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This weeks podcast will focus on Leap Motion’s new input device, Google’s release of Chromecast and of course the usual gaming industry thoughts along w/some of my personal thoughts on wearable pc technology.
I’ve included my Youtube demo video of the Leapmotion controller in action using BetterTouchTool for some gestures on my mac mini under my podcast (embedded below)
Today’s podcast will chat about Microsoft’s post E3 reversal of policy on DRM and checkins, the PS4 and how it can win this console war and some random mobile babble regarding iOS7 and Android and finally props to Fenix Intl and their ReadySet Solar Charging Kit.
Tomorrow begins gaming’s biggest event of the year, the E3 2013 expo. This year marks the begining of the next gen again. In 2006 it was the overly priced PS3 vs the XBOX 360 vs the blue ocean killer Wii; this time it seems to be more of a 2 console race even more. However the next gen of gaming may have large implications to us gamers as consumers and our rights on our games.
Today’s podcast is a longtime gamers thoughts on the next gen systems and also a warning to the console makers and publishers.
Bottom line: there is no you without us.
PS. Btw, this is my first ever podcast type post so I apologize if its a bit awkward.
Holy crap, it’s been WAY too long since I’ve last posted. Yes, this blog is still alive but barely. My work life has been a little crazy and in turn has limited my geek hours. Anywho, today I’ll be recapping a few key announcements that have much larger implications in the overall scope of computing/technology and also do a quick summary of the tech i’m rocking these days.
Well, it has once again become a crazy busy summer and now is almost fall. I apologize again for the lack of updates. Today’s post will center around the beast that is the iPhone 5 and an emerging communication protocol: NFC (near field communication). I won’t be analyzing all of the rumored features of the iPhone 5 (that will be unveiled tomorrow) but concentrating on one feature and how its inclusion/exclusion could affect it and its adoption.
Google officially announced its latest update to the Android mobile operating system at it’s ‘best’ I/O ever last month. Jellybean, aka Android 4.1.x, builds upon the Halo theme gui that Ice Cream Sandwich introduced and keeps with a consistent theme throughout the OS. Several key new feature have been included in Jellybean including Google Now and a much improved notification system w/actions.
Today’s post will finally have some pretty geek photos and thoughts on Google’s Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich. This last month I broke down and got a Samsung Galaxy Nexus via Google’s Play Store. Its unlocked and works on both AT&T and T-Mobile USA 3G and is of course a pure vanilla Android experience. I’ll chat about the overal ICS experience and also my quick thoughts thus far on my Galaxy Nexus (hint: i love it!).
Well, if you’ve been reading my blog or twitter tweets, you’ll probably notice my latest obsession with NFC (near field communication). I finally received my first batch of NFC tags/stickers from www.tagstand.com and wanted to just showcase a quick demo of using a NFC tag with NFC Task Launcher to check in to foursquare with a tag.