DTNS 2402 – Bill Gates Wastes Nothing

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comNicole Lee joins the show to talk about the Best of CES– and some of the worst.


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Show Notes

Today’s guest:  Nicole Lee, senior editor Engadget

Check out Engadget’s Best of CES finalists written by Nicole Lee!


Intel had its keynote address at CES last night and Brian Krzanich showed off Curie, a tiny computer with an Intel Quark low-power chip and Bluetooth that can be used in rings, bracelets and even buttons. Reuters reports Curie is due later in 2015. Krzanich also announced the company is investing $300 million in math-related education and other programs to help employ more women and minorities in the technology and the video game industries. Krzanich also announced a goal to reach full representation of women and minorities in Intel’s workforce by 2020.

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