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Mosaic puts charging, storage and streaming in your pocket

photo: Powerstick

Mosaic, a small, white, pocket-sized device features a 7000mAh battery, a USB 3.0 Type-C port (it ships with a USB 3.0 cable), built-in Wi-Fi and flash memory storage capacities ranging from 16 GB to 256 GB. […] To stream content from Mosaic to other smartphones and tablets, you’ll need to set up an ad-hoc Wifi connection. You sign into Mosaic’s built-in Wifi network (it can also be used as a Wifi range extender) and then launch the Mosaic iOS or Android app. This gives you access to the Mosaic’s folder structure and whatever media and content you’ve stored within. Mosaic can supposedly stream to seven devices at once (same or different content) and from distances of up to 30 ft. away. If you attach another storage device to Mosaic, you can also access its contents through the Mosaic app. – Lance Ulanoff, Mashable

Tim Cook: TV is Stuck Back in the 70s

In a conversation with TV host Charlie Rose, which will air tonight on PBS, Cook said “TV is [a category] we continue to have great interest in.” He then explained how our current television watching experience is still stuck in the 1970s. “Think about how much your life has changed and how all the things around you have changed,” said Cook, adding that walking back into your living room to watch TV is like “rewinding the clock.” He also called the interface terrible and bemoaned the fact that we might miss a show if we don’t record it. However, when Rose asked Cook if Apple would fix this, Cook sidestepped and pointed to the no-longer-a-hobby Apple TV, reminding Rose that they’ve added content and “it’s an area we continue to look at.” – Lance Ulanoff,Mashable
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