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Carl Icahn predicts Apple domination in TVs, cars
Investor Carl Icahn is forecasting a future in which Apple will "dominate" in the TV and automobile industries, with the iPhone at "the epicenter of this mega-ecosystem." The billionaire investor shared his predictions in an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook about the company's "dramatically undervalued" shares. (5/18)

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Microsoft aims to fend off Windows 10 fragmentation

Windows 10 updates will be sent directly to "all Windows 10 devices, including phones," Microsoft says. The new operating system rolls out this fall, but ZDNet reports that rolling out Windows 10 on all compatible devices may take carriers several months. PCWorld (5/16), ZDNet (5/15), Electronista (5/18)

Samsung Flow lets users continue activities between screens

Samsung Flow, the company's answer to Apple's Continuity feature, is available on the Google Play Store in a beta version. The feature, available on select Galaxy devices, lets users leave an activity on one device and pick it back up in the same place on another approved device. (5/19)

Panasonic's Lumix G7 can lift high-res pics from 4K video

Panasonic's Lumix G7 mirrorless camera is compatible with more than 24 compact lenses, connects to Wi-Fi, shoots 4K video and can lift high-res still images straight from the 4K video it takes. TWICE (5/18)

Spotify signs music partnership with Starbucks
Spotify is partnering with Starbucks to stream music at the company's 7,000 U.S. stores, and it will also give free subscriptions to 150,000 Starbucks employees and offer incentives to customers. Also, the My Starbucks Rewards loyalty program will be opened up to Spotify subscribers. Fast Company online (5/18), The New York Times (tiered subscription model) (5/18)

Onkyo delivers home theater A/V receiver
Onkyo's TX-NR838 A/V receiver offers a 5.2.2 surround sound system with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, audio streaming and six HDMI inputs, with two HDMI outputs for display sharing. The 34-pound receiver retails for $800. Digital Trends (5/9)

Amazon's future drones may get "Bring It to Me" feature
Details in Amazon's patent application for product-delivering drones suggest a customer could order an item and have it delivered to wherever he or she is according to GPS coordinates, rather than having the item flown to an address. Gizmag (5/10)

Apple and Samsung's Cold War seems to be thawing
Apple and Samsung Electronics are collaborating on an increasing number of projects and are putting their differences behind them in some areas, including patents -- a development that could save the companies money and put pressure on chipmaking competitors, writes Ian King. Bloomberg (5/1)

Tesla's new battery helps solar-powered homes get off the grid
Electric car manufacturer Tesla revealed a new battery for the home that can store power from solar panels at night, be used in case of a power outage and transition solar-powered homes to be completely off the grid. "The goal is complete transformation of the entire energy infrastructure of the world, to completely sustainable zero carbon," says the company's founder, Elon Musk. The Japan Times/AFP-JIJI/The Associated Press (5/1), Reuters (5/1)

"Life shrinks or expands according to one's courage."
-- Anais Nin,


IHS: Wireless power receivers to reach 2B units in 2024

Wireless charging receivers that enable mobile devices to power up without plugging in are set to hit 120 million shipments this year, and 2 billion by 2024, IHS says. The revenue predicted to be generated by the receivers is on track to grow to $15 billion a year by 2024. CNET (3/31), ZDNet (3/31)

"Hello Barbie" will interact with kids over Wi-Fi
Mattel has partnered with ToyTalk to create a Wi-Fi-connected Barbie Doll, dubbed "Hello Barbie," that will be able to talk with children for "hours and hours," said ToyTalk CEO Oren Jacob. The Barbie is expected to be available this fall, although the technology has raised privacy concerns among some. The New York Times (tiered subscription model) (3/28)

How gesture tech could help defeat mobile-phone malware
A technique that uses a mobile phone's ambient sensors to learn its user's gestures to initiate phone calls is being studied to thwart malware that may dial premium-rate phone numbers without the owner's knowledge. The new technology, developed by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, does not rely on the signature-based approach, which is common in many anti-virus software programs. Computerworld/IDG News Service (3/27)

