This Week in Tech and Science: November 18, 2015

Fossil buys Misfit, Spotify offers concert recommendations, Amazon delivers takeout and more.


Fossil buys Misfit, Spotify offers concert recommendations, Amazon delivers takeout and more.

On the Radar

The Latest in Tech and Science News

Gogo Gets Faster

In-flight wi-fi is amazing, but oftentimes not as quick as we demanding folk would like. Gogo has provided a look at how its 2Ku tech will hasten things dramatically starting next year.

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Fossil Nabs Misfit

As Fossil looks to evolve into a world suddenly obsessed with smartwatches, it has acquired Misfit for $260 million.

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Spotify Concerts

Spotify knows what you listen to, and it’s using that information to dish out personalized concert recommendations. Now, if only it’d nuke Ticketmaster and its audacious fees.

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Amazon Delivers Food

Challenging GrubHub and Seamless, Amazon is now delivering cuisine to those in Los Angeles, with plans to expand to all Prime Now markets in the US.

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Reviews and Guides

Advice from the Crew

Gear Patrol Goes Analog

Reading on the web is great, but there’s something about the touch of a physical magazine. Issue One of our foray into the printed sphere is on sale now. Read Print

Noteworthy Reads

Stories from Around the Web

On November 30, Beats Music will quietly fade into the background. In its place will be Apple Music, like it or not.

VR and AR won’t be a niche for much longer — Asus, of all companies, has now confirmed that it too will bring out a set of augmented-reality glasses in 2016.

Apple’s enormous iPad Pro went on sale this week. If you get one, be sure to avoid the baseline unit and its paltry 32G of storage.

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