As we mentioned last week, things were going to be a little weird with this week's episode of the podcast. Jared and I actually recorded this in our hotel room. The audio quality isn't great, but we figured you guys needed something in your podcast feeds. We chat about our favorite games of the week,
Phil takes a well-deserved day off, but the rest of the gang is here to talk about all the great Android goodies that should soon be hitting the shelves. Join us as we talk Galaxy S5, HTC One, and more smartwatches than you can shake a stick at. Show More Summary
3D printers have come a long way... (Credit: Tumblr) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - That story of the marooned woman on a Hawaiian island getting saved thanks to Google Earth is totally fake. - Chordify makes it easy to cover any song by transcribing sheet music from YouTube and Soundcloud links. Show More Summary
Rene and Peter talk about Macworld|iWorld 2014, the return of the iPad 4, the 8G iPhone 5c, Android Wear and iWatch, iOS 8, Mac interface, and more! Subscribe in iTunes: Audio Subscribe in RSS: Audio Download directly: Audio Show notes...Show More Summary
Has a singer ever been more seductive than Marvin Gaye? Especially when crooning his classic, “Let’s Get It On”? We often think about seduction in this sense: as being sexual, sometimes even manipulative. And sometimes it is. But that is not the type of seduction featured on today’s episode of The Lede … though Marvin [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary
Live Mas (Credit: Tumblr) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Cloak app helps you dodge awkward run-ins with frenemies. - Taco Bell taps techies with burner phones to market new breakfast menu. - Robots are creeping their way into newsrooms. - A new gadget designed to sanitize your public transportation trip. -. Episode 1,449 Listen Now: Download Today's Podcast
Don, Matt, Guy, and Rene skin Tombstone and see what happens. That’s right, we’re throwing down on Wyatt and the Earp brothers, Doc Holiday and the Cowboys, the shoot out at the O.K Corral, and the vendetta that followed. Ad hoc is our...Show More Summary
I caught up with John Dickson and Dan Cornell from the Denim Group to talk about creating secure coding environments within companies, the importance of having trainers who are themselves coders and, of course, a little bit about spying. Which turned into a lot of bit about spying. I should have asked them where the name ‘Denim […]
If threatened, we move into action. At one time your ancient ancestor jumped because an animal was about to eat him. Today, that motivation can be just as strong for someone with arachnophobia seeing a spider. Great copywriting compels action, so it’s no surprise fear is used in marketing. Show More Summary
The Structure Show: Superstar engineer Mark Lucovsky, who started out writing low-level and then moved up the stack to services and cloud, talks about why he's now building apps on someone else's cloud..
(Credit: Jill Schlesinger) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Jill's appearance on CBS News: Is WhatsApp really worth 19 billion? - Financial Spring cleaning: what to keep, what to shred. - Enter our Gamespot PS4 giveaway! - Follow Aunt Jill on Twitter and check out her radio show, Jill on Money. Show More Summary
Miguel de Icaza of GNOME and Xamarin fame joins Guy and Rene to talk about Mono, the.NET compatible open source project that lets you build iOS and Android apps and games in C#. type="audio/mpeg"> Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe in RSS...Show More Summary
The case of the pre-ordered Asus Chromebox takes a plot twist as nobody seems to be getting their device. We discuss the issue on this week's podcast, and talk about how Google Now is unifying Android devices with Chrome while the Chromecast goes international.
Google has announced Android Wear — it's software platform for wearables — and along with it we saw a couple new smartwatches announced, the Moto 360 and the LG G Watch. So Phil from Android Central, Adam from SmartwatchFans.com, CrackBerry Kevin and Mobile Nations Design Director David Lundblad got together to hash it all out. Show More Summary
Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Seven people around the world collectively possess a set of keys that can dismantle the Web. - Turn your Instagram pics into real photos with the Lifeprint. - Skirmos system levels up laser tag with open source Arduino micro-computer. Show More Summary
I spent a few minutes with the CEO of Utimaco, Malte Pollman at RSAC this year. Malte explains why Hardware Security Modules are important to the web of trust of the Internet, why lawful interception is a not in conflict with that web of trust. As with all my interviews at RSAC, I asked Malte how […]
Would you like to get more customers for your brick-and-mortar business? That’s a rhetorical question. If you have a brick-and-mortar business, of course you want more customers. Running a business is hard work. You might have a steady flow of loyal existing customers, but we always need to make sure we have a stream of new people. Show More Summary
Max Shron and Jake Porway spoke with me a few weeks ago about frameworks for making reasoned arguments with data. Max’s recent O’Reilly book, Thinking with Data, outlines the crucial process of developing good questions and creating a plan to answer …
I love cooking, and I love connected devices, so this week I chat with the CEO of The Orange Chef Co. about bringing the internet of things into the kitchen.
Dave Wiskus of Vesper and Unprofessional joins Rene to talk about the important of design in technology and culture, strong opinions loosely held, handling criticism, providing support, and figuring out tough problems. Subscribe in iTunes...Show More Summary