We ring in the New Year with our first new show of 2014! This week we discuss a new Pebble watch, cloud gaming on Sony Playstation, T-Mobile wants to pay you to switch, Facebook is dead to teens, are digital music downloads already obsolete?…the legacy of the SnowdenNSA leaks, and a cube that balances on its edge.
We’ve come a long way from the use of the game boy printer, in both the gaming world and the printing industry. These days there is now talk of 3d printing of cases for console systems, when only a decade ago everyone was worried about how to get printing devices small enough for travel-printing.
Fortunately we’ve now moved forward into an age of wireless devices and connections which does make network connections possible and easier when it comes to even game consoles that don’t always have browser options. But what about the cases when handling older printers or just not possessing a wireless capability. Is there a way of hooking up to the internet with your game console? Or even the possibility of printing things straight from your game console? After all, most people aren’t even aware they can print directly from things like their Playstation 3’s hard drive. Continue reading →
This week, Devindra and Andy are joined by former regular co-host (and current TechMeme editor) Lidija Davis as we discuss Groupon’s IPO launch, Google claims Apple’s Siri is a ‘competitive threat’, Disney & YouTube team up, Barnes & Noble’s new Nook Tablet, Steve Jobs’ lost interview, Google + opens up for businesses, Consumer Reports recommends the iPhone 4S, Adobe ceases mobile Flash development, and we look at the Verge.
This week, we’ve been watching Misfits & Doctor Who, and playing Minecraft, Glitch, and Gears of War 3.
Then we discuss: Google Wallet’s launch, Google+ opens its beta to all, Google develops a Flipboard clone, Sony sneaks a ‘Binding Individual Arbitration’ clause into its new PSN user agreement, Apple prepares to launch the iPhone 5 under new CEO Tim Cook, and HP considers Meg Whitman to replace CEO Léo Apotheker.
Later we discuss Netflix’s decision to split the company into two separate divisions (with a new name for its DVD-by-mail service). Then we talk about Facebook’s new News Feed changes.