Episode 119: A Voice First CES and How Quantum Computers May Crash Bitcoin

Episode 119

This week after a brief holiday break, the three co-hosts, Brian, Mike and Faisal are back on the air. Brian discusses the main stage emergence of voice at the CES where a wide variety of vendors showcased the importance of voice activated products and how it will eventually morph into voice commerce.

Also in the show, we discuss how the evolution of quantum computers may crash bitcoin (amongst other things like secure communication, SSL certificates, etc.) Lastly, we discuss how Pebble which had the most successful kickstarter campaign ever, went out of business and what this means for Apple watch.

Otter Labs -> Otter helps startups hire talented inexpensive developers faster through staff augmentation, focusing on Argentina.

Redeeem -> Redeeem is a decentralized peer-to-peer exchange that lets you save 15% or more on gift cards using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.


Mike Townsend

Brian Roemmele

Faisal Khan

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