You are surrounded by hundreds of people more timid than you are."
-- Fred Barton,

Amazon is on the hunt for a better robot
Amazon will hold a contest in May for 30 teams, which will compete to prove that their robot prototypes would be the best fit for the online retailer's fulfillment centers. The winning team will get a $25,000 prize and the possibility of Amazon developing its design and using its robots at facilities around the world. Digital Trends (3/26)

Report: Revenue from fitness trackers to double
More people are using connected health devices such as fitness trackers, which are poised to see global revenue rise from $2 billion last year to $5.4 billion by 2019, says Parks Associates. Marketers should note that these users tend to differ from other consumer electronics users, said Parks' Harry Wang. "[D]ifferent consumer segments have varying motivations for adopting health solutions," he notes. HIT Consultant (3/27)

How Google's mobile woes may make the FTC's non-action a moot issue
The rise of advertising-derived revenues in mobile applications, largely at the expense of Google's traditional Web-based search engine, has made the Federal Trade Commission's decision not to sue Google in 2012 on anti-trust grounds irrelevant, analysis of the FTC's non-action states. The writers assert that Google is being pressured by its failure to respond effectively to changing market conditions. Bloomberg (3/26), The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (3/26)

How to make chips resilient to cyberattacks
There are ways that semiconductors could be shielded against attempts to hack them for criminal purposes, says Wally Rhines, CEO of Mentor Graphics. "Today design tools verify that a chip does what it is designed to do; in [the] future we will have the tools to verify that a chip does not do what it shouldn't," he says. Electronics Weekly (U.K.) (3/25)

Bose debuts new sound system in 2016 Cadillac CT6

Bose will offer the first of its "Advanced Technology Series" sound systems in the 2016 Cadillac CT6, which is set to hit the show floor this year. The new system is intended to bring a "balanced, 360-degree sound field" to every passenger in the vehicle, and it includes two "ultranearfield" speakers sunk into each of the front-seat headrests. TWICE (3/26)

How patent licensing could delay 4K

HEVC Advance announced a new plan to license patents related to video compression technology used by 4K Ultra HD video. The news could drive up prices and delay 4K video on its way to the consumer market, says Jan Ozer, Streaming Learning Center consultant and video technology author. CNET (3/26)

Facebook enhances Messenger, makes bid for smart home

Facebook will allow developers to make their applications work within its Messenger service, which will effectively convert Messenger into a full-fledged platform with a trove of apps already integrated. Facebook also made a bid for the smart-home market, unveiling a service through its Parse development platform aimed at helping developers build apps for appliances and other devices. Reuters (3/25), International Business Times (3/25), The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (3/25)

Evolution of TV image quality picking up pace
Strides in 4K, 8K, HDR and beyond are happening at a pace causing "some consumer fatigue," says Andy Quested, head of technology for HD and UHDTV initiatives at the BBC. As television sets improve, so do cameras, and Quested predicts set-top boxes may one day be able to "match the content to consumers' televisions," Robert Archer writes. (3/25)

Panasonic eyes acquisitions with $8.4B budget
Panasonic has set aside $8.4 billion intended for mergers and acquisitions over the next four years, specifically to build up its automotive and home appliance businesses, the company confirmed. Panasonic is aiming for a 25% year-over-year increase in operating profit in its next fiscal year. Reuters (3/26)

"Never interrupt someone doing something you said couldn't be done."
-- Amelia Earhart,

HBO, Sony and Showtime look to take online TV to separate cable lane
HBO, Sony and Showtime are in talks with broadband companies about putting their television streaming services on a separate cable lane as a "managed service" that would allow the companies to bypass the increasingly crowded public Internet, sources say. Some media companies and industry professionals argue that such a partnership would be outside the bounds of new Net neutrality rules. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (3/19)

