• Adam Doud

Real Graphene makes batteries from the future!



Graphene is a miracle product that was supposed to change the world. We never got that far, but graphene is making major updates to our batteries that could be very exciting very soon. Sam Gong from Real Graphene is here to talk about how his company is making progress in this area. Plus Amazon had a major hardware announcement this week including a redesigned Echo, speakers that help your children read, a swivelling smart screen and a drone that flies around your house keeping an eye on things.

Amazon's 2020 Hardware Event: Everything Announced


Amazon Announces New Spherical Echo Smart Speakers


Amazon Ring flying security camera drone announced


Amazon Introduces Luna, a New Video Game Streaming Service



Preorder the new Echo


Gangster capitalism and the American theft of Chinese innovation

China is surpassing the US in many technological categories and just what the hell?


The Child 75318 | Star Wars™ | Buy online at the Official LEGO® Shop US

Baby Yoda legos! Baby. Yoda. Legos.


Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition 5G Ultra Wideband has finally dethroned Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch for all-time worst phone name

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition is a stripped down version of the S20.


Lenovo begins selling OEM Ubuntu PCs to the general public

Lenovo is now shipping Ubuntu-installed laptops to the general public.


Tesla introduces its tabless battery design on the road to 10 terawatt hours of production

Tesla's battery day happened this week, but there weren't any batteries there.


Tesla's full self-driving Autopilot beta coming in 'a month or so'

Full self-driving….beta. Good luck Tesla owners!

Microsoft's $7.5B purchase of Bethesda's parent ZeniMax bolsters Xbox Games Pass

Microsoft bought Bethesda Gameworks bringing the number of in-house game developers in Microsoft to 23.


Quibi Explores Strategic Options Including Possible Sale - WSJ

Quibi still hasn't figured out how to make money.


Leading App Developers Form The Coalition for App Fairness to Promote Competition and Protect Innovation on Digital Platforms

Epic Games and others formed a coalition to promote "fairness" for app developers vs. Apple and Google.


Internet: Old TV caused village broadband outages for 18 months

An old, old, old TV in a town in England caused the entire town to lose internet connectivity.

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