EdTech Situation Room Episode 121

Welcome to episode 121 of the EdTech Situation Room from January 10, 2019, where technology news meets educational analysis. This week Jason Neiffer (@techsavvyteach) and Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) discussed the implications of Apple’s disappointing earnings projection for the first quarter of 2019, Baratunde Thurston’s Tech Manifesto addressing how we should protect data privacy, and the intense technological as well as economic struggles underway between the United States and China, specifically via the Chinese company Huawei. In addition, Jason highlighted a variety of technology announcements and developments from the 2019 Computer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Geeks of the week included Tiles and the MacOS program Amphetamine. Please follow us on Twitter @edtechSR for updates, and join us LIVE on Wednesday nights if you can (normally) at 10 pm Eastern / 9 pm Central / 8 pm Mountain / 7 pm Pacific or 3 am UTC. All shownotes are available on http://edtechSR.com/links.

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  6. Jason Neiffer (@techsavvyteach) – blog: blog.ncce.org
  7. Wes Fryer (@wfryer) – blog: speedofcreativity.org
  8. After Apple shock, Samsung issues Q4 guidance well below market expectations (9 to 5 Google; 8 January 2019)
  9. Apple’s Biggest Problem? My Mom (New York Times; 5 January 2019)
  10. CES 2019: Moore’s Law is dead says Nvidia’s CEO (CNet, 9 January 2018)
  11. Related: A New Tech Manifesto: Six demands, from a citizen to Big Tech (Baratunde Thurston, 4 June 2018)
  12. This Week in Tech: Best of 2018 (4 hours long)
  13. China, Huawei, and the Coming Technological Cold War (Council on Foreign Relations, 26 Dec 2018)
  14. This year’s laptops are going to look a lot like last year’s — that’s a good thing (The Verge; 9 January 2019)
  15. Google launches new search feature for easier long-term research (The Verge; 9 January 2019)
  16. Google Assistant goes big at CES 2019 (The Verge; 9 January 2019)
  17. Google Assistant is coming to Google Maps today (TechCrunch, 8 Jan 2019)
  18. Self-rolling suitcases and roll-up TVs: CES 2019’s craziest and coolest gadgets (Washington Post; 8 January 2019)
  19. Just a few weird tech products we saw at CES 2019 (Washington Post; January 2019)
  20. The world’s first foldable phone is charmingly awful (The Verge, 9 January 2019)
  21. Who was most likely to share fake news in 2016? Seniors. (Washington Post, 9 Jan 2019)
  22. Jason’s Geek of the Week: Tiles are awesome
  23. Wes’ Geek of the Week: Amphetamine for MacOS (updated replacement for Caffeine)

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