Tesla CEO says driverless car tech is easy to attain
Autonomous vehicles will be safer than humans and the technology is not hard to attain, Tesla's Elon Musk says. "I view it as a solved problem. We know exactly what to do, and we will be there in a few years," he says. Automotive News (free content) (3/17), The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (3/17)

"Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better."
-- Samuel Beckett,

Mobile-first mentality is a must for e-retailers
E-retailers must focus on mobile strategies in order to reach consumers where they are, says Soren Mills, chief marketing officer of Newegg North America. In 2014, Newegg saw mobile sales jump 54%, and 24% of its traffic originated on mobile devices. Internet Retailer (3/17)

"People won't have time for you if you are always angry or complaining."
-- Stephen Hawking,
theoretical physicist

Biometric security may nix the need for passwords
Biometric security is pushing its way into tech devices with fingerprint and iris scanners, among other things, which may nix the need for passwords. But BehavioSec's Neil Costigan argues that to protect against criminals, there should be "a layered approach" to security. ReadWrite (3/17)

"The vitality of a new movement in art must be gauged by the fury it arouses."
-- Logan Pearsall Smith,

Report: Apple readies a 25-channel TV service
Apple is working with select broadcasters, including ABC, CBS and Fox, to bring a roundup of about 25 channels to its TV streaming service, which the company aims to launch in September, sources say. The "slimmed-down bundle" will likely cost between $30 and $40 per month, and it likely will not include NBCUniversal channels, due to a falling out between the companies, people close to the deal say. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (3/16), TechCrunch (3/17)

Leichtman: HDTVs have taken root in most U.S. homes
The past five years have seen a surge in the number of U.S. households with high-definition televisions, Leichtman Research Group says. The group's report says that more than 80% of U.S. homes have at least one HDTV and that nearly two-thirds of all televisions being used in U.S. households are high-definition. Advanced Television (free registration) (3/16)

Intel's chip for wearables is button-sized
Intel is preparing to release its Intel Curie chip on a button-sized board complete with sensors, expansion ports and wireless circuitry, to give users a plug-and-play option when designing new connected devices, according to corporate vice president and general manager at Intel’s New Devices Group, Mike Bell. Curie will also be offered in a "multi-chip package" without the board extras, aimed to fit in small spaces and power wearables. PCWorld/IDG News Service (3/16)

You cannot shake hands with a clenched fist."
-- Indira Gandhi,
prime minister of India

Connected-home devices face mass-market hurdles
Connected-home devices often still lack the installation and maintenance ease required to reach a large part of the consumer market, says Quirky CEO Ben Kaufman, who asserts that the Internet of Things must become easier to use and more secure, and that the IoT must prove that the data it collects is worth the trouble of replacing traditional devices, or else connected devices may stay primarily in tech-savvy homes. TechCrunch (3/15)

"A person will sometimes devote all his life to the development of one part of his body -- the wishbone."
-- Robert Frost,

PayPal to boost payment presence with Paydiant buy
PayPal will acquire mobile-wallet provider Paydiant, a deal that comes with high-profile customers such as Subway and a retail consortium that includes Target, Wal-Mart and Sears. The deal is expected to close before the end of March, in advance of eBay's planned spinoff of PayPal this year. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (3/2)

"The better is the enemy of the good."
-- Voltaire,
writer, philosopher and historian

IKEA creates furniture that doubles as a phone charger
IKEA will start selling a line of tables, desks and other pieces that can wirelessly charge mobile devices that are placed on them. The line, set to launch in Europe and North America next month, will use Qi wireless charging technology. CNET (2/28)

Sprint's new phone plan offered exclusively at Best Buy
Sprint is offering a two-year phone plan called the "Best Buy One Plan" exclusively at Best Buy stores. The plan includes "unlimited talk, text and data" and enables customers to lease a 16GB iPhone starting at $65 per month or an Android phone for $75 per month. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (2/27)

"If you can't say something good about someone, sit right here by me."
-- Alice Roosevelt Longworth,


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