This week’s episode covers a little bit of everything. From Nate’s ongoing cable vs streaming battle, to nostalgia for the Atari and Transformers. Surprise, surprise there was another breach this week, but we follow it up with a feel-good story to cleanse the palate. As always we have some tips and picks to help you tech better!
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Show Notes and Links:
- Xfinity vs Cord Cutting (00:45)
- Shopping on phones is surging this holiday season (03:40)
- Amazon’s Cyber Monday was the biggest shopping day in the company’s history (06:30)
- Apple says the iPhone XR has been its top-selling iPhone since launch (07:40)
- Apple Music is coming to Amazon Echo speakers (08:30)
- Dave’s Pro Tip of the Week: Reminder Apple’s $29 battery replacement ends 12/31 iPhone SE – iPhone X (13:40)
- NBCUniversal taps machine learning to tie ads to relevant moments on TV (18:00)
- Nielsen: Americans are streaming 8 billion hours of content per month on connected TVs (19:35)
- Pew Pew: Teens’ social media habits and experiences (20:30)
- Atari CEO Interview – How Rollercoaster Tycoon revival saved the company (23:15)
- Drive Savers claims 100% success on accessing consumer iOS devices (25:55)
- Security: Marriot hacking exposes data of up to 500 million guests (29:30)
- Not Sad Story: The Good Life: What a difference an iPad can make (31:30)
- Bonus Odd Take: With an ingestible pill, you can track fart development in real time on your phone (32:45)
- Picks of the Week:
- Leave an iTunes Review and be featured on the Podcast – mypodcastreviews.com – Eliot on episode 58 (39:55)
- Random Amazon purchase (41:55)
- Support Notnerd on Patreon and get cool stuff
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