I’m still not sold on the dimpled back design. I think it looks ugly.

I book through OpenTable when I can because it’s just easier than having to call an human being. Paying through their app provides similar connivence to settling the check. I don’t have to ask and wait for the waiter to give me my bill and I don’t have to part with my credit card which makes the whole process more efficient and maybe a little safer. If they add the ability to split the check, I would use this on the regular.

He was an Apple geek and a very creative individual. It always made me happy to watch his live shows. I regret I never got the chance to meet him personally, but every one tells me he was generous and humble. Rest in peace Robin Williams.

Amazon wants to force publishers to sell their goods at unsustainable prices. Just because they want to lose money, doesn’t mean everyone else does too.

Limited to one phone at the moment, but it’s a step in the right direction.

The check-in is dead. It’s all about discovery. The new app centers around their personal recommendation engine and it’s really well done.

Samsung is getting squeezed on the low-end and finding it really hard to compete with Apple on the high-end. Maybe it’s not the greatest strategy to create everything.

I installed it on my iPad and the app is really polished. It’s also pretty nifty how they bypassed Apple’s App Store.

Interestingly iPads sales were down 9% while Mac sales are up 13% year over year.