Episode 060 "Zombie’s Can’t Charge Matrix PowerWatches!"
We’ve got a lot of TV & Movie news this week, from Ant-Man and the Wasp getting a new trailer, basic cable dropping bombs and Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead theories again. Plus, the Matrix returns...as a sweet PowerWatch and so much more! Grab your spoons because the Soup is served. ----more---- Smartphone Mario Nintendo is bringing Mario Kart to smartphones and calling it Mario Kart Tour. Set to be released anywhere between April of 2018 and March of 2019, let the waiting begin. The Commodore C64 MiniWe had talked about this addition to the retro gaming rush way back on Episode 041 and it now has a price and release date. Apple working on a “budget” model phone With a decent 6.1” screen size and using LCD instead of OLED, dropping some features such as 3D touch and going back to a standard battery, it seems they are looking to put up a more budget friendly option for iPhone users. Matrix PowerWatch Interesting new tech in the world of smartwatches and wearables. The PowerWatch by Matrix uses your body heat as power, no charging needed. Episode 051-Organic Material Generates Elecricity Conversation Basic cable bucking trendsLast week, two of the larger basic cable networks in SyFy and USA have decided to finally allow dropping F-Bombs in their shows. Breaking Bad a Walking Dead Prequel Apparently this is a pretty big theory going around the internet and based on some recent articles, it’s a pretty convincing conspiracy theory! Ant-Man and the Wasp The first official trailer was released and all we can say is it just looks FUN! New Bill Mandates Replaceable Batteries in Consumer Electronics A right-to-repair bill that outright bans the sale of electronics not designed to be easily user-repairable. Jeff Morris, the representative who introduced the bill, notes that it was written before Apple’s battery fiasco came to light (in separate news, Apple is now facing an SEC and DOJ investigation into its disclosure practices around its battery issues). GEEK OFF - Wake up to find you now live in the world of Skynet and Terminators or The Walking Dead? Spotify Starts Testing A Separate Music Station App Spotify, the popular streaming music service that has over 70 million paying subscribers and 140 million active users, is now testing an app on Android called Stations as first noticed by app analytics service Sensor Tower. The Stations app allows Spotify users to pick from a number of curated and personalized music stations. And it can be accessed by any Spotify user for free as it is supported by ads. Weekly Garnish: Dream Theater Meets MarioCheck out this awesome musical display in this YouTube video, Super Mario Bros. Theme feat. John Petrucci | FamilyJules Subscribe on iTunes Listen on Google Play Music Listen on TuneIn Subscribe on Stitcher Be sure to subscribe to us on iTunes and leave a review, lets us know what you think. You can reach us at the digitalSoup podcast website, Facebook or on Twitter @thedigitalsoup. We are also on Instagram so follow us for extra bonus material and show highlights! Have a follow up thought to anything we discussed or have an idea on what we should talk about in a future episode then drop us a message on Twitter or our Facebook page or better yet record the message on your computer or phone and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will play it on the air. Thanks for listening!! What the guys are doing outside the podcast: Jason - http://www.youtube.com/GameGuru email@example.com Adam - https://twitter.com/StarfieldEscape firstname.lastname@example.org Dave - http://www.davidszweduik.com/ email@example.com more
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