Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss: Pencil by Paper 53 Bluetooth stylus, Consumer Reports retracting its negative MacBook Pro review, 10 years since the iPhone was announced, Windows 10 Insider Build Preview build 15002 for PC, and what we want to see in 2017.
Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss Todd's Macbook WiFi woes, Amazon Echo as an IoT platform, new Samsung Chromebooks, and more
Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall review some of the top tech news stories of 2016.
Don Sorcinelli and Steven Hughes join me (Todd Ogasawara) for this podcast. In it, we discuss Fitbit buying Pepple, the delayed Apple AirPod, Apple and Fitbit customer service stories, Windows 10 x86 emulation on ARM computers, and the Pokemon Go Frappuccino at Starbucks.
Todd Ogasawara and Jay Stone discuss the recently (Fall 2016) introduction of Superman to the CWs Supergirl TV series.
Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss: (1) Netflix allowing some videos to download for offline viewing; (2) Fitbit's great customer support; (3) Microsoft's annual 12 Days of Deals; (4) Google Play Best of 2016; (5) Apple Air Pod still not available; (6) Apple Quicktime's 25th anniversary.
Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall are joined by guest Mike Temporale. They ask what's the big deal about the Microsoft Solitaire release for iOS and Android, discuss Apple's so-so Black Friday sale, tech gifts for the holiday season, ShapeWays, and more.
Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss technology with Dr. Kent "Kim" Bridges who has taken it to its maximum potential in botany, art, music, and everyday life in his decades long career.
Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss a new Google apps, the NES Classic that sold out in minutes on Amazon, and Jon's (new) Useless Information for This Week segment.
Todd Ogasawara, Jon Westfall, and Frank McPherson discuss things we're waiting for like Nougat, Chrome OS with Android apps production release, and Air Pods.
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