Matthew Panzarino, co-editor of TechCrunch joins Rene to talk about why mobile is going wearable, how contextual information and sensors are evolving, and how Apple, Google, Samsung, and everyone else will try and sell them to us. Subscribe...Show More Summary
Should Comcast be allowed to buy Time Warner Cable? Does Sprint CEO Dan Hesse have what it takes to rebuild Sprint's network? Does Bitcoin need some adult supervision? Are we capable of writing sentences in anything but question for...
Rene and Peter talk about fake iPhone 6 picks, and when and how to cover them, our iPhone 6 wants, Apple TV 4 rumors and desires, TWC/Comcast, Flappy Bird requiem, and your questions answered! Subscribe in iTunes: Audio Subscribe inShow More Summary
Nobody should be allowed to have anything to do with advertising until he has read this book seven times. It changed the course of my life.~ David Ogilvy The moment I saw these words an immediate investigation began: who, what, where,...Show More Summary
On this week's Structure Show, Mike Olson talks about why Cloudera keeps a sharp eye on new consumer internet technology and we wonder about Rackspace's CEO planning now that Microsoft has finally settled down
(Credit: Mike Durkin) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Joke's on L.A.: Comedy Central behind Dumb Starbucks faux shop. - Steve Jobs time capsule dug up after 30 years: Here's the video. - Your brain on audio books: distracted, forgetful, and bored. Show More Summary
Did you delete Flappy Birds too soon? You can get it back right in your Chrome browser for agonizing fun at any time. On this week's podcast we also review the latest new features in Chrome OS and review pricing details for the Chromebase.
Hooray! The first podcast of the year where all three of us are actually on (and we ran slightly longer). BSidesSF and RSA are rapidly approaching, so Martin, Rich, and Zach are preparing in various capacities — from talk preparation, to scheduling meetings, to preparing their livers (namely because that’s about the only way to […]
(Credit: wellfedmuse.blogspot.com) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Check out The Sleep Doctor's new app, Good Night. - Follow Dr. Michael Breus on Twitter! - Check out The Insomnia Blog and get the newsletter! Episode 1,424 Listen Now: Download Today's Podcast Subscribe: iTunes (HD) | iTunes (SD) | iTunes (HQ) | ... Show More Summary
Watches, garages and data privacy are all topics of discussion in this weeks podcast featuring The Pebble Steel, a connected garage door opener and Sam Ramji of Apigee discussing business models for the internet of things.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Bye-bye Flappy Bird -- popular game grounded by its creator. - NYPD gets onboard with Google Glass. Relax everyone, it's just a test. - How to hack a 3D printer into a surprisingly skilled air hockey robot. Show More Summary
The week in cloud: Rackspace loosens up on open source; Ford's data guy talks data; and other news in cloud.
Don't look at Google's Chromecast as a $35 piece of hardware. With the new SDK, Chromecast isn't just a media extender; it's a platform that developers can use for second screen apps. On this week's podcast we discuss the possibilit...
Data means a lot to Ford, informing everything from product design to business intelligence. In this interview from the Structure Show podcast, Ford's top data scientist talks all about how Ford approaches everything from deploying Hadoop to hiring the right people.
Damn it. There's nothing better than recording an entire podcast and realizing you're recording on the wrong microphone. Seriously, nothing. Anyway, my audio this week is a little on the crazy side. It's not unlistenable, it's just weird. On the up side, it makes the other two musketeers, Jared and Mike, sound really good in
Podcast MP3 URL: http://traffic.libsyn.com/androidcentral/acpc170.mp3 Thing 1: Devices, devices everywhere Sony Xperia Z1 Compact versus Z1 HTC One, one year on LG G Flex (AT&T) review Red Nexus 5 unboxing and hands-on Pebble Steel retail...Show More Summary
It's a very special episode of The Gigaom Show, as Microsoft doesn't change CEOs very often. We also tackle connected cars and mysterious slowdowns in your online video streaming services.
Bubkes. That’s what happens when you write a great headline, get scores of people to open your post, but then bore them with a lame opening. They leave, and you accomplished nothing … except making them less likely to ever believe one of your headlines is worth clicking on ever again. Show More Summary
Ben Thompson of Stratechery joins Rene to talk about Microsoft’s new CEO, Satya Nadella and the challenges he faces making money in mobile, why Motorola was so important to Lenovo, what it means for Samsung and Apple, and why good products aren't enough. Show More Summary
David Barnard of Contrast joins Rene and Peter to talk about bringing Launch Center Pro to iPad, whether in-app purchases are ruining apps, ratings requests, Paper fights, and the rage-of-mouth of Flappy Bird. Subscribe in iTunes: Audio...Show More Summary