Thu, 22 January 2015
This week: why Apple Watch will win the wrist war; we snap a pic with Patrick Stewart and he’s NOT amused; the good and bad of a Lucas-free Star Wars 7; Microsoft’s new Hololens look incredible; and we reveal some of our favorite apps and gear on an all-new Under Review.
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This weeks story links
How George Lucas Star Wars 7 Ideas Were Used By Disney
Steve Jobs rolls over in his grave: the iPad Pro could have a stylus
Goodbye Glass This is your last chance to get your hands on Google’s head up display
Apple Watch wins the wrist war before it starts
Also, watch these
The Knowledge Navigator is Apple’s computer of the future
Famous pals Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan do great impressions… of each other!
Hear why Martin Sexton is an American treasure
And here’s Erfon with a wax Patrick Steward
Our Under Review Picks
Buster - Near Lock for iOS and Mac unlocks your Mac when your iPhone is near. Free
Erfon - The Marantz HD-DAC1 headphone amp pairs beautifully with your iOS and Mac and delivers superb audio quality. $800
Alex - AllCast for iOS let’s you AirPlay your iPhone content to the Chromecast, Xbox, Roku, Amazon Fire stick—just about anything. Free or $5 to lose the ads and watermark