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Dave and the team are continuing Into Tomorrow's 20th year on the air from Las Vegas, NV. 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).

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  • Liz Halash, Product Development Engineer, Connected Services – Ford
  • Jon Long, Field Marketing Representative – Skechers
  • Derek Flower, Product Manager – Fujitsu
  • Christopher Coppola, CEO – Plaster City Productions
  • Frode Hernes, Vice President of Product for TV & Devices – Opera
  • Dipul Patel, Co-Founder & CEO – Ecovent
  • Georgi Lazarov, Marketing Communications Manager – Antelope Audio
  • Andreas Vural, President & Founder – Happy Plugs
  • Mike Nash, Vice President of Product Management – HP
  • Paul Meyhoefer, Vice President of Marketing & Product Planning – JK Imaging
  • Anna Jen, Head of new ventures & sensing tech North America – Epson
  • Rick Booth, Vice President of Marketing – Tiffen
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  • Tim Rader, Director of Product Development – ADT
  • Kevin Sather, Director of Product Marketing – Razer
  • Jeff Joseph, Senior Vice President of Communications and Strategic Relationships – CEA

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  • Into Gaming Feature with Mark Lautenschlager
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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

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These are 90 of the greatest extensions you can and should add to your Google browser. More -- Eric Griffith, PCMag.com



Online video market expected to hit $56B by 2019
Subscription video services including Netflix, Hulu, and Vudu continue to lead the growing online video market. But short-form video platforms such as YouTube and Dailymotion are also increasing revenues and are expected to account for $13 billion of the total $56 billion the online video market is projected to reach by 2019, per ABI Research. More -- Advanced Television (free registration)


HMMM... "The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese."

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

Google ends Glass program but points ahead
Google is winding up its Glass experiment with consumers, saying the program helped explore the technology's possibilities. The company indicated it would be moving on to the next step but did not specify when a consumer version of Glass might be available. More -- ABC (Australia)


Toyota uses virtual reality to help reduce distracted driving
Toyota has launched a TeenDrive365 virtual reality initiative to help younger drivers understand the dangers of distracted driving by simulating real-world road conditions. Toyota uses Oculus Rift to power the simulations, allowing users to manipulate steering, gas and braking, and uses stereo headphones to add realistic sound distractions to help intensify the experience. More -- Engadget

Second person arrested in connection with Xbox, PlayStation attacks
The U.K.'s South East Regional Organised Crime Unit arrested an 18-year-old Southport man in connection with the distributed denial-of-service attacks aimed at Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox. A 22-year-old Londoner was previously arrested. Authorities wouldn't confirm if the second man was part of the Lizard Squad group, which said it was responsible for the attacks. More -- VentureBeat


HMMM... "I was embarrassed my laptop beat me at chess ... but I beat it at kick boxing."

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

Amazon wants to get into the movie business
Amazon says it's exploring options to produce up to a dozen movies a year. Amazon Original Movies hired Ted Hope, co-founder of Good Machine productions, to lead the initiative. Films would get a cinematic release with accelerated availability on Amazon Prime Instant Video. More -- ZDNet

Study: Content streamers watch more TV
People who use online platforms such as Netflix and YouTube to stream content are watching more TV than are average live TV viewers, shows a study conducted by E-Poll Market Research for the Consumer Electronics Association and NATPE/Content First. The same study found those streamers are generally more pleased with the content quality and are more likely to try out new shows and movies thanks to recommendation features. "Our joint study confirms that consumers are increasingly embracing streaming as a means of discovering and viewing TV programming," said Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of CEA. More -- The Hollywood Reporter

Patent filings reflect popularity of telematics, self-driving cars
General Motors and Hyundai Motor have spearheaded a sizable increase in global patent applications related to wireless communications and driving assistance systems, Thomson Reuters IP & Science indicates. Hyundai surged to third place in patent filings behind Toyota and Robert Bosch. More -- Reuters

HMMM... "Men can read smaller print than women can; women can hear better."

Tech Tip of The Week

Tech out your winter weather …
Sometimes you need to know if it’s a jacket or sweater day or what the weather will be like when you are taking a trip, by using your favorite tech all those questions can be answered. Weather.com has you covered with forecasts for any area as well as other great information including snow reports, severe weather alerts, travel forecasts, news, photos and lots more. You can customize your experience by setting favorite cities along with your home area and include detailed alerts via email or text message on severe weather warnings as well as downloading their app to check on the go. Weather Underground and  Intellicast are some good sites to visit that also include information on global travel, seasonal allergies and many other important details about your weather outlook. And both have a free app available.  The National Weather Service lists active alerts across the nation in addition to past weather, safety tips and everything else from fire to tsunami conditions. You can follow the same information that many media outlets count on by visiting Accuweather. Some favorite mobile apps include CNN which boasts nice pictures from the area you are looking into along with Yahoo! and if you are wanting to hit the slopes check out the REI Snow Report App for the latest conditions on resorts across the US. We hope all of our friends are staying warm and cozy during these winter months and while you’re stuck inside, be sure to visit us and download our FREE "Into Tomorrow" App.

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