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IFA Part 2 From Berlin, Germany... Into Tomorrow!

Dave and the Team bring you the latest from IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Don't forget our Ask Dave Hotline is open 24/7! Call us ... toll-free 1-800-899-INTO (4686) ... with any consumer electronics question, opinion, help another listener or tell us what your favorite app is and why. You can also participate via our FREE "Into Tomorrow" App (iOS/Android/Intel AppUp).

Guests include:

  • Jens Heithecker, Executive Director – IFA
  • Christian Deilmann, CEO – Tadoº
  • David Thornley, Head of Sales – Yezz
  • Brian Hosler, Product Manager – Cobra
  • Olaf Meng, Sr. Product Manager – Garmin
  • Paul Semenza, CEO – DisplaySearch
  • Paul Gray, Director of European Reasearch – DisplaySearch
  • Kannyn MacRae, VP of Product Management & Marketing – TYLT
  • Marieke van Wichen, Manager, Reputation Communications – Philips
  • Frank Platte, Head of Marketing – MXM
  • Michael Perry, PR Manager – DJI
  • Alain Molinie, President & CEO – Awox
  • Dr. Claudia Haepp, Senior Project Manager, Home Connect – B/S/H Group
  • Michael Por, Product Operations – Lenovo
  • Warren Wang, CEO – PhotoFast
  • Arno de Ruyter, Head of Marketing & Sales – Innergie
  • Jordan Yoder, Product Development Manager – SMS Audio
  • Richard Barnes, Editor in Chief – IFA International
  • Dirk Koslowski, Senior Executive Manager – IFA

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  • Consumer Reports Feature
  • IFA Weekly Update – A consumer electronics trade show in Berlin, Germany that is rich in its own tech history.
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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Amazon rolls out Kindle Voyage e-reader
Amazon on Wednesday introduced the Kindle Voyage e-reader with a high-resolution screen, an "adaptive front light" and new PagePress page-turning technology. The version with advertising is priced at $199, while the ad-free, 3G version is $289. The company also debuted a number of other models in the Kindle line, including the updated Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 tablet, which now boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and is priced at $379. More -- GigaOm

Revenge of the Phablet: What iPhone 6 Plus Mania Says About Smartphones
Pre-orders for Apple's new iPhones are off and running, and there's already a clear winner: the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus sold out well ahead of the "standard" model, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6. The big screen is officially the big hit, but why are so many people opting for phablets in spite of their usability trade-offs? More -- Pete Pachal, Mashable


How Digital Technology Saves Real Lives
Everyone talks about digital health in the abstract but the proof is in the pudding. Here are 5 ways real people have benefitted from the real advancements in digital health. More -- Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times



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This Week's Tech News, Part 2

Losses spur Sony to cut mobile workforce by 15%
Sony will reduce its mobile staff by 15% and fail to pay a dividend for the first time since it went public in 1958 as its struggling mobile division sparked the electronics giant to predict greater losses this quarter. CEO Kazuo Hirai said the red ink would force Sony to pull back on plans to expand its mobile division, although it will still be one of Sony's three core units. More -- Reuters

How a "Minecraft" deal could boost Microsoft's platform strategy
Microsoft could boost its Windows Phone and Xbox products if its rumored $2.5 billion acquisition of Mojang, the Swedish developer of the "Minecraft" game, comes to fruition. "If you look at iOS, 'Minecraft' has been a top-grossing game for quite some time, if Microsoft could on Windows phones give players a unique and compelling experience that you can't get on the other platforms, that could be a driver to sell devices to existing 'Minecraft' fans," Tap Lab CEO Dave Bisceglia said. More -- Reuters


Google seeks to use radio frequencies for drone tests
Google has applied with the Federal Communications Commission to use two frequency bands to test drones made by subsidiary Titan Aerospace. Google spokeswoman Kelly Mason declined to elaborate beyond what is revealed in the FCC filing. More -- CITEworld


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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

Report: Apple may unveil new iPads next month
Apple will reportedly introduce the next line of iPads in the middle of October against a backdrop of consecutive quarters of flagging sales for the tablet as consumers increasingly turn to large-screen smartphones, Bloomberg says. Apple will reportedly update its 9.7-inch edition and the iPad Mini, as well as bring a larger 12.9-inch model to market early next year. More -- Bloomberg

Researchers are particular about charging batteries
Researchers at the Stanford Institute for Materials and Energy Sciences, using the particle accelerator at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, discovered that batteries charge particle by particle, or in small groups of particles, an insight that could lead to faster charging and longer lives for lithium-ion batteries. "For the last 10 or 20 years, we've always been told to charge as slowly as possible, to trickle charge, so that heat is reduced in the battery and it lasts longer," says William Chueh, a senior author of the paper on this experiment. "What we found in this paper is, that's not entirely correct." More -- Computerworld/IDG News Service

ARM-based 64-bit chips proliferate to printers, other products
Applied Micro Circuits plans to introduce the Helix line of 64-bit processors, based on ARM Holdings designs, for appliances and embedded devices used in data centers and offices. This spread of 64-bit ARM processors from servers to multifunction printers, data storage products and networking equipment is being carried out by a number of chip companies, including Cavium and Advanced Micro Devices, Agam Shah writes. More -- Computerworld/IDG News Service


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Tech Tip of The Week

Tech out some special dates …
We all know when the major holidays occur but sometimes forget the exact date or the smaller ones in between. That's where the Internet comes in handy with various sites to help. If you have students in the house you can check their local school's website for their school calendar which should list all the major holidays. Sites like Time and Date, Calendar 365 and Calendar Labs provide calendars that show major holidays as well as giving some information on them and links to print your own. If you're looking for specific holidays, like Government holidays, check out the US OPM, Federal Reserve or Redcort. There are plenty of religious holiday calendars available for many religions including Hebal for Jewish Holidays, Interfaith calendar for Christian Holidays and every other religion you could search for. Some holidays are just fun days that have become a tradition of celebrating like National Cheeseburger Day or World Smile Day. Holiday Insights, Emotions Cards, and Days of the Year are some great sites listing these fun days along with what they mean. We hope all of our friends enjoy their special and fun holidays! Be sure to visit us "Into Tomorrow" where every day is a Tech Holiday!

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