(Credit: Kathryn Yu) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Microsoft pens playful doctor's note for Xbox One gamers. - Xbox One just as sleek (on the inside) as PlayStation 4. - This stealth company nestled against (inside?) Google is building flying cars. Show More Summary
It's a tale of two phones this week, along with their respective OSes, of course. Your host Brad Molen is joined by TechnoBuffalo's Jon Rettinger to dig deep into Nokia's 1520 and the Windows Phone OS. There's also an in-depth look at...Show More Summary
Daniel Jalkut, Ryan Nielsen, and John Siracusa join Guy and Rene to talk about OS X Mavericks and the future of the Mac, starting with free updates and file systems. (Part 1 of 2.) type="audio/mpeg"> Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe inShow More Summary
On this week's podcast: Is the Xbox One worth it as a media center? And why is Apple building a big solar farm in North Carolina?
Rene, Peter, Richard, and Ally talk App Store video trailers, iOS 7.1 beta, taking Mavericks back to iOS, iPad Air vs. iPad mini, and more! Subscribe via iTunes: Audio | Video Subscribe via RSS: Audio | Video Download directly: Audio | Video Show notes Pending. Show More Summary
(Credit: Tumblr) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Xbox One Kinect Sensor is now so powerful that it can see your penis. - Say goodbye to Winamp as AOL shuts down the media player. - Look at all the weird stuff Blockbuster stores are selling on Craigslist. Show More Summary
Dan Counsell and Nik Fletcher of Realmac join Seth and Rene to talk about Rapid Weaver, Clear, Ember, and making software for iOS and Mac. type="audio/mpeg"> Subscribe via iTunes Subscribe via RSS Download Directly Show notes Clear Ember...Show More Summary
On this week's Structure Show we talk about Platform as a Service which depending, on who you believe, is a dying breed or a boom town.
This week, me and Chris Velazco talk about using the Moto G for a prolonged period, Motorola trying to attract more Moto X shoppers with no-money-down deals, and Google going after shopper activity with a physical card for its digital wallet. Show More Summary
It's HD time again and your hosts Ben Drawbaugh and Richard Lawler are here to give you the weekly rundown. It won't include the Buccaneers vs. Lions results though; that happens this Sunday, with both Ben and Richard looking forward to their respective local team taking the win. Show More Summary
(Credit: Jeff Bakalar) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - CNET's Xbox One review: The game console that would rule your living room (but shouldn't quite yet). - Interactive Dylan video takes surreal roll through TV land. - Keep your phone from getting stolen (and what to do if it is). Show More Summary
After rumors of a lower-cost touchscreen Chromebook, Amazon France outed it: Look for Acer to bring touch to its C720 line. We also discuss some new experimental Chrome features and recommend a useful new extension on this week's audio podcast.
(Credit: Tumblr) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Scene from Mrs. Doubtfire helps 7 year old save her mom's life. - Crowdfunding political murder with Bitcoins on "The Assasination Market". - This gadget reaches inside your brain to help you lucid dream. Show More Summary
Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac talks to Rene about the unusual nature of the Retina iPad mini launch, the role of rumor sites, and where Apple might be going next. Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe in RSS Download Directly Follow on Twitter Show...Show More Summary
This week's episode features two connected devices that at first glance seem frivolous, but could change our scientific knowledge about our bodies and those of our pets'.
(Credit: Imgur) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Facebook fesses up: Young teens are getting bored. - This is why we love San Francisco: BATKID. - PS4 'Blue Light of Death' error reported, but sells 1m in a day. Episode 1,386 Listen Now: Download Today's Podcast Subscribe: iTunes (HD) | ... Show More Summary
Just in time for the release of the Xbox One, we talk with one of its industrial designers about the challenges of creating a modern media machine.
Now that Google has introduced Portable Native Client, developers can use traditional programming languages to create apps that run on the Chrome platform regardless of the chip inside the device: x86, ARM or MIPS.
Cycle Computing CEO Jason Stowe dives deep into the economic and innovative benefits of running massive scientific workloads in the cloud. When researchers aren't constrained by the systems the can afford, they can ask bigger questions and get better results.
With the PS4 hitting store shelves today (Or last night if you're particularly hardcore) we dedicated a good portion to the start of our podcast discussing our plans for next generation consoles. Jared is in "wait and see" mode, I'm waffling on a Xbox One, and Mike Meade apparently is happy with his Nintendo 64.