Brian Klug of AnandTech returns to wrap up the Apple A7 talk and then dive into the new Google Nexus 5 and what the future holds for mobile chipsets, displays, cameras, and more. Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe in RSS Download Directly Follow on Twitter Show notes Pending. Show More Summary
Vector is our cross-platform analysis show focused on bringing you the biggest stories and best analysis in tech. Sadly, Phil Nickinson wasn't able to join us this week (soon!), but Brian Klug of AnandTech absolutely was and, after briefly...Show More Summary
At our OSCON conference this summer, Jon Bruner, Renee DiResta and I sat down with Alasdair Allen, a hardware hacker and O’Reilly author; Josh Marinacci, a researcher with Nokia; and Tony Santos, a user experience designer with Mozilla. Our discussion …
If you missed our mega-awesome Gigaom Roadmap design conference last week, fear not! We’re bringing you highlight from the general sessions, free-o-charge right here, every Monday. Let’s kick things off in style with a talk between Jeff Veen, VP of Products at Adobe and Erik Spiekermann, […]
We shared a user recommended app list on our weekly Chrome Show podcast that could come in handy if you use Chrome OS or even the Chrome browser. Plus, we take a deeper dive into new Chrome features for the Android beta client.
If there was a NoSQL storm brewing earlier this decade, Hummer Winblad's Mitchell Kertzman thinks it has all but died down. People thought NoSQL would blow up the SQL world, he said on this week's Structure Show, but it might just be a nice complement.
We dive right in talking about Blizzcon, although at the time of recording not a while lot had happened yet. We're hopefully for some super sweet iOS announcements, but, who knows. From there we hop into game discussion of both currently released and upcoming games before diving into the recent controversy over ads in video
Podcast MP3 URL: http://traffic.libsyn.com/androidcentral/acpc160.mp3 Thing 1: Still more on the Nexus 5 The Nexus 5 vs. the LG G2 The Nexus 5 speaker: Yes, there's only one — and software may be hurting what you hear [updated] Nexus...Show More Summary
Rene, Richard, and Ally review Apple's 2013 full-sized tablet, the iPad Air. Subscribe via iTunes: Audio | Video Subscribe via RSS: Audio | Video Download directly: Audio | Video Show notes Pending. Hosts Rene Ritchie of iMore Richard...Show More Summary
Big thanks to Connor for sending us this Lego DeLorean from Back To The Future for our new studio! (Credit: Cnet/The 404) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Russ Frushtick reviews Call of Duty: Ghosts. - People are cramming entire movies into GIFs now, and the results are mesmerizing. Show More Summary
Thanksgiving is around the corner, which means that the Holiday season is actually upon us. And you know what that means? Electronics makers are literally spewing gadgets at us in time for gift-giving season.
Dead or alive you’re podcasting about RoboCop! It’s another edition of 80s movies with Don Melton, joined by Matt Drance, Guy English, and Rene Ritchie. Yes, it's a bunch of Apple nerds talking all about the Paul Verhoeven classic, which, like the Matrix, has no sequels (but does have guns, guns, guns!). Show More Summary
On the podcast this week: Twitter's big piles of money, Microsoft's small pile of potential CEOs, and the surprising popularity of typefaces.
(Credit: Tumblr) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Blockbuster throws in the towel. - Blockbuster laughed at Netflix partnership offer. - Man attempts to sell an entire London record shop on eBay. - After much silence, Google fesses up to its connection to those barges in SF. Show More Summary
In this week's Structure Show, Mitchell Kertzman -- former Sybase CEO and current managing director at Hummer Winblad says there is a future for databases outside the Oracle price umbrella.
Google messed up Daniel Bader's Nexus 5 order, and that makes him sad. Truly, our guest from MobileSyrup and BetaKit deserves better than having half his hopes dashed by a UPS delivery man live on air. We've all ordered Nexus 5 smartphones like the Android suckers we are, and so we chat KitKat and what dreams may come.
TM: Kim Asendorf (Credit: Dust Magazine) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - How one of the best science fiction films of our time was almost completely destroyed. - How to rob a bank in the 21st century. - Meet 'Sweetie,' a virtual girl created to target child predators. Show More Summary
Chromebooks certainly have limitations, nobody would argue that. But suggesting that they're a "brick" without a network simply isn't accurate. We discuss this and some hints of a Tegra 4 Chromebook on this week's Chrome Show podcas...
David Barnard of Contrast, Matt Kelsh of Shifty Jelly, and Ged Maheux of the Iconfactory talk to Marc, Seth, and Rene about their experiences shipping iOS 7 apps. type="audio/mpeg"> Subscribe via iTunes Subscribe via RSS Download Directly...Show More Summary
The Internet has agreed that this is officially the scariest painting that's ever been sold on eBay. (Credit: Bill Stoneham) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - High Tech underwear keeps your farts from smelling. - Misguided Web site shames mistresses instead of philandering husbands. Show More Summary