4: I Don't Know What's Mobile about Furniture

This week A.J. and Mikah give their predictions for the upcoming Apple event, and further discuss the Apple Watch. A.J. gives a rundown of interesting tech coming out of Mobile World Congress, and the two give an update on the FCC's net neutrality ruling.

Integrate Topics

A.J.: Logitech Keys-To-Go, Fracture

Mikah: A+ Signature

This episode of Integrate is not sponsored by Virtual Real Estate.

Music provided by Eino Toivanen, kongano.com.

Follow Integrate on Twitter, and subscribe/rate/review the show on iTunes and Stitcher.

Links and Show Notes

Apple event

Rumored 12-inch MacBook Air

Here's The New York Times article Mikah references.

Here's a Seeking Alpha writer telling us the iPad will flop.

LG Watch Urbane, Huawei Watch

A writer for Fast Company says the Apple Watch will flop:

Few analysts or writers will outright say it, but I will: the Apple Watch is going to flop. And I bet a lot of other people are thinking the same thing for many good reasons.

Statista gives a rundown of iPhone sales since 2007.

Pebble Time Kickstarter

Tim Cook says there will be a "ton" of Apple Watch announcements. 

At first we thought there'd be at least 10 health sensors in the Apple Watch. 

Launch Center Pro

Apple said to have invited more than 100 developers to Cupertino to work on Apple Watch apps.

Alfred Remote

The episode where A.J. gets angry at Mikah for buying an Apple TV

The rumored iPad Pro everyone's talking about.

How to enable Hey Siri, courtesy of Apple Insider.

Here's the Bluetooth car remote Mikah's eyeing.

Mobile World Congress

See all the MWC products A.J.'s talking about at The Telegraph's MWC 2015: most innovative new gadgets and apps.

LifeProof is owned by Otterbox, who knew?!

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge looks a lot like an iPhone.

The IKEA furniture that has A.J. and Mikah throwing money

Why you don't go to IKEA with someone you love

The FCC votes "yes" for Net Neutrality. 

The Verge's Is Netflix's commitment to net neutrality a lie?

Netflix announced yesterday that it would be coming to Australia and New Zealand on March 24th, and within the first 200 words, the company abandoned its principled stand on net neutrality.

Wired's The FCC’s Net Neutrality Victory is Anything But