Jan Tißler

Tech journalist from Germany living in San Francisco.

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Jan Tißler

3 hours ago

Review: Sonos One pairs hi-fi audio with Alexa for voice-controlled music and more

9to5mac.com

Jan Tißler

3 hours ago

Han Solo film, called Solo, has wrapped up production

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

3 hours ago

The War To Sell You A Mattress Is An Internet Nightmare

fastcompany.com

Jan Tißler

1 day ago

Sehr lang, sehr interessant.

What Are the Secrets of the German Economy — and Should We Steal Them?

freakonomics.com

Jan Tißler

5 days ago

Pierre Omidyar

washingtonpost.com

Jan Tißler

5 days ago

Gastbeitrag So profitieren Startups von der Arbeit eines Beirats

deutsche-startups.de

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5 days ago

Nothing is easy

ryanwaggoner.com

Jan Tißler

5 days ago

Das klingt faszinierend und perfekt für jemanden wie mich. Der Verkaufspreis ist allerdings noch offen.

Oculus Santa Cruz hands-on: The greatest trick the VR devil ever pulled [Updated]

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

6 days ago

“Advertising-driven content is very problematic. We have no plans whatsoever to even supplement with advertising.”

Medium now lets anyone publish behind its paywall

techcrunch.com

Jan Tißler

6 days ago

Zuckerberg announces $199 Oculus Go as “sweet spot” standalone VR headset

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

6 days ago

Ten burning questions about Apple’s forthcoming video service

sixcolors.com

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6 days ago

Oculus Announces Oculus Go: Untethered VR For $199 USD

anandtech.com

Jan Tißler

15 days ago

We’re not on the Enterprise anymore—but where are we?

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

18 days ago

Apple Music's Long Game: Why Jimmy Iovine Thinks They're 'Not Even Close' to Success With Streaming

billboard.com

Jan Tißler

18 days ago

Why Apple is probably working on a heads-up display

macworld.com

Jan Tißler

18 days ago

Beware: Your Home Security Cam Is Watching You

scientificamerican.com

Jan Tißler

18 days ago

Ars Technica über Elon Musks neuen Marsplan

Musk revises his Mars ambitions, and they seem a little bit more real

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

19 days ago

So not only is the Series 3 Watch more powerful than the original iPhone but it is also poetically capable of the same tentpole jobs. But it’s not just a miniature iPhone. It has a new, completely orthogonal attack on non-consumption and market creation: fitness and health. This is a key point.

A small-screen iPod, an Internet Communicator and a Phone

asymco.com

Jan Tißler

21 days ago

'Star Trek : Discovery' Producer Explains Those First Two Episodes

ew.com

Jan Tißler

26 days ago

Having cellular on my Apple Watch for the last few days has started to slowly break my iPhone addiction in a good way. This is something people suspected the original Apple Watch would do, but the lack of cellular connectivity before now limited that effect.

Review: Apple Watch Series 3 unlocks new potential with LTE, dramatically improved Siri

9to5mac.com

Jan Tißler

26 days ago

Viele interessante Details zu den neuen und verbesserten Funktionen in iOS 11.

iOS is still locked down and limited compared to macOS or Windows, but these days it’s not completely impossible to imagine using an iPad or even an iPhone for serious photo and video editing or Web and app development. Between continuous hardware improvements and software advancements, you can see the line between here and there.

iOS 11, thoroughly reviewed

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

28 days ago

iOS 11: The Pixel Envy Review

pxlnv.com

Jan Tißler

28 days ago

What Total Destruction of North Korea Means

theatlantic.com

Jan Tißler

30 days ago

Interview: Apple’s Craig Federighi answers some burning questions about Face ID

techcrunch.com

Jan Tißler

31 days ago

Jason Isaacs Talks Discovery, Genre Roles & More

startrek.com

Jan Tißler

31 days ago

Photos: What it was like to attend Apple’s iPhone X event — its first at the Steve Jobs Theater

recode.net

Jan Tißler

31 days ago

Thoughts and Observations on the Products Announced at This Week’s iPhone X Introductory Event

daringfireball.net

Jan Tißler

33 days ago

Comment: The best features of the Apple Watch will be the ones we hope you’ll never use

9to5mac.com

Jan Tißler

33 days ago

Comment: The best features of the Apple Watch will be the ones we hope you’ll never use

9to5mac.com

Jan Tißler

33 days ago

Futurama returns as a one-time-only radio drama with full voice cast

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

35 days ago

The trick when using automation for social media is to find the right balance that allows you to be more efficient with how you use your time while also being able to be active and authentic with your audience.

Social Media Automation – How To Be Balanced & Not Look Like a Robot

bulk.ly

Jan Tißler

39 days ago

The mysterious Voynich manuscript has finally been decoded [UPDATED]

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

40 days ago

The Greatest Generation Shows There’s No Shame in Loving Star Trek . . . or a Star Trek Podcast

twincitiesgeek.com

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40 days ago

HomeKitty is a crowdsourced HomeKit shopping guide for Siri controlled accessories

9to5mac.com

Jan Tißler

42 days ago

Are smartphones making us all dumber? Not really, says this article.

Your Brain is Your Phone

howwegettonext.com

Jan Tißler

42 days ago

Wer wirklich (wirklich!) wissen will, was sich mit Android 8.0 Oreo ändert...

Android 8.0 Oreo, thoroughly reviewed

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

42 days ago

Pixelmator Pro coming this fall with new single window UI, advanced painting engine, non-destructive editing and more

9to5mac.com

Jan Tißler

42 days ago

‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Designers Reveal Look and Colors Will Evolve To Be More Like TOS

trekmovie.com

Jan Tißler

45 days ago

The case for the 10.5-inch iPad Pro

sixcolors.com

Jan Tißler

48 days ago

Fifteen repeating extragalactic signals deepen the mystery of fast radio bursts

newatlas.com

Jan Tißler

48 days ago

This is probably the worst US flood storm ever, and I’ll never be the same

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

49 days ago

Spanish Photographer Behind Inescapable-Infidelity Meme Speaks Out: ‘We Are Not Worried About the Meme Situation’

nymag.com

Jan Tißler

50 days ago

Mind the Clap

500ish.com

Jan Tißler

54 days ago

Why Buddhism is true

vox.com

Jan Tißler

56 days ago

So, you’re not seeing the eclipse today …

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

62 days ago

First, you ignore many other gender differences, basing your argument only on a few that you think support your conclusion. Second, you’re ignoring everything else that could explain the gender gap. Third, the gender differences you cite differ between countries and over time. Fourth, they don’t even support your argument, because you don’t seem to understand what makes a great software engineer. Fifth, you clearly don’t understand our company, and so fail to understand what we are trying to do when we hire. And sixth, even if you are right that more men than women are well-suited to the job of software engineer at Google, you are wrong that taking steps to recruit more women is inherently unfair to men.

The e-mail Larry Page should have written to James Damore

economist.com

Jan Tißler

74 days ago

HomeKit now has far more potential in the long run than any of its competitors.

Apple has proven me wrong about HomeKit

theverge.com

Jan Tißler

74 days ago

10 Things We Learned About Discovery

startrek.com

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78 days ago

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Kitchen sponges are festering germ dens—and sanitizing them doesn’t help

arstechnica.com

Jan Tißler

78 days ago

All the things the Internet hates about the Tesla Model 3 have me excited

arstechnica.com